AMERICAN RESPIRATORY CARE FOUNDATION

aka ARCF   |   Irving, TX   |  http://www.arcfoundation.org/

Mission

The American Respiratory Care Foundation is dedicated to promoting respiratory health through the support of research, education, and patient-focused philanthropic activities in respiratory care.

Ruling year info

1970

Principal Officer

Mr. Thomas J Kallstrom MBA, RRT, FAARC

Main address

9425 N. MacArthur Blvd, Suite 100

Irving, TX 75063 USA

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Formerly known as

American Respiratory Therapy Foundation

EIN

23-7089524

NTEE code info

Professional Societies, Associations (G03)

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Our programs

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Your Lung Health

Your Lung Health is a public health education initiative that is featured on the American Respiratory Care Foundation's sister organization's website.  This organization is the American Association for Respiratory Care. 

For this program, legendary pulmonologist Thomas L.
Petty MD, FAARC donates his time to answer questions about pulmonary health
posted by its readers. To date, he has answered more than 3,400 questions.

Population(s) Served

This program has seen longevity and success. Presenting for the 46th
time March, 2010, the Journal Conference program brings together a panel of
experts on a specific topic to provide a comprehensive, scientific,
state-of-the-art review. These conferences provide continuing medical education to over
35,000 respiratory therapists. The published Journal conference papers are
the most valued of the American Respiratory Care Foundation's and the American Association for Respiratory Care's scientific
journal, RESPIRATORY CARE, as evidenced by its Internet traffic.  Additionally, many of the papers generated from prior conferences
have become core material for courses in respiratory therapy schools and have
been incorporated into the syllabi for hospital departments and medical
schools.

Population(s) Served

This program was created with a grant from the EPA, and offers continuing
medical education to respiratory therapists (RTs) regarding indoor air
quality.  The value of this education extends to patients of RTs and is
especially important for individuals with asthma because of their sensitivity
to allergens in the air.  RTs can use this information to educate both
patients they work with and community members.

Population(s) Served

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Financials

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AMERICAN RESPIRATORY CARE FOUNDATION

Board of directors
as of 11/02/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Mr Mike Amato

Monaghan Medical Corp/ Trudell Medical International Syracuse, New York


Board co-chair

Mr Neil MacIntyre

Duke University Medical Center Durham, North Carolina

Michael T Amato

Cheif Executive Officer, InspiRx

Neil MacIntyre

Medical Director of Respiratory Care Services and Professor of Pulmonary Medicine Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

Thomas J Kallstrom

Executive Direcotr/Chief Executive Officer AARC Irving, TX

Gary A Smith

Executive Direcotr NBRC/AMP Olathe, KS

Anthony L DeWitt

Partner, Bartimus, Frickleton Robertson & Goza, PC Jefferson City, MO

Patrick Dunne

Healthcare Productions Fullerton, CA

Sam P Giordano

Carrolton, TX

Rebecca A Mabry

San Ramon, CA

Timothy R Myers

Avon, OH

Steven B Nelson

Overland Park, KS

Bruce Rubin

Professor and Chair, Department of Pediatrics Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine Richmond, VA

James K Stoller

Chair, Education Institute Jean Wall Bennett Professor of Medicine Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, OH

Mark A Valentine

President, The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano The Heart Hospital Baylor Denton Plano, TX

Christianna Vance

Director of Marketing Teleflex Morrisville, NC

Tonya A Winders

CEO & President Allergy & Asthma Network Vienna, VA

Dale Eiserman

Vice President of International Sales, Critical Care Division, VIASYS Healthcare Palm Springs, CA

David J Pierson

Harborview Medical Center Seattle, WA