Professors

We want to talk with anyone who has questions about the profession of respiratory therapy, and you need not apply before asking either of us any questions you may have about the profession or the program.

Please email either one of us to schedule a one-on-one informational meeting.

Further information about the respiratory therapy profession can be obtained from the American Association for Respiratory Care, 972-243-2272 (www.aarc.org).

For a short video that describes the respiratory therapist profession go to the AARC website and choose Life and Breath video.

Further information about the accreditation of the respiratory therapy program may be obtained from the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care 1-800-874-5615 (www.coarc.com).

Meet Your Professor(s)

Kerry George, M. Ed., RRT

Kerry George, M. Ed., RRT

Ankeny Campus
515-964-6298

Kerry has been with the respiratory therapy program at DMACC since 1977. He has been actively involved with the respiratory care profession since 1973. He has served in many capacities in the state and national organizations for respiratory care profession, including President of the American Association for Respiratory Care in 1997 and of the National Board for Respiratory Care during 2012 and 2013.

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Amy Boeckmann, MPA, BS, RRT

Amy Boeckmann, MPA, BS, RRT

Ankeny Campus
515-964-6378

​Ms. Amy Boeckmann started assisting in the Respiratory Therapy program after graduating from the program in 2006. In January 2016, she became the Director of Clinical Education in the Respiratory Therapy Program at DMACC. Ms. Boeckmann states, “I enjoy enthusiastic and eager students ready to enter the respiratory care profession.”

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