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  • You need current Indiana license, CoARC program graduation, pass N.B.R.C. exam within 13 months, ACLS/PALS/NRP certs, strong communication skills, customer service skills, and basic computer skills for this Respiratory Therapist position at IU Health.
  • You will evaluate and treat patients with cardiopulmonary disorders, collaborate with healthcare professionals, and have opportunities for career growth and development within IU Health.

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  • Graduating from a Respiratory Therapy program in December or May? If you’re looking for a rewarding and meaningful career upon graduation, apply to IU Health today!
  • We are currently accepting applications from upcoming RT graduates to join our Respiratory Care team. Once you apply, you can expect a call from a recruiter to discuss options that best fit your areas of interest. Being the largest healthcare provider in the state of Indiana, IU Health has a variety of opportunities available to fit your needs including:
  • Full time and part time
  • Day, evening, night, and weekend shifts
  • Locations across the state
  • Specialties ranging from adult to pediatrics to neonatal


  • Requires current license as a Respiratory Care Practitioner from the state of Indiana.
  • Requires graduation from a CoARC (Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care) and regionally accredited respiratory care program.
  • Requires that the N.B.R.C. (National Board for Respiratory Care) registry exam be passed within 13 months of hire date. The 13 month requirement for the RRT is void if hire date is one year past graduation date.
  • Requires Healthcare Provider Certification. Other advanced life support certifications may be required per unit/department specialty according to patient care policies.
  • Preferred ACLS; PALS; and/or NRP certification.
  • Requires strong customer service skills.
  • Requires effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Requires the ability to deal with confidential patient information.
  • Requires basic computer skills and ability to work with EMR.

Area of Responsibilities



  • Our Respiratory Therapists (RT) work closely with our patients to evaluate and treat patients with cardiopulmonary disorders ranging in modalities and demographics. We are also responsible for collaborating with various entities in the hospital setting including nurses, Advanced Respiratory Therapists, and Clinical Specialists to ensure total customer happiness and support.
  • Outside of working with groundbreaking technologies and therapies, our RTs get the opportunity to grow their medical knowledge and skills. They do this by working closely with patients and team members to build personalized therapies. Along with endless opportunities for continued advancement, our Respiratory teams also have a phenomenal promotional ladder within IU Health to continue their professional advancement.
  • IU Health also offers different opportunities for career and professional development for our staff that qualify for benefits. This includes continued education and certification opportunities and tuition reimbursement.


Work type

Full time

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