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TCC Experts: Respiratory Therapy

Gary Cross
Expert: Gary Cross, Assistant Professor - Respiratory Therapy Program
Expertise: Asthma; Lung Disease; Respiratory Therapy; Health Care
Contact: To arrange an interview with Gary Cross, contact TCC News Team ~ ~ (757) 822-1078
Video: Video interview with Gary Cross
Still photo: Enlarged photo of Gary Cross
Gary Cross became the inaugural TCC Batten Fellow, announced in fall 2008, with a project to develop the first-ever commercial medical simulations for respiratory therapy, in partnership with Sentara Health. Using high fidelity medical simulation and the human patient simulator, Cross provides quality instruction and hands-on training for TCC’s respiratory therapy students. As program lead, he maintains a strong working knowledge of state regulations and accepted practices. Cross joined TCC in 1989 as a full-time faculty member, after graduating from the respiratory therapy program himself and practicing in the field for several years. Cross will soon complete a master’s in instructional technology from Virginia Tech.

Jennifer Ferguson
Expert: Jennifer Ferguson, M.S., R.R.T., Program Director - Respiratory Therapy
Expertise: Asthma; Heart Disease; Lung Disease; Mechanical Ventilation; Prematurity; Respiratory Therapy; Sleep Testing; Health Care
Contact: To arrange an interview with Jennifer Ferguson, contact TCC News Team ~ ~ (757) 822-1078
Video: Video interview with Jennifer Ferguson
Still photo: Enlarged photo of Jennifer Ferguson
A registered respiratory therapist and an American College of Sports Medicine Exercise Specialist?, Jennifer Ferguson teaches respiratory therapy and clinical education at TCC and developed the college’s first polysomnography certificate program. She holds credentials in advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support and neonatal resuscitation. Ferguson also works as a respiratory therapist at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters. She holds a B.A. from Ottawa University and an M.S. from Old Dominion University.
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