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Avera Marshall RESPIRATORY THERAPIST (REGISTERED) - PRN in Spirit Lake, Iowa

Join the team at Lakes Regional Healthcare!

Award Winning Health Care: We take our work seriously and are proud to be the only hospital in northwest Iowa and southwest Minnesota to receive 5 Stars by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ CMS Hospital Compare program. We are also proud to be in the Top 100 Rural and Community Hospital by iVantage Health Analytics and Chartis Center for Rural Health since 2019, in the Top 20 Rural and Community Hospital by the National Rural Health Association, to earn the Outstanding Patient Experience Award 2022 by Healthgrades, and the list goes on.

Culture: Be a part of a multi-disciplinary team built on Compassion, Hospitality, and Stewardship, and the mission of improving the health and well-being of people in the Iowa Great Lakes region.

Position Highlights:

  • Positive Work Environment: Be part of an organization where we practice our mission & values in our daily operations and demonstrate our pride by delivering excellent care.

Lake Regional Healthcare is currently seeking a Respiratory Therapist to deliver the best possible patient care in LRH’s patient-focused setting.


Respiratory Therapist works in a fast-paced Inpatient and Outpatient Respiratory Therapy and Pulmonary Rehab Departments. Position works with a variety of age groups from newborn to geriatric populations. Shows genuine commitment to compassionate care of patients at Lakes Regional Healthcare and demonstrates effective working relationships with hospital staff, physicians, the public and outside agencies. Performs daily floor therapies, responds to all codes, providing airway management as needed and performs diagnostic testing as ordered by the physician in a timely manner. Assists in the performance of daily clerical, clinical and diagnostic duties associated with Respiratory Care including scheduling and performing Respiratory Care procedures as ordered by the Medical Staff. Consults with and keeps Respiratory Care Supervisor informed of the department’s activities with regard to patient care.


High school graduate. Graduate from an accredited Respiratory Care Program and either registered or registry eligible by the National Board of Respiratory Care with experience preferred.


Maintains Iowa State License for Respiratory Care Practitioner. Certification in BLS, ACLS, PALS & NRP and current certification in Mandatory Reporter of Dependent Adult and Child Abuse Reporting or willingness to obtain according to Education Policy.