Our Trusted Partners

The Eldercare Channel

The Sacramento Eldercare Channel works tirelessly to provide senior citizens and their adult children a comprehensive reference for details about the many local services designed to support them.

 

Eskaton is the premier nonprofit provider of aging services throughout Northern California.  Live Well at Home by Eskaton is the home care and care management division of Eskaton.

Select Respiratory Services is a Preferred Service Provider for Live Well at Home by Eskaton.

TVG-Logo The Visger Group is bringing awareness to concussions and traumatic brain injuries. Their goal is to educate all athletes, players, parents, educators, and business on the impacts of concussions.

Select Respiratory Services is a member of The Visger Group Advisory Board.

 

COPD Learn More Breathe Better SealThe National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s Learn More, Breathe Better campaign seeks to raise awareness of COPD as a serious lung disease–the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States, increase understanding that COPD is treatable, and encourage people at risk to get a simple breathing test and talk to their doctor or health care providers about treatment options.

The campaign is for men and women over age 45, especially those who smoke or have smoked, and those with risk associated with genetics or environmental exposures. In addition, the campaign aims to reach people who have been diagnosed with COPD as well as health care providers, particularly those in the primary care setting.

Select Respiratory Services is a member of the Breathe Better Network.

 

Advance for Resp Care_logo 1ADVANCE for Respiratory Care & Sleep Medicine features award-winning editorial content and industry coverage to the professionals who work in respiratory departments and sleep facilities.  The ADVANCE online community offers interactive blogs written by respiratory care practitioners, sleep techs, and the editorial staff.

Victoria Florentine is the blogger for “An RT Paradigm Shift.”

Please Contact Us or call 916.805.5119 for more information.

 

From Hospital to Home:
Easing the Transition for Respiratory Patients and Their Caregivers