Respiratory Therapy Jobs in Rochester, NY
Rochester is known as the world capital of imaging because the Rochester Institute of Technology has one of the best imaging science departments in the country. Rochester is also home to world-renowned programs for the deaf with the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, part of the Rochester Institute of Technology, and the University of Rochester, is ranked number one in the country, located in the community. With all these world-class medical institutions, you will find yourself right at home when you take a respiratory therapy job in Rochester, New York.
Rochester is home to a number of cultural institutions including the world renowned Garth Fagan Dance, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film, the Memorial Art Gallery, the Rochester Museum & Science Center, the Strong - National Museum of Play, the A|V Room, the Strasenburgh Planetarium and numerous arts organizations. Rochester's Geva Theatre Center is the city's largest professional theatre.
The city also has 13 full-time recreation centers, 19 swimming programs, 3 artificial ice rinks, 66 softball/baseball fields, 47 tennis courts, 5 football fields, 7 soccer fields and 43 outdoor basketball courts. Rochester has a yearly Lilac Festival for ten days in May, when nearly 400 named varieties of lilacs bloom. To Rochester's south is the scenic Letchworth State Park, the so-called "Grand Canyon of the East," with its spectacular canyon and waterfalls.
Rochester has developed a number of festivals that celebrate the many aspects of Rochester life. Most of these occur between late spring and all throughout summer, like the Rochester International Jazz Festival, the Corn Hill Festival, the Park Avenue Merchants Festival and the Rochester Music Festival. That is just an inkling of the type of activities Rochester has to offer. You’ll have to take a respiratory therapy job here in order to see the rest!