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Lorie Phillips

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Lorie Phillips

Program Coordinator (Professor)
Respiratory Care

Office: Payne Hall, Room 351A
Telephone: 315.792.5664

Lorie Phillips holds a M.S. degree in Health Education from SUNY College at Cortland, a B.S. degree in Health Services Management from SUNY Institute of Technology, and an AAS degree in Respiratory Therapy from Upstate Medical University.  She has more than 40 years of professional practice/teaching experience.

She teaches Principles of Respiratory Care 1 and 2 lectures and labs and Clinical Practicum 1, 2, 3 and 4.  Mrs. Phillips has been a member of the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) since 1972.  She received the MVCC Excellence in Teaching Award in 1995, the Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence in 1996, and the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service in 2011.  Lorie was recognized by Who's Who Among America's Teachers in 2005.

Spring 2016 Office Hours

Monday: 8:30-9:30am in PH351 and 2:20-4:30pm in AB102

Friday: 8-10am in PH351

Faculty Office Hours

All matriculated students will be assigned a faculty advisor by the first week of class. For advisement during the fall and spring semesters, students must contact their assigned advisor in order to register for courses.  The preferred method of contact is email.

Faculty office hours are available on this webpage, course syllabi, and Blackboard postings.  Office hours can also be obtained by request via email or phone. Students may also call faculty directly to confirm current office hours.  Faculty with offices on campus have office hours posted on their door. 

Faculty do not have office hours over the winter break or during the summer semester.  Please access the College Calendar located on the MVCC website to obtain specific dates.  For advisement during the summer term, students are able to make an appointment by contacting the Advisement Centers on either the Utica Campus at 315.731.5710, or on the Rome Campus at 315.334.7709.

For additional assistance, students may call 315.792.5367.