Kentucky Board Of Respiratory Care License Renewal Now Open

The Kentucky Board of Respiratory Care's 2017 professional licensing renewal is now available online. Licensed respiratory therapists may renew their license now through January 30, 2017.

The online renewal is built with responsive framework, which allows therapists to renew and print their license from a variety of devices. By entering their license number, continuing education hours, and social security number, licensees can complete their 2017 license renewal and print a copy for their records.

"We are pleased to provide our therapists online license renewal available from any device," stated Tamara G. McDaniel, RRT, Executive Director of the Kentucky Board of Respiratory Care.

The application was built at no cost for the Kentucky Executive Board of Respiratory Therapy through a public-private partnership with Frankfort-based Kentucky Interactive, LLC.

About the Kentucky Board of Respiratory Care

The Kentucky Board of Respiratory Care is a government agency that regulates respiratory care practitioners and their services. The KBRC was established in 1990 to protect the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky from unsafe practitioners and practices. The updated KBRC website will help therapists find information they need to help answer questions and also inform them of vital news such as laws and regulations, CEU information and correct forms and applications.

About is the official government Web portal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky ( is a collaborative effort between the Commonwealth of Kentucky and Kentucky Interactive, LLC. Frankfort-based Kentucky Interactive provides a secure, mobile-friendly platform that allows government agencies of any size to conduct business online and improve public access to information. Kentucky Interactive is part of firm NIC's (NASDAQ: EGOV) family of companies.

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