The Carl King Award has been developed to honor his dedication and commitment to the development of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. Carl King has worked tirelessly to promote cardiopulmonary rehabilitation; to educate people and health organizations of its importance; and to embrace the lifestyle promoted by Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. Carl King’s vision and guidance has helped to make Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation in North Carolina what it is today. A review of Carol King’s professional history can be found below.
To be eligible for the Carl King Award, a nominee must:
- Hold a current NCCRA membership.
- Support the on-going vision of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation.
- Demonstrate commitment of the prevention of cardiac and/or pulmonary disease.
- Exemplify the healthy lifestyle promoted by cardiopulmonary rehabilitation.
Professionals meeting the criteria may be nominated for the award (no self nominations will be accepted) by completing this form and submitting it to the NCCRA president by January 1st. The NCCRA Board of Directors will make the final determination of this award and the recipient will be announced at the annual NCCRA symposium.