Sarah Harrison, PT, DPT, CCS earned her DPT from the University of Washington in 2011 and has extensive experience in the acute care hospital environment, as well as inpatient rehabilitation and cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy. She completed a Fellowship in Critical Care Physical Therapy at the University of Chicago in 2014, going on to help train staff and develop early ICU mobility and rehabilitation programs in hospitals in Chicago, Denver, and Seattle. She earned Board Certification in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy in 2016 and has assisted with cardiovascular and pulmonary education as well as burn and integumentary education at several DPT programs in Illinois, University of Colorado in Denver as well as the South College DPT program from 2015-2018. As core faculty at South College since 2020, Dr. Harrison seeks to bring the perspectives of many experiences from different regions of the country and different areas of PT practice. Having seen the significant racial and socioeconomic disparities present across the country in both patients and employees in healthcare settings, she has a special interest in fostering diversity, equality, and inclusion in the future of the physical therapy profession. She currently serves several critical access hospitals and a level II trauma center in central Oregon as a PT in acute care, transitional care, and acute rehab. Dr. Harrison serves as Assistant Professor with the School of Physical Therapy.