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What is Allied Health?

Allied health professionals are healthcare professionals who provide a range of diagnostic, technical, therapeutic, and support services in connection with health care. Their services are aligned to work with and support the work of other healthcare professionals. ex. Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Optometry, and other excluded professions.

Allied health encompasses a broad group of health professionals who use scientific principles and evidence-based practice for the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of acute and chronic diseases; promote disease prevention and wellness for optimum health and apply administration and management skills to support health care systems in a variety of settings.

Allied Classification by Area

Radiology Services

Radiology Tech, Echo Tech, Mammography Tech, Ultrasound, CT Tech, Nuclear Med Tech, MRI Tech, Vascular Interventional Radiology.

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Surgical Services

Sterile Processing Tech, CVOR Tech, OR/Surgical Tech, Surgical First Assist, Anesthesia Tech

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Respiratory Therapy

Registered Respiratory Therapist, Certified Respiratory Therapist, Polysomnography Tech 

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Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy Assistant, Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Speech Therapist

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Phlebotomist, Medical Laboratory Scientist, Cytotech, Histotech 

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Pharmacist, Pharmacy Tech

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Other Specialties

Medical Assistant, Behavioral Health/Mental Health Tech, Monitor Tech, Social Worker, EMT, Cath Lab Tech, Endoscopy Tech 

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Professions that are often listed as “allied health” include many of the well-known non-nurse, non-physician health care providers including audiologists and speech-language pathologists; physical therapists, occupational therapists, and respiratory therapists; diagnostic medical personnel (medical laboratory scientists, cytogenetic technologists, diagnostic molecular scientists, histotechnologists, and pathologists’ assistants); imaging specialists (radiographers, nuclear medicine technologists, CT, MRI, and sonographers), trainers, exercise physiologists; pharmacy personnel (pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and assistants) and other healthcare providers and support personnel, such as medical assistants.

There are a number of less well-known healthcare professions considered as allied healthcare professionals. These Health Professionals apply their expertise to prevent disease transmission and diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate people of all ages and all specialties.

Why Choose a Career in Allied Healthcare?

Direct impact on patient care

Allied health professionals play a crucial role in the healthcare team, providing vital services that directly impact patient well-being. You could be assisting doctors in surgery, performing diagnostic tests, or helping patients with rehabilitation.

Seeing the results of your work: Many allied health professions allow you to witness the positive outcomes of your work firsthand. Whether it is helping a patient regain mobility after an injury or providing emotional support during a difficult diagnosis, your contributions can make a real difference.

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Diverse career paths

The allied health field encompasses a wide range of professions, from dental hygienists and surgical technologists to occupational therapists and respiratory therapists. There's a specialty to suit almost any interest or skill set.

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Growth and advancement

The allied healthcare field is constantly evolving, with new technologies and treatment methods emerging. This creates opportunities for ongoing learning, skill development, and career advancement.

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Favorable Job Market and Security

There's a growing demand for qualified allied health professionals due to an aging population and increasing healthcare needs. This translates to strong job security and ample employment opportunities.

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Flexibility and Work-Life Balance

Depending on the specialty, allied health professions may offer flexible scheduling options, including part-time work, shift work, or weekend hours. This can be ideal for those seeking a work-life balance.

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Educational options

Training programs for allied health careers can vary in length, from certificate programs to associate degrees to master's degrees. This allows you to choose an educational path that fits your needs and time commitment.

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Personal Growth and Skill Development

Many allied health professions require ongoing learning and adaptation to new technologies and procedures. This can keep your work intellectually stimulating and foster continuous professional growth.

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