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According to the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Allied Health professionals are involved with the delivery of health or related services pertaining to the identification, evaluation and prevention of diseases and disorders; dietary and nutrition services; rehabilitation and health systems management, among others. Allied health professionals, to name a few, include dental hygienists, dietitians, medical technologists, medical assistants, occupational therapists, physical therapists, radiographers, respiratory therapists, and speech language pathologists. Examples include:

On this site you find in depth profiles of many fields in healthcare that are available to those with degrees of many sorts, including associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees. For each field, there are links to professional societies that can provide support and resources throughout your career, and also to employers in a wide range of industries.  And, the Career Cornerstone Center provides career path forecasts for each field, offering insights about how fields may grow or changed over time.


 Allied Health
  -- Audiologist
  -- Dental Assistant  -- Dental Hygienist
  -- Dental Lab Tech  -- Dietician/Nutritionist  -- EMT/Paramedic  -- Medical Assistant  -- Occup. Therapist/OT  -- OT Assistant
  -- Pharmacist  -- Pharmacy Technician
  -- Physical Therapist
  -- PT Assistant
  -- Physician Assistant  -- Recreational Therapy
  -- Respiratory Therapist  -- Social Worker  -- Speech Pathologist
 Medical Technology
 Medicine Nursing



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