Allied Health and Health Sciences
Imagine a profession where you may make a positive impact every day. Whether it's tucked away in a lab or literally hands-on in a clinic, allied health workers touch people's lives and may help improve their physical and mental health. If you're science- and technology-oriented you might want to pursue a career path as a medical lab technologist, nuclear medicine technologist or emergency services technician. If you are interested in working directly with people in a helping and healing capacity then a career as resident or long-term care aide, personal support worker, occupational or physical therapist aide may be for you. So whether you're looking for a degree, diploma or certificate, there may be options at 4-year universities and colleges, 2-year colleges and career colleges in the US to nurture your interest in allied health and health sciences.
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