Allied Healthcare Schools / Education Programs
Allied Healthcare Schools:
Before enrolling in an Allied Healthcare educational program, you will need to gather all the facts, including educational requirements, salary range and job descriptions of the careers you are interested in. You will find links to the most popular Allied Health Care careers on the Allied HealthCare Professions page with detailed information on the requirements, prerequisites and certification available.
Even though formal qualifications are not required for some Allied Healthcare Careers, you will find it easier to get a good entry level position having some sort of formal education. Qualifications also show your prospective employer that you have proven skills in your area, and have shown dedication to your career. Later if you choose to advance your career you will often receive college credits for the modules you have already successfully completed.
When applying to an Allied Healthcare School, first check out the programs accreditation. As there are many accreditation bodies available, ensure that the accreditation for your program is National, or at least recognized in the state in which you wish to work.
Strong Accreditation proves that the program has met tough standards and your qualifications will be accepted by many Healthcare and Educational institutions. You can also rest assured that the techniques and skills you will learn are up to date. If the program you wish to study is not accredited by a professional organization, your qualification may not be worth the paper it’s written on.
Find an Allied Health School near you:
Use the Further Your Career zip code search box to find schools and colleges in your area that offer alliedhealth / medical technology programs.
DBU School of Allied Health - Duluth Business University in Duluth, Minnesota has been preparing students for rewarding and challenging careers for more than 100 years. Programs include Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician, Medical Billing and Coding, Human Services, Massage Therapy, Holistic Bodywork Studies, Massage Therapy Asian Studies, Business Office Specialist program offered by DBU School of Business.
School of Orthopedic Massage and Bodywork - Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, The School of Orthopedic Massage & BodyWork offers a flexible, innovative approach to massage therapy education with classes available throughout the day and evening. The School of Orthopedic Massage & BodyWork (OM) is the convergence between alternative and traditional healthcare. Our goal is to prepare you for a career in the allied health profession by providing a solid foundation based on scientific massage therapy formulas. 850-hour Massage Therapy Diploma Program: Orthopedic Massage - Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Myofascial Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Reiki, Shiatsu. Online distance learning programs also available.
Below is a list of some of the various types of allied health careers / professions: