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The medical field has grown tremendously in the past 60 years and requires workers other than doctors or nurses. In fact, more than half of healthcare jobs are now allied health jobs. This is where allied health graduate programs come in.

The allied health field is comprised of a variety of positions including those that provide direct patient care like diagnostic, technical, and therapeutic services or those that do not provide patient care like important support services.

Allied health jobs require various levels of skill, knowledge, and training. In general, these careers are well-paying, rewarding, and in-demand.

Allied Health Graduate Programs

Allied health graduate programs are available for a number of allied health professions. The programs generally include graduate internships and provide you with the opportunity to pursue allied health research projects and medical volunteer opportunities.

Try these search options to see some popular graduate programs in various allied health fields: