Health care professions extend beyond being a nurse or doctor. High-quality patient care services for the identification, prevention and treatment of diseases, disabilities and disorders are provided by allied health professionals in some 80 areas of specialty. You can become one of the more than 5 million allied health care providers by choosing to begin your education in Medical Technology, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy at the University of St. Francis.
Working in an allied health profession means you will be involved directly or indirectly with patient health. You will evaluate patients, diagnose conditions, develop treatment plans.