Allied personnel typically have regular interaction with patients, so should enjoy working with
people. Many positions involve working in a supportive role so being able to take direction well
is essential. Many technician roles entail the knowledge of high-tech equipment. Other duties
may include taking vital signs, perform diagnostics, preparing patients for medical procedures
and administering medication.
Not all Allied health positions require certification, but this can vary from state-to-state.
Because of the variety of allied roles, some positions may require minimum course work, while
others may require the minimum of a 4-year degree in an applicable field.
We offer the most competitive compensation plans in the industry and will personally work with
you to ensure you receive a satisfactory wage.
Travel opportunity, job variety, wide range of opportunities, opportunity to advance education
and skills while training for other medical careers, flexibility, competitive pay, personal
satisfaction, job security.