An allied health professional is usually defined as a health care provider who is not a doctor, a nurse, or a pharmacist.
Most of the professions discussed on this page require a bachelors
degree, after which you must pass a professional licensing exam
before you can practice.
Please visit the Pre-Medical
pages for information about becoming an allopathic physician
(M.D.), osteopathic physician (D.O.), dentist (D.D.S.), optometrist
(O.D.), veterinarian (D.V.M.), podiatrist (D.P.M.), or chiropractor
Please visit our Nursing pages for information on Nursing.