Allied Health Programs

Learn about the allied health programs available at Henry Ford.

Allied health professionals play a vital role in identifying and evaluating health conditions, as well as in providing dietary, rehabilitation, and preventive care. As the need for health care services increases nationally, the demand for allied health professionals in the workforce will continue to grow.

Henry Ford allied health programs

Our academic medical centers provide training and support for a variety of allied health careers, including:

In our allied health programs, you will work side by side with our seasoned mentors. They will guide you through your course of study as you provide hands-on, person-centered care to people in Metro Detroit and South Central Michigan.

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