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Information for Allied Health Professionals

Career Opportunities

UPMC strives to recruit quality health care support professionals, from therapists to technicians, in order to meet the varied medical needs of our patients. UPMC is committed to offering the highest level of patient care, using innovative and state-of-the-art technologies.

> Visit the Allied Health pathway on our Careers website to see information on various professions, including:


Continuing Education

UPMC's staff has convenient and efficient access to educational opportunities and the latest medical technologies and research through UPMC's affiliation with the University of Pittsburgh's Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences.

> Visit the Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences website.


Prehospital Care

UPMC provides support and training for the prehospital care community through its Prehospital Care Program.

Through the development of policies, protocols, and procedures, and by offering continuing education, the program provides tools for ambulance and airmedical caregivers to improve patient care.

> Visit the UPMC Prehospital Care website

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