Allied Health Schools in Rhode Island

In the state of Rhode Island the average monthly earnings for allied health care professionals ranges from $1,437.00 to $3,811.50.  According to the U.S. Census Bureau of the people residing there, 58.7% were born and raised there, 26.6% were born in another state, 2.0% were born abroad to American Parents, and 12.6% were foreign born.  Health services are the largest industry in the state.

Lifespan Hospital Group is the second largest employer in Rhode Island.  Rhode Island Hospital currently has 7,024 employees, the Miriam Hospital has 2,410, Newport hospital has 919, Emma Pendelton Bradley Hospital has 800, Lifespan Corporate Services 580, Newport Alliance Newport 68, Lifespan MSO 53, and Home Medical with 15.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, a medical assistant can earn an average of $28,000 per year and a medical technologist will earn over $40,000 per year.  Coursework for technicians is requires a stricter state licensing, but the additional responsibility is the reason for the increase in salary range.

In the fields of allied health care, positions for assistants are considered to be entry level and require less education and credentials.  Most people use these positions as a starting point to taking more classes and moving up to better positions.

Just because you are unsure of what you want your career to be, it shouldn’t hold you back from beginning your training.  Most introductory courses cover several job descriptions and utilize the same core courses.  Assistants and technologists in varied positions are vital to the support of medical professionals. Engaging in these types of careers can be extremely rewarding on a personal level.

Some of the available positions are:

These positions can offer you a very rewarding and stable career as positions all across the United States are in high demand.

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