Answers To Frequently Asked Quesetions
What does an allied health professional do?
Allied Health professionals work to prevent, diagnose, and treat patients who need medical assistance. Workers in this career also apply management and administration skills to support healthcare organizations. Most professionals work in clinics and hospitals alongside doctors. View available allied health jobs.
Why is the allied healthcare field a good career choice?
Allied health is a good career choice because it's one area that is experiencing rapid growth and other changes. Overall employment in healthcare jobs is projected to grow 13% from 2021- 2031, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
How long does it take to hear from my recruiter after I apply?
We recommend you fill out an application as soon as possible so you can have access to the jobs That fit your needs. Typically a recruiter will be in touch with you within 24 hours.
Do I need to be licensed to work an allied health job?
Almost all allied health positions require a specified license. You will be placed in a position based on the requirements of our clients. To find out more contact our team and we'll be in touch to answer your questions.
How much experience do I need to work on an assignment?
Most positions require at least 6 months of experience within the past year. If you are a new grad, please don’t hesitate to apply. View available allied health jobs today!
How long are allied health assignments?
Most positions are considered temp-to-hire, which means they can turn into long-term direct-hire positions for the right candidates. An assignment can turn into a direct-hire position within 4-6 months.