Explore Healthcare Careers Pathways

Healthcare offers several distinct career pathways, each with their own education, skills and work environment. However, they all share the challenges and rewards that comes with making a difference for both patients and your community. Start here to see what pathways is right for you.

Behavioral Health

Behavior Health encompasses all things psychological – emotional, social, and cognitive. It influences how a patient thinks, how they act, and how they interact with the world around them. Behavior Health also determines how they handle stress and make decisions.


Dental health, while primarily focused on oral care and dental maintenance, has several career options. Typically working within a team in order to provide value to their patients and aide them achieve long-term dental health goals

Hospital / Clinic
Long-term Care

Includes a wide variety of nursing, this pathway helps deliver healthcare directly to patients. Expect lots of patient interaction, working in a team, fast-paced days of multitasking on your feet. 

Indirect Care

Indirect Patient Care means patient-specific service provided when the patient is not present. Examples of indirect patient care include, billing, reporting, information technology, Care team coordination, and general administration.


Laboratory professionals analyze samples to provide information used in diagnosing and treating diseases. They use sophisticated instrumentation and scientific methods to test blood and body fluids. The information provided by laboratory testing is critical for patient care.


Pharmacists prepare and dispense prescriptions, ensure medicines and doses are correct, prevent harmful drug interactions, and counsel patients on the safe and appropriate use of their medications.


Radiology is the career pathway that creates medical imaging to diagnose and treat diseases within the body. Embracing and harnessing technology to help catch and cure conditions earlier and more efficiently. 

Wellness / Rehabilitation

Accidents, injuries, diseases and mental health issues can all require patients to go through rehabilitation therapy. Wellness and rehabilitation professionals helps patients recover, prevent, and monitor their injuries and conditions.

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