Allied health professionals support the function of a healthcare system by providing a variety of technical and clinical services that are critical to diagnosing and treating patients. In response to increasing demands facing the healthcare workforce, Geisinger offers allied health programs dedicated to developing the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in these specialties.
Our two-year managerial training program provides an opportunity to apply graduate study principles throughout Geisinger’s fully integrated healthcare delivery system. Fellows are exposed to a wide variety of current, challenging and administrative issues contributing to the growth and development of your healthcare career. Click here to learn more about an Administrative Fellowship at Geisinger..
The Center for Continuing Professional Development of Geisinger Health System serves the educational needs of the integrated health care delivery system and the community. Click here to learn more about the Geisinger Center for Continuing Professional Development.
Geisinger’s dietetic internship program is a full-time, 41-week, post-baccalaureate program that prepares up to five interns to assume entry-level positions in the field of dietetics, i.e., clinical, food service and community. Most of the internship learning activities will be completed at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville. Click here to learn more about the Geisinger Dietetic Internship Program.
Geisinger is committed to honoring the emotional and spiritual needs of patients. Here, chaplain residents serve as spiritual team leaders and are part of the healthcare team. The clinical method of learning requires ministry practice in which students discover their unique gifts, basic assumptions and limitations. Click here to learn more about the Geisinger School of Spiritual Care.
Geisinger’s 24-month certificate program of classroom academics and clinical experience prepares students for entry-level positions as radiologic technologists, eligible for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists examination. Students have opportunities to assist radiologists, as well as interact with other health professionals. Click here to learn more about the Geisinger School of Radiologic Technology.
Students learn all aspects of phlebotomy, as well as an introduction to the major sections within the laboratory (for example, chemistry, hematology, microbiology and serology). The phlebotomy program features classroom lectures (didactic) and clinical components-including a student laboratory and clinical rotation. Click here to learn more about the Geisinger School of Phlebotomy.