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Allied Health

Nebraska Methodist College places graduates in some of the fastest-growing, highest-paying healthcare careers today. And since the best programs deserve some of the best facilities around, NMC students enjoy high-tech labs and interactive classrooms. The facilities, highly credentialed faculty and a supportive network of student services prepare NMC students to take on the world of healthcare and make a difference in their communities. 

Associate Degrees >

Discover a career that you can start in two years or less. As an affiliate of the Nebraska Methodist Health System, one of the largest healthcare systems in the region, NMC is uniquely positioned to prepare you for what lies ahead in the future of healthcare. Learn more about available programs in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care and Surgical Technology.

Bachelor Degrees >

More skilled and versatile allied health professionals lead to better patient outcomes. Hence, those with a bachelor's degree are increasingly in demand across the healthcare spectrum. NMC's degree completion programs in Respiratory Care, Imaging Sciences and Women's Medical Imaging are designed with the practicing healthcare professional in mind. Online course delivery helps students to maintain a balance between work, school and home.

Certificates >

Whether you're just starting in healthcare or looking to specialize your technical skills, you will find the support you need to be successful with a certificate from NMC. We offer programs in Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Medical Assistant, Medical Laboratory Science and Phlebotomy.

What Our Graduates Are Saying

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"I was able to make many close friends with not only students in my program but in other programs at NMC as well. It was an enlightening experience to be surrounded by dozens of soon-to-be healthcare professionals who came together for one simple purpose - to one day help people."
- Jinae C., Physical Therapist Assistant, 2010