What is a non-clinical job opportunity?
Non-clinical roles are those which do not provide any type of medical treatment or testing. Non-clinical roles include medical billers and coders, transcriptionists, hospital executives, receptionists, and anyone who works behind the scenes at a hospital such as human resources, IT, biomedical technicians, administrative assistants, etc.
Some non-clinical workers do interact with patients but do not actually provide medical care.
There are a lot of other non-clinical roles in the medical industry such as medical transcriptionist, pharmaceutical representative, biomedical engineering, medical recruiter, and medical device sales.Andrea Clement Santiago, verywellhealth.com.
Positions obtained by recent grads
About 40-50% of students who earn the BHS in Health Science will choose a non-clinical career path after graduation. View a searchable list of positions obtained by recent BHS in Health Science graduates.
Read more about post-graduation possibilities for BHS in Health Science and Public Health graduates.