Developing Compassionate Healers.

College of Allied Health

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Making Disciples. Everyday.

Join NGU’s College of Allied Health in transforming health care for the benefit of our neighbors and communities.

Learn from experienced healthcare professionals while gaining hands-on experience.

Enhance Your Career. You love helping others feel their best. NGU offers best-in-class learning opportunities. Develop the skills needed for patient care from our healthcare experts.

Rooted in Science, Focused on Health

Prepare to enter one of the many professions in the allied health field. Physician assistant, speech-language pathologist, and physical therapist, of course. But also, lab manager, technical writer, nutritionist, or healthcare administrator.

Follow your calling to make a difference in the lives of your neighbors. When you pursue a degree in health care, North Greenville University, you don’t have to check your faith at the door. 

Carve Your Path

Gain the knowledge needed to pursue professional schools to enter the fields of dentistry, medicine, physical therapy, and more. Advance your career in the biomedical sciences. That’s allied health, at NGU.

Curriculum Created to Challenge & Prepare

You can expect to challenge yourself with rigorous curriculum and hands-on clinical experience.

Serve Beside Experienced & Faithful Medical Professionals

Jordan Hairr, EdD, MSPAS, PA-C
Associate Dean, School of Allied Health Professions
Dorinda Brown
Administrative Assistant, PA Medicine
Kaye Rickman, MMS, PA-C
Associate Program Director
Cathleen Ciesielski, PhD
Program Coordinator, Biomedical Sciences
Alexandra Brandenburg, MPAS, PA-C
Assistant Professor, PA Medicine
Kelcye Richards, MMS, PA-C
Assistant Professor, PA Medicine
Allison Simon, MSPAS, PA-C
Assistant Professor, Physician Assistant
Martin Price, MMS, PA-C
Assistant Professor, PA Medicine
Autumn Lyendecker
Clinical Coordinator, PA Medicine
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