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The Department of Allied Health Sciences is a department within a college or university that focuses on providing education and training in the various allied health professions. These professions include a wide range of healthcare workers who provide services that are essential to the overall healthcare system, but who are not doctors or nurses. Some examples of careers in the allied health field include medical assistants, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and respiratory therapists. These professionals play a critical role in supporting and enhancing the delivery of healthcare services, and are essential to the overall functioning of the healthcare system.