Founded in 1975, the College of Health Sciences is responsible for education and research in the allied health professions, including health care management. The college is part of Rush University, which is one of the top medical universities in the Chicago area, educating students as practitioners, scientists, teachers and leaders in the fields of medicine, nursing, allied health and biological sciences. As an integral component of Rush University, the College of Health Sciences seeks to prepare superb allied health practitioners and leaders to provide the best possible patient care. Allied health professionals are involved with the delivery of health or related services pertaining to the identification, evaluation, treatment and prevention of diseases and disorders; dietary and nutrition services; rehabilitation; and health systems management. The College of Health Sciences offers 20 different degree and certificate options.
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Photo caption: Artist's rendering of the new Rush University Medical Center hospital building, expected to open in 2012.