Explore LLUH School of Allied Health Professions


The School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP) – was established in 1966 – originally as the School of Health Related Professions – with the consolidation of several programs at Loma Linda University (Medical Technology, Physical Therapy, Medical Radiography, Occupational Therapy and Health Information Management.) Since 1970, more curricula has been added to form additional healthcare degrees and programs.

Our school’s purpose is to prepare our graduates to be choice employees for premier healthcare organizations around the world by providing them with practical learning experiences through partnerships with those open to sharing our vision. We specialize in healthcare related academics in a wide variety of healthcare professions. Our students transfer in with all or most of their general education completed and they then can focus on their chosen health profession.

We offer specialized higher education in the fields of:

Allied Health Studies
Natural or Basic Sciences
Cardiopulmonary Sciences
Clinical Laboratory Science
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Emergency Medical Care
General Ed
Health Informatics & Information Management
Healthcare Administration
Life Support Education
Nutrition and Dietetic Sciences
Occupational Therapy
Orthotics and Prosthetics
Physical Therapy
Physician Assistant
Radiation Technology
Rehabilitation Sciences

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