The healthcare industry, including doctors, nurses, insurance agents, researchers, laboratory technologists, and allied health care workers, accounts for one-sixth of the U.S. economy, making it the largest industrial sector in the United States.
The University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis, highly ranked hospitals such as Abbott Northwestern, and medical technology firms like Guidant Corporation are known for developing the latest tools and techniques to treat disease and care for patients.
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Health Care Schools in Minneapolis
Minneapolis is home to a variety of respected public and private health care and nursing schools, including:
Argosy University - Twin Cities
Argosy University, Twin Cities, offers a wide variety of healthcare degrees, including associate degrees in areas such as dental hygiene, diagnostic medical sonography, and veterinary technology (among many others); bachelor degrees in medical technology; and master's degrees in health service management and public health.
Minneapolis Business College
Minneapolis Business College offers programs in medical assisting.
DeVry University has campus locations in Edina Center and St. Louis Park and offers associate degrees in health information technology.
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