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. It's also become a large sector of the Indianapolis economy.
Indianapolis is home to some of the largest health companies, like insurance provider Wellpoint and pharmaceutical manufacturer Eli Lilly & Co.
Over 77,000 people in Indianapolis work in healthcare and healthcare support positions, and the industry is slated for strong growth over the next several years.
Visit Monster.com to find the latest healthcare jobs in Indianapolis.
Health Care Schools in Indianapolis
Indianapolis is home to a variety of respected public and private health care and nursing schools, including:
Harrison College offers programs in medical assisting, health care management, and laboratory technology.
The College Network
RN to BSN, MSN and Bachelor's and Masters of Healthcare Administration available from NLNAC and CCNE accredited universities like Indiana State University, Regis University, Bellevue University and more via The College Network.
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Have more questions about careers in health care or looking for healthcare-related degree programs and colleges? Visit HealthCareDegrees.org for more information on careers and degree programs across the country.