Medical Laboratory Technologists work in four categories primarily within the public hospital system: general medical laboratory technology, diagnostic cytology, clinical genetics, and medical laboratory assistant.
Medical Radiation Technologists (MRTs) practice in four distinct categories: Magnetic Resonance, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, and Radiological Technology
Doctors are regulated primary health care providers in Atlantic Canada.
Midwifery is a regulated profession in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island have not yet regulated midwifery.
Nurses in Atlantic Canada are primarily employed in the publicly funded sector.
Occupational Therapists are regulated health care professionals in Atlantic Canada.
The pharmacist's primary responsibility is to individual patients and to improve their quality of life.
Physiotherapists or Physical Therapists are regulated primary health care professionals in Atlantic Canada.