Unwrap Our Holiday Tips to Become a Better Medical Assistant

Unwrap Our Holiday Tips to Become a Better Medical Assistant For students in a medical assistant program you may be busy learning about the clinical aspects of the job, such as how to draw blood, administer injections, or take a patient’s vital signs. These are clearly a very important part of your training. But in […] Read More

Medical Assistant’s guide to working on the holidays

Medical Assistant’s guide to working on the holidays If you’re a Medical Assistant, Certified Nursing Assistant, Nurse, or other healthcare professional, there’s a good chance you’ll have to work on a holiday at some point. If you do, it’s easy to feel like you’re missing out on a major family or social event. It can […] Read More

Reasons why Medical Assistant training is a great profession for ALL ages

Attending the Allen School for Medical Assisting is a good strategy for young people who wish to embark on a lifelong career in the healthcare industry.  However, individuals fifty years and older, taking a Medical Assistant program is a great option. A recent USA Today article (https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2015/03/29/how-older-job-seekers-find-work/70548328/) reporting on an AARP survey illustrates why folks […] Read More

Medical Insurance Billing and Coding

Allen School of Health Sciences is aware that work and family schedules can be hectic, which is why we offer both day and night class. Medical Insurance Billing and coding training is just one of the many areas you will cover in our Medical Assisting program. These skills will prepare students for a career in […] Read More

Dedication is Key to Success

Perseverance is probably the most important ingredient to success.  More than innate ability, more than luck, more than well-placed connections, sticking to it is the most common attribute of the world’s most accomplished people.  Benjamin Franklin once said, “If you fail to prepare, prepare to fail”.   For students at the Allen School, determination and dedication […] Read More

CNA Exam and Certification: New York

Certified nursing assistants, or CNAs, play an essential part in the medical industry, impacting the lives of patients daily. In hospitals, nursing homes, and many other medical facilities, CNAs support both patients and doctors in a myriad of ways. For those considering a possible career at a certified nursing assistant, an exciting and fulfilling future […] Read More

What to wear to a Medical Assistant interview

You don’t get a second chance at a first impression, and at job interviews, first impressions are vitally important. In just an hour, employers will get an idea of who you are, what your work ethic is, and whether you’ll fit their team, and it all comes down to how you carry yourself, and how […] Read More

Expectations during a Medical Assistant Externship

Expectations during a Medical Assistant Externship You can learn a lot in the classroom, but you can’t learn everything, especially if you are studying to be a medical assistant. It’s a job that requires extensive medical knowledge as well as skills and professional attributes that can only be gained through hands-on experience. At the Allen School of […] Read More

Medical Assistant: What are your options?

Medical Assistant: What are your options? Becoming a Medical Assistant is one of the quickest ways to enter the world of healthcare. If you’re looking to get a good job in a growing field fast, becoming an MA is the way to go. But after you’ve completed your program and working in the position, what […] Read More

Traits of a successful Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant: Traits of a Successful Medical Assistant It’s no secret that the healthcare industry is one of the biggest industries in America. What might not be as obvious is the fact that you can have a prosperous career in the field without becoming a doctor or nurse. One occupation students might want to consider […] Read More