Picking the Right School

Medical Edu

Allen School of Health Sciences is a selective school. We do not accept everyone into our certificate programs. We expect our students to be just as selective considering it is a long term partnership between the student and institution. Allen School of Health Sciences has already shared the Five Qualities of Prospective Medical Assisting Students […]

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Why Become a Medical Assistant?


Allen School of Health Sciences offers a competitive Medical Assistant certificate program at Brooklyn, NY; Jamaica, Queens or Phoenix, AZ. Now is the perfect time to become a Medical Assistant. According to BLS.gov Medical Assisting employment is expected to grow 23% between 2014 to 2024. Allen School of Health Sciences successfully trains and prepares students […]

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Students of the Module

Allen School of Health Sciences celebrates student success across all campuses. One of the ways our instructors honor students is through Student of the Module. Each module instructors select a stellar student that demonstrates our EDUCATE values. Join us in congratulating our Brooklyn, New York; Jamaica, Queens and Phoenix, Arizona Student of the Module winners! […]

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National Immunization Awareness Month


August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM) which focuses on the importance of vaccinations for every age group. NIAM was created to educate individuals of what vaccines are needed to remain current for every age. They also stress the importance of vaccines as a preventative measure for serious and sometimes deadly diseases. National Public Health […]

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Importance of Internship

Medical Assistants celebrate outside of our Phoenix AZ campus

Allen School of Health Sciences believes strongly in incorporating mandatory internships for both the Medical Assistant and Nursing Assistant programs. Ultimately, students gain hands on experience in a medical facility once they have successfully completed all of their coursework hours. Our Medical Assistant and Nursing Assistant students look forward to internship the most because they […]

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Summer Travel: Safety First

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Summer is upon us and traveling increases within these warm months. When traveling internationally the Center for Disease Control and Prevention is a great source to consider for all things health, so you and your loved ones are Proactive, Prepared and Protected. Allen School of Health Sciences would like to share the following information with […]

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Social Media: Mindful Posting

Social Media is not viewed only by your friends and family, but also potential employers. Be aware of what you are posting to social media outlets. Both pictures and comments could be potentially viewed by recruiters. There are a few ways to keep a positive presence on social media while still remaining true to your […]

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Cover Letter Refresh


When applying for a job do you dread seeing the words, “please attach cover letter?” You are not alone; cover letters do not win the ‘most liked’ award when it comes to job hunting. A well written cover letter could be standing between you and landing an interview. Keep the following tips in the forefront […]

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High Blood Pressure


The latest debate on defining the “high” in high blood pressure started a few months ago when the Annals of Internal Medicine released recommendations by the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Family Physicians. Much to everyone’s surprise the guidelines were higher than ever for patients ages 60 and older. Medical Assistants […]

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Institution for Hope: Skin Cancer Awareness

Allen School of Health Sciences July Institution for Hope cause is Skin Cancer Awareness. According to www.skincancer.org “skin cancer is the most common of all cancers, each year in the U.S. over 5.4 million cases of non-melanoma skin cancer are treated in more than 3.3 million people.” We will be sharing tips on how to […]

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