Certificate vs Certification

Learning Styles Blog Post Allen School of Health Sciences would like to explain the difference between a certificate and certification. The two are vastly different, but mistakenly interchanged. A certificate is an educational based program while a certification results from an assessment process. Our Medical Assistant and Nursing Assistant programs are accelerated certificate programs. Students that successfully complete the […] Read More

Medical Assistant Training

IMG_2519 Allen School of Health Sciences has been training healthcare students for over 56 years. Our Medical Assistant program is offered at all of our campuses which includes Brooklyn, NY; Jamaica, Queens; and Phoenix, AZ. The Medical Assistant training program offers two components both administrative and hands-on clinical training. A few of our classes include: Anatomy […] Read More

Standing with Houston

Heart Allen School of Health Sciences is standing with Houston, Texas during this devastating time. Hurricane Harvey is record breaking, making landfall on Friday, August 25, 2017. The rainfall is expected to continue until Saturday, September 2, 2017. Houston has experienced catastrophic rainfall within the cast couple of days. According to CNN.com the city of Houston […] Read More

Interview Questions

Interview questions at the end of an interview are critical to separate you from other potential hires. There are times when your pre-written questions have already been answered throughout the interview process. Preparing for the interview is just as important as the healthcare training you received as a Medical Assistant. Although the healthcare industry is […] Read More

Five Highly Effective Study Habits

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES Allen School of Health Sciences is aware that our Medical Assistant and Nursing Assistant students have a busy personal life outside of school. Making time to study can sometimes be a challenge; however, it must be done. We would like to share a few study habits students should implement. Take Good Notes – Write down […] Read More

Networking Fundamentals

Networking photo When was the last time you made an effort to network? Many people do not make this a priority because it can be awkward and sometimes feel forced. However, networking is a vital part of career advancement. Allen School of Health Sciences would like to share a few tips from the Huffington Post, so our […] Read More

Healthcare FAQ’s

Light Allen School of Health Science would like to discuss some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) people who are considering the healthcare industry may have before entering the field. If a career in healthcare is something that you are not completely certain about then the following may help: How Do I know if Healthcare would […] Read More

Allen School Pride

grads-holding-hands-mobile Nursing Assistant is one of the first programs that we ever offered at the Allen School of Health Sciences. There have been students that have had generations of family members attend and recommend our programs. Recently, we had a student come into our Brooklyn campus to learn more information about our Medical Assisting program. When […] Read More

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 […] Read More

Why Become a Medical Assistant?

IMG_1116 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 […] Read More