Living a Long & Healthy Life

long life Most people want to live long whether it is to be around to have children, grandchildren, accomplish career goals or even to check things off your bucket list. However, we all know that living long may not equate to living a healthy or quality life. WebMD featured an article listing 4 ways in which you […] Read More

Spring Cleaning: Freshen up your Resume

resume The job market is ever-changing and your resume should be as well. If you have not looked at or altered your resume in the last year then now is the time. The powerhouse site LinkedIn has published a helpful 10 tip article on freshening up your out-of-date resume. Here at the Allen School we have […] Read More

How Are You Managing Your Time?

time Time Management How often to hear someone say, “where did the time go” or “there isn’t enough time in the day?” I am sure we all hear it and say it on a daily bases. Time waits for no one, but that means we have to take into account how we manage it. According to […] Read More

Multiple Sclerosis – Institution for HOPE

This month for Institution for HOPE the Allen School of Health Sciences has been raising awareness for Multiple Sclerosis. Each month we focus on a different cause or awareness to get students and their families involved in giving back to the community and becoming more informed. Today, we want to share with you more about […] Read More

Tips to be Successful From Our Current MIBC Ambassadors

MIBC Helpful Tips Much to many people’s surprise the Allen School of Health Sciences is national. A lot of prospective and current students assume that we are located in only Brooklyn and Queens, New York; however, we do offer a Medical Billing and Coding program online. The online program caters to those students that are not able to […] Read More

Celebrating American Red Cross Month

red cross volunteer stats March is American Red Cross month. In honor of one of the nation’s leading humanitarian organizations the Allen School of Health Sciences would like to thank them for their efforts. The Red Cross has been a fixture in communities throughout the nation and even in various parts of the world for numerous years. Although the […] Read More

Celebrating Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History month, and in celebration of that we’d like to share with you a few of the amazing women who have influenced healthcare both in the past and today. Clara Barton – She played a major role in the Civil War as a nurse, helping wounded soldiers, but her most incredible contribution […] Read More

How to Become a Successful Medical Assistant

successful medical assistant Working as a medical assistant means wearing a lot of hats while you’re at work. With so much to do, it’s easy to get mixed up. Though it’s fine to have an adjustment period for a new position, you’re still expected to conduct yourself as a medical professional immediately. After all, a medical assistant could […] Read More

Happy Healthy Valentines Day

Valentines Blog Valentine’s Day is here and while the romantic side of you may be thinking candle lit dinners and chocolate, the Healthcare provider in you is probably thinking that these aren’t the healthiest choices in the world. So here are a few suggestions from GetHealthyU that will appeal to your romantic side and keep your healthcare […] Read More