Allen School of Health Sciences – Queens Jamaica

Allen School New York

163-18 Jamaica Ave – Jamaica, NY 11432

Start Your Healthcare Education in Queens at the Allen School of Health Sciences

A neighborhood in the borough of Queens in New York City, Jamaica’s name is completely unrelated to the Caribbean nation of Jamaica. Named after the Jameco Native Americans, Jamaica is also home to the The Allen School, a great place to begin your medical career.

There are also campuses in Brooklyn, New York and Phoenix, Arizona.

Take That First Step Toward A Bright & Rewarding Future

With three campus locations, two medical programs, it has never been easier or more convenient to earn your healthcare training so you can quickly begin your career in the healthcare field. Whether you are looking for a rewarding hands-on career as a Medical Assistant or nursing assistant, Allen School of Health Sciences has a training program that fits your needs.

Allen School of Health Sciences

Below is just some basic information about this school's healthcare programs, but if you really want to learn more, fill out the short questionnaire and a representative from the school will contact you answer any additional questions about how to apply, costs, financial aid, entrance requirements, and scholarship availability.

About the Allen School of Health Sciences

For more than 55 years the Allen School of Health Sciences has been helping people just like you train for a career in health care. We use our strength and competitive edge in health care career training to make YOU our next success story! We stick with health care because it’s what we know, and we’re good at it. We hold the tools you need to complete your education FAST.

Allen School of Health Sciences New York and Phoenix campus locations feature a comprehensive Medical Assistant program, which provides you the unique opportunity to complete training in less time than many other schools.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health care job opportunities are on the rise. This is why Allen School of Health Sciences partners with thousands of clinics and medical facilities across the country. Employers are on the lookout for dedicated individuals – just like you – to fill these in-demand positions.
With Allen School of Health Sciences, you can:

Complete your training in less time than other schools with our Fast-Track Program
Learn from faculty comprised of real industry professionals
Take advantage of extensive National Career Services assistance


To provide superior, high-quality, campus-based and online education in the Health Sciences that successfully prepares students to pursue and achieve their career goals both nationally and locally, while assisting them to build a foundation for continued life-long learning.

Nursing Assistant Program

Nursing assistants are valuable members of any health care team. They perform a myriad of duties, including providing bedside care to patients, helping with feeding, dressing, and walking, and observing patient progress and reporting to registered nurses and/or supervisors. They work under the supervision of a registered nurse and are often the ones who spend most time with patients. As such important components of a patient’s health care team, nursing assistants need to be skilled and trained.

The Allen School offers students the opportunity to become nursing assistants. Some of the skills they must learn and master are communication, infection control, patient hygiene, vital signs and body systems and diet and feeding techniques. In addition, students must learn to assist with admissions, discharge, transfers and exams, learn the stages of sexual growth and development, assist with moving patients, and monitor psychological changes in patients, particularly elderly ones.

In addition, students will complete an internship in a health care facility. This experience will provide them with the skills and knowledge they need to be good nursing assistants. Upon completion of the Nursing Assistant program, students will be to take the State Board Exam. This allows them to become Certified Nursing Assistants. Allen even offers the opportunity for nursing assistants to upgrade their skills and knowledge to become nurse technicians.

Medical Assistant Program

You’ll be prepared to work in medical offices of all types and sizes, including: diagnostic screening facilities, colleges and universities, outpatient plastic surgery centers and physical rehabilitation practices.


Allen School is licensed by the New York State Department of Education and the Arizona State Board for Private Post Secondary Education. Allen School of Health Sciences is nationally accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.

Faculty and Facilities

When students talk about their experiences at the Allen School, the frequency with which teachers are mentioned and praised is astounding. The caring and compassion of the faculty members is mentioned again and again. With such dedicated and professional teachers, you are one step closer to achieving a better career.

The Allen School has classrooms, modern and fully-equipped media labs, medical labs that are professionally equipped, and a full library. There are campuses in both Brooklyn and Jamaica, New York, which provides easy access to numerous job opportunities for students.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid is Available to Those Who Qualify

Investing in your education and future is one of the most important investments you will ever make. That is why we are here to help you with customized financial plans to fit your lifestyle and unique situation. Their goal is for you to make the best choice for yourself and your future. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify including Military Benefit Programs if you are eligible.

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Going to School in Jamaica, NY

Originally settled under Dutch Rule in 1656, the neighborhoods of Jamaica have a long history of diversity. Incorporated into the City of Greater New York in 1898, Jamaica has historically been comprised of predominantly African American neighborhoods. In recent years, the area has experience a sharp influx of many different cultures, making the area a diverse and unique place to live.

While it had been neglected for years, today Jamaica is on the precipice of becoming a premier business center in New York City. Economic redevelopment efforts have produced a 13-story Mega-mall, new green areas, and improved public transportation, all while maintaining the charm of Jamaica’s historical neighborhoods.

Located in close proximity to all the amenities of New York City, residents of Jamaica will enjoy the best of culture, entertainment and dining. With several professional sports teams, numerous parks, sites, and green spaces, New York has something for everyone. With everything it has to offer, Jamaica, NY is a great place to live, work, and go to school.

Below is just some basic information about this school's healthcare programs, but if you really want to learn more, fill out the short questionnaire and a representative from the school will contact you answer any additional questions about how to apply, costs, financial aid, entrance requirements, and scholarship availability.