Allen School Participates in 2013 AIDS Walk New York

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New York healthcare school involved for the 9th consecutive year.

The Allen School, New York’s leading healthcare training school, is proud to have participated in the 28th Annual AIDS Walk New York, a 6.2 mile walk to benefit HIV programs and services in the tri-state area, held on Sunday, May 19.

Allen School’s medical assistant and nursing assistant students and alumni were joined by faculty and administration during the walk. Over $3,000 has been raised so far for the AIDS Walk in 2013, and that amount will be doubled with a match from the school itself. For the past nine years, Allen School has raised in excess of $15,000 to help find a cure for the deadly virus that has touched so many friends and family of both students and staff.

“Allen School and the AIDS Walk have always been a natural fit because we train Medical Assistants and Certified Nursing Assistants who genuinely care about helping people affected by the AIDS virus,” said Jason Teich, President of Allen School of Health Sciences.

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Allen School of Health Sciences has trained over 70,000 medical professional, including students from the Medical Insurance Billing and Coding training program, over its 50-plus year existence. You can learn more about becoming a Medical Assistant or Nursing Assistant at Allen School of Health Sciences by visiting or by calling 718-206-1300.

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