We are exceptionally proud to announce that CAHE’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Program has achieved the maximum grant (five years) for the program’s re-accreditation with the JRCDMS and CAAHEP! Congratulations to all involved in running a quality program.
We kindly ask any individual who has graduated within the past year to complete the Graduate Survey, which can be located on the left-hand side of this page. Your feedback is highly appreciated and helps to improve the overall nature and quality of our upcoming programs.
Pal Pass is CAHE’s very own “Bring a Friend to School” pass!
Know of someone who is interested in healthcare or simply wonders what YOU do all day in school? BRING THEM TO CLASS!
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Interested in hiring our qualified graduates? Complete our brief Employment Opportunity Submission Form, located on the left-hand side of this page. The Department of Alumni Relations will be in touch if there is a candidate that meets your organizational needs.
What better way to show our appreciation than with FOOD?
Center for Allied Health Education recently held its Second Annual Student Appreciation event! Students took a break from classroom instruction to enjoy gourmet pancakes prepared by staff at all levels: Administration, Program Directors, Clinical Coordinators and instructors!
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Meet Center for Allied Health Education’s Student Government Association (SGA) President: Prerna Patel. Prerna, currently a Diagnostic Medical Sonography senior, has served as president for a little over a year. Her commitment and enthusiasm to all student life events and activities does not go unnoticed. Prerna explains that “THE CAHE Student Government Association provides a unique opportunity for students to build relationships across different programs, to enhance leadership skills, become civically engaged, to maximize the college experience and to overall make student life better at one of the best Allied Health Schools in New York.” She, along with other valued SGA members encourage all current students to get involved in center-wide events with the mission of uniting us all as healthcare professionals.
A huge THANK YOU to all who helped spread the warmth and participated in WE GIVE BACK WEEK! Students and staff at Center for Allied Health Education successfully collected gently used coats that went to the annual NY Cares Coat Drive. Additionally, cans of food were collected to help a youth organization in Coney Island (Brooklyn, NY).
CAHE’s students and staff united to celebrate the holiday season and everyone’s hard work throughout the year. Over 170 people attended the event at Brownstone Billiards for a night of fun, friends, food and entertainment!
CAHE’s Rising Professionals Networking Job Club is designed to provide practical knowledge & support throughout the employment search process to recent alumni. Membership requires consistent and consecutive attendance so that graduates can take advantage of each weekly topic covering a variety of savvy employment search subject matter. For more information about CAHE’s Rising Professionals Networking Job Club, please contact Erica Simpson at 718-645-3500 x135