Center for Allied Health Education
- 2 Year
- BROOKLYN, NY
Center for Allied Health Education Reviews
Rating 3 out of 5 27 reviews
Purely a transactional school. They do not care about your safety or accommodate for any reason. When I had covid, they actually told me it was okay to attend school. There is obviously other students in the school they have told this to as well since others come in sick. Do you learn yes, of you put in the effort but will they help you if you needed up, it's questionable. Program directors are suppose to help you and support you, that's the opposite of what the one in this school does.
Well finally graduated after 2 very longs years and a pandemic (2021) it’s safe to say I wish I never invested my time or money into this painful experience after all my hard work and suffering through a global pandemic I’m proud I made it through but disgusted in the long run 2 months so far and cannot get a single interview. These fields are flooded and want experience and seasoned techs only you will give them all the money you already do not have all to struggle afterwards . Somehow they have a revolving door of all very misinformed students it’s a shame it’s a money making establishment and that’s the truth they do not truly care about you or the outcome after you finish paying them , and will miss inform you all the way to the finish line . Please believe these reviews don’t be like the rest of us
Very very expensive school in comparison to it's competition, but what you gain out if it is well worth the investment. Everyone is incredibly competent, and this school offers the most flexibility with it's programs, and has highly-accredited associates.
Due to coronavirus, most programs are now hybrid, where most of the lectures are online and the only in person learning is through labs and clinical rotations.
I am reading some of the reviews here and am really surprised- I completed the EMT-Basic Program as a bridge to the Paramedic Program and I have never felt more prepared for the world of EMS. The instructors were super dedicated to my success, as well as that of my classmates. Lots of great experience that is hands-on.
Worst EMT school ever, don't teach people correct guide face to State Exam. Specially the Class Measurement Department Andrew Miller is really unhelpful, you might reach to 69.99% in overall of class, but still don't give you chance to pass it. Lab class is no bad, but their management just want to take money and run away. If you want attend school for EMT or ALS, please go LaGuardia Community College EMT program. They even charge less tuition than this CAHE place.
Online class won't teach you much to face for State Exam. Most of time students have to study by themselves without good guide. You might Spend $800 more for study equipment.
Access to great staff and resources to make students successful in the program. This is the place to go to be best prepared for a career in healthcare. My classmates and I, while we worked very hard during the program, experienced a lot of success with the exam and employment.
great education and training and great locations and hospitals all over new york city. I really liked the staff.
There is a lot of cheating, favoritism, and unprofessional staff. You can get 100 on homework's but they mark you 64 for example and there is no one to talk to. Lots of shady stuff. Too long for this forum.
I rotated through amazing NYc clinical sites (3 different hospitals in different specialties) and met wonderful people in my field. I came from a dead-end job and realized that I wanted a career that helps others. That’s exactly what I got out of the DMS (sonography) program. I would highly recommend this program to anyone willing to work hard and who wants to make a difference. I graduated in the summer and was offered a job even before I officially took my registry.
Excellent Clinical Experience and the school prepares you amazingly for the field. I was really happy with my overall experience in the Radiography Program.
Cahe is a school that cares for their students academics. With the value you pay one cannot afford to play around and mess up. However, if you do mess up academically they do give you a second chance (comorehensive exam) and a third chance (reapply next term).
Please be careful when investing your money into a school that is going to be your life for 2 years. You will not like this place.
Horrible school. You will hate it. The staff is even worse than the insane rules. Not just a bad review. Every student that goes or graduated hates it here
Horrible school. Run. This is not just a bad review this is honesty. This school will ruin your life and put you in unaffordable debt with no care in the world.
Excellent environment, clinical experience, and it really feels like a family. The school is affiliated with a lot of hospitals and clinical sites in NYC which allows students to get hands-on experience which will be valuable when they enter the workforce. They are very helpful in terms of exam preparation and job placement.