American Training School for Medical Professionals mission is to prepare graduates for the highest degree of self-realization through high quality education and the necessary training to face the complexities of today’s society. To provide education along with services and expertise to support economic, community and personal development goals that enhances our community’s quality of life. We strive to make sure students know the theoretical and practical aspects of working in the medical community. As well as helping our graduates to find a job that suits their abilities
American Training School is located near West New York’s City Hall. It is situated in the center of Hudson County, a well-traveled business district anchored by its famous Bergenline Avenue. It is easily accessible by the NJ Light-rail, Buses, and all Major Transportation Systems. If any questions on how to reach us, please do not hesitate to call (201)854-9989 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for any help on reaching our facility.
American Training School was founded in 1998 by Professor Dante Joa born in Queens of Chinese and Dominican decent. This co-educational, independent institution was born out of professor Joa’s vision to fill the need for bilingual school offering training in medical programs which would help its students to train and successfully attain a career in the healthcare field. ATSMP conducts day, evening and weekend classes for highly motivated students while aiming to accommodate our student’s needs for scheduling flexibility. Payment plans are available, we aim to maintain the lowest cost per program in comparison to other training facility in the same field. ATSMP has been approved by National Health Career Association (NHA) since 1999, The National Phlebotomy Association since 2000, The Better Business Bureau since 2001, The New Jersey Board of Education, Cardiovascular Credential International, National Certification of Medical Association (NCMA), Department of Veteran’s Affairs and NCTMB. We have been members since 2006 with state agencies such as the New Jersey Department of labors as well as the Department of Workforce and Development to help eligible candidates/families with TANF meet their educational goals and prepare them for a prosperous career in the healthcare system.