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Allied Health Media Overview

Houston, TX
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Education Training Services
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Allied Health Media LLC is the leading online provider for continuing education for allied health professionals in Occupational Therapy (, Physical Therapy (, Audiology ( and Speech-Language Pathology ... Read more

Mission: To enhance the quality of life for the patients and clients in the care of the professionals we serve..

Allied Health Media Reviews

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  • "Allied Health Media is Amazing"

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    I have been working at Allied Health Media full-time (More than 5 years)


    I love the opportunity to work from home for an amazing team of people!


    I have not experienced any cons during my employment.

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    Keep up the good work!!

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Allied Health Media Interviews



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    Copy Writer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Diego, CA
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    The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Allied Health Media (San Diego, CA) in October 2017.


    I interviewed for this role once last year and went through an initial interview and may have submitted a writing sample. I was scheduled for a second round interview and then told that they decided to put the position on hold. One year later I was asked to apply again.

    There was another phone interview and the interviewer seemed somewhat confused about the role she was interviewing candidates for. At the end of the conversation I also felt confused by what they wanted in the role and was pretty confident that I hadn't passed the interview. But a week later I was asked to submit a writing assignment within 24hrs.

    The assignment appeared surprisingly convoluted, with mixed directions, acronyms and redundancies that took up an entire page--far too long for a basic test assignment (usually 400 words is typical in my experience). Was this a telling reflection of the communication style of the company?

    I felt that because the assignment asked for three separate pieces of content on a tight turnaround, it crossed the line between what is an appropriate ask and what becomes unpaid labor.

    In the end I was rejected before the next round of interviews. Between all the email tag, phone calls, research and writing, I must have spent at least an entire day with the company. It was certainly a memorable experience and I hope they discover what they really need and can fulfill it.

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Allied Health Media Awards & Accolades

  • Media Award, ASHA, 2014

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