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Allied Health Media Overview

Houston, TX
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
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 Photos

Allied Health Media photo of: 2014 Company Meeting
Allied Health Media photo of: 2014 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Media Award
Allied Health Media photo of: 2014 Company Meeting - Boat Cruise!
Allied Health Media photo of: 2013 Company Meeting - Fun Times!
Allied Health Media photo of: 2013 Company Meeting - Teams building bikes for kids in need
Allied Health Media photo of: 2013 Company Meeting - Ping-Pong Tournament!
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Allied Health Media Interviews



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    Senior Software Developer Interview

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Allied Health Media.


    Thirty minute phone interview with HR director followed by a ninety minute phone interview with Development Manager (requires doing some code while on the phone with him on a screen share session). Followed by 24-hour timed take home code test (described below).
    I found it to be a frustrating waste of time to give the code test after the interviews. I wouldn't have minded doing the 30 min interview prior to the take home test, but the 90 min one seemed like a giant waste of time just to be rejected by not passing the code test. When I hire people I always make them do the test first because honestly, that is what they live or die by, why bother grilling someone for 90 minutes if you don't even know whether they are competent at the level you are looking for.

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Company Updates


    Virtual Reality: Success Secrets of a "Virtual" CEO

    Published on The title Chief Executive Officer comes with many rewards and challenges, as you might imagine. When you are CEO of an organization like Allied Health Media (AHM) with no physical address and no proverbial corner office, the rewards and challenges are unique to say the least.


    Allied Health Media Appoints Tony Perlak as New Chief Executive Officer - Allied Health Media

    Allied Health Media (AHM), the leading provider of online continuing education in the allied health fields, has announced the appointment of Tony Perlak to the position of Chief Executive Officer. With over 20 years of diverse business leadership experience, Perlak previously served as Chief Marketing...

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Allied Health Media Awards & Accolades

  • Media Award, ASHA, 2014

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