COVID-19 Pandemic Inspires ASU's Occupational Therapy Students to Help Others!

Student’s enrolled in ASU’s master’s degree program in Occupational Therapy (OT) had worked long and hard to raise money to help pay for travel to their state conference and for a working trip to help orphans in Uganda ...

Read More

COVID-19 Testing Site at ASU

Alabama State University has partnered with the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) and the Montgomery Housing Authority (MHA) to provide free COVID-19 testing...

Read More

Howard University Hospital has opened a community health center in Ward 7

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic Howard University Hospital has opened a community health center in Ward 7...

Read More

2020 Annual Conference and Meeting



Welcome To The National Society Of Allied Health!

I welcome you to the official website of the National Society of Allied Health. We are a constituent organization of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) with schools and/or programs in allied health. Our primary aim is to serve as the voice for African Americans and others who are allied health faculty, students and clinicians who desire to address the health needs of under-served communities. We accomplish our purpose through leadership development, publications and through building alliances with organizations that share a similar focus.


Dr. Mary Simmons RRT, MPH, Ph.D.

Pictures From the 2019 Annual NSAH Conference

Click Here To View More Images

We invite you to peruse this site.  Familiarize yourself with the organization, its goals and its constituents.  See our membership categories. If you are interested in joining us to meet our noble mission, you are most welcome.

DONATE             JOIN