We are committed to improving the health status of African Americans and economically disadvantaged populations through research, education, employment, and community services.

Develop Allied Health Leaders

Our Goals

To develop allied health leaders with expertise in education, administration, advocacy, research, practice and service delivery.

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The official voice for HBCUs


We are the official voice for Historically Black Colleges and Universities with schools or programs of allied health, providing a forum for faculty, students, and practitioner development.

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A premiere, self-sustaining organization

Our Vision

We will be recognized nationally and internationally for its role in addressing health disparities in education, professional development and health care delivery in African American communities…

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Who We Are

Committed to improving the health status of African Americans


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The Journal of the National Society of Allied Health is published annually.

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Days of Giving

Days of Giving

NSAH Days of Giving. Thank you for your support.
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2022 Conference Information

2022 Conference Information

Survival and Transformation of Allied Health Education at HBCUs during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
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Careers in Allied Health

There are five million allied health care providers in the United States, who work in more than 80 different professions and represent approximately 60% of all health care providers. The number of allied health care providers is likely to grow as jobs in the health care industry will grow from 15.6 million to 19.8 million between 2010 and 2020. An increasing number of those jobs will require people with bachelor’s and graduate degrees.

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Benefits of Joining The NSAH

Join The National Society of Allied Health

The NSAH connects you with colleagues for communication and collaboration in identifying career opportunities, conducting scholarly activities, and planning health promotion and prevention activities that impact the African American community.
We also provide mentors for students attending HBCU’s and other Colleges and Universities that have Allied Health programs.

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