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BMCC Leads CUNY's Participation in New Simulation Center for Health Sciences
BMCC receives $21 million to partner with NYU Langone Medical Center, in creating a state-of-the-art health science simulation center.

BMCC: The City's Only Accredited Program in Health Information Technology

To take the Registered Health Information Technology (RHIT) exam, you need an associate’s degree in HIT from a CAHIIM-accredited program—and BMCC is the only place to get it.

The Department of Allied Health Sciences offers three professional programs: Paramedic Program, Health Information Technology, and Respiratory Therapy. Students successfully completing these programs are awarded the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree and are qualified to work as technicians or therapists in a variety of health care agencies.

For more information about a career in Allied Health Sciences, please visit: American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) , Respiratory Therapists, Paramedic
Learn more about job growth & income potential, certification requirements, as well as how to get started.

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