The Harvard Institute of Health Sciences

About Us

Harvard Institute of Health Sciences (HIHS)

The Philosophy

Harvard Institute of Health Sciences (HIHS) exists for the purpose of helping those who want to help themselves, and we believe in the dignity of each individual who has the right to a job that will pay enough to fulfill basic human needs.  At HIHS, each individual is treated as an individual with unique aspirations, needs and abilities. All of the Harvard Institute of Health Sciences training is to the point, short term and intensive. Most adults cannot afford to spend several years gaining job skills, and at HIHS they do not have to.

The Mission

The Harvard Institute of Health Sciences Mission is based on philosophy of self-determination. HIHS is dedicated to providing quality educational and training opportunities to those individuals seeking the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain entry-level employment in allied health or related professions, to become further credentialed to advance their career, and/or  to equip graduates with skill-specific expertise to gain a competitive edge in the workforce.


Harvard Institute of Health Sciences’ role in achieving this mission is to keep current with employer expectations, and maintain those expectations based on academic standards. And, to support this mission, the faculty and staff are committed:

  • To provide programs of study that are educationally sound, up-to-date, of high quality and demonstrably effective to prepare our graduates for the current job market.
  • To maintain a clear and consistent admissions process that accurately represents the institution while producing enough enrollments to sustain the institution’s financial stability.
  • To ensure proper and ethical administration of all financial aspects of the institution.
  • To establish and maintain effective and constructive long-lasting employer relationships or networks that will result in achieving externship and employment placement goals. This will ultimately ensure the success of our students and graduates.
  • To provide effective student services that recognizes individual differences.
  • To ensure successful student retention, graduation, and employability where applicable.

Licensing/Approval & Affiliations

Harvard Institute of Health Sciences is approved/affiliated by the following agencies:

Florida Board of Nursing

4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin C-02
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3252
(850) 488-0595

National Healthcareer Association (NHA)

11161 Overbrook Road

Leawood, Kansas 66211

Phone: (913) 661-5592

Fax: (913) 661-6291

Board of Nephrology Examiners Nursing & Technology (BONENT), Inc.

100 S. Washington Street

Rockville MD 20850

Phone: (202) 462-1252

Fax: (202) 463-1257


376 S Bayview Ave
Freeport, NY 11520

Phone: 516-868-6800

Fax: 516-442-3222

CE Broker

Phone: 877-434-6323.

American Medical Certification Associations (AMCA)

194 US Highway 46 East

Fairfield, NJ 07004

Phone: 973.582.1800   Fax: 973.582.1801

Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB)

215 Constitution Avenue NW, Suite 101

Washington, DC 20037

Phone: (800) 363-8012

Fax: (202) 888-1699

Hours of Operation

Office Hours

Monday– Friday —————— 8:30am– 5:00pm

Classes Hours

Monday –Thursday —————-8:00am– 10:00pm

Friday ——————————–8:00am– 6:00pm

Saturday —————————– 9:00am–3:00pm

Close for lunch ———————- 12pm- 1pm

Holidays Hours: Closed on the following holidays)

July ——————————Independence Day

September ———————- Labor Day

October ————————- Columbus Day

November ———————-Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day

December ———————–Christmas Day 

January: ————————-New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day

February ————————President’s Day

April ——————————Good Friday

May ——————————Memorial Day

Financial Services

“Education is an investment in your future!”

Learn about the Harvard Institute of Health Sciences acceptable payment options.

  1. Payment in full on or before the first day of class.

2. Private Loans

Private education loans, sometimes called alternative loans, are available for students who have a need to cover educational costs. Private loans are offered by private lenders. Eligibility for private student loans often depends on the student’s credit score.

3. Installment Plans

These plans will be set up based upon the student’s ability to make monthly or quarterly payments over the length of the program, with a minimum down payment made on or before the first day of class.

4. Employer Reimbursement

Many employers have programs that reimburse students for educational costs. Students should contact the personnel office at their place of employment to determine if such funding is available for attendance at the School.

5. CareerSource

6. Tuition Program Discounts

Harvard Institute of Health Sciences provides a variety of tuition program discounts and scholarship options to its enrolled students, alumni, and community partners. The Institution does not participate in Title IV at this time.

For more information on tuition, fees, and costs please contact us.

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