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School Background

The New Millennium Training Center was founded by Art Lauter, M.S.  In addition to being a New York State Licensed School Teacher BS and Magna Cum Laude in Psychology and Grad work in Psych at LIU plus a M.S. in Education from Wagner College, Mr. Lauter has had an extensive 18 year background in the medical field to include serving as a Combat Medic and Operating Room Specialist with a MASH unit and a General Hospital unit in the United States Army.  Also, Mr. Lauter has experience serving as a Chief Ward Master in the Brooklyn Veterans Hospital, and later, after receiving a Presidential Commisssion, as an Assistant Detachment Commander of a Medical Unit. This experience prompted Mr. Lauter to start a New York State Licensed Home Healthcare Agency that was Nationally Accredited by JACHO .

As an adjunct to operating a successful  JACHO accredited and licensed home health care agency for almost 20 years, Mr. Lauter started the operation of a New York State Certified Home Health Aide Training Program in 1992.  With over twenty years experience in the health care field, Mr. Lauter established The Nurse Aide/ Nursing Assistant program and the Full Medical Assistant program consisting of phlebotomy, ecg, medical procedures, medical records and medical billing. Both of these excellent programs offer students the opportunity to continue their education in the expanding health care field and provide enrollees the opportunity to meet the community challenge for the future.


The New Millennium Training Center is in a convenient suburban setting with an abundance of public parking and the added convenience of being adjacent to public transportation.

The school address is 331 Seaview Avenue, Staten Island, NY.  The School can be contacted during normal business hours at the following number: (718) 667-7741. 

The school will accommodate approximately 20 to 25 students per class. The classroom has approximately 800 square feet of room.  The classroom is equipped with ample tables and chairs to accommodate all of the student trainees.  There is a full range of training aides including; TV/Video training aides, hospital beds, wheelchairs, commode, adult, junior and child mannequins, walkers, canes, crutches, basins, sheets, pillowcases, blankets, towels, gloves, masks, gowns, vital sign equipment, diabetic testing aides, ecg apperatus, phlebotomy tools and other standard supplies and equipment that will enhance the overall training experience.

There are ample eateries surrounding the school in a well-lit area.  The Seaview area is extremely convenient to all forms of public transportation, making it accessible from Staten Island, Brooklyn, Manhattan and New Jersey. Students come from all over the city and New Jersey on a daily basis. 

Admissions Policy

The school maintains a staff of representatives responsible for admissions.These representatives are New York State Education Department Licensed School Agents. Prospective students are required to schedule an interview at The New Millennium Training Center with the admission personnel.  At this time the representative will gladly explain the school's program in detail.

The New Millennium Training Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status, in the recruitment and admission of students, or in the operation of its programs and activities.


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