Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions at Community College of Philadelphia: Overview

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At the Community College of Philadelphia through Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions program you can gain degrees of the following award levels: Associate's degree. The lessons of this program will be conducted at 1700 Spring Garden St.

The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 36 or more and 38.9% of students are men. 16.7% of students studying the Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions program are non-residents of the United States.

Community College of Philadelphia campus is safe for students with 0.07% of maximum crimes a year. Burglary, robbery and motor vehicle theft are the most frequently noticed crimes. Academic/career counselling and employment services available for students. 7% of students have financial aid.

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Checked with Cranial remolding Dept twice to make sure they took my insurance and I was told both times that they did. I made a two hour trip with my 6 month old twins just to be told that they didn’t take my insurance and I would have to pay $6000 out of pocket. When mentioned that I had already submitted my insurance information to the department and was told it would be covered, they told me that they tell everyone that- his words “come one, come all mentality.” If I didn’t have to spend 4 hours on the road with infants, this probably wouldn't have been a huge deal. Staff is full of incompetent people being extremely inconsiderate. I called Level 4 and they took my babies in right away- verified insurance and we were on our way. Just FYI- HMO is not accepted at UT HEALTH SA! Don’t fall for their scam.

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I'm not sure what's going on with ophthalmology department. I went for my eye exam, paid my co pay. Got exam for glasses and contacts. About a week later received a bill for $75 for contact fittings. I had a follow up visit, which I should not been charged a co pay but I had to pay $35 for follow up. I tried to dispute it and I kept being told the insurance had changed. Even the Doctor agreed with me that i should have not been charged for either, it was covered by SuperiorVision. Verified with insurance and it had not changed. They finally admitted that I should have not paid for follow up. Requested that my $35 be refunded to directly. According to them they could not refund because I had a $75 balance. I made a claim with the insurance and received the money back. In the notes for the check it read: (PR-45) & (Co-45)"Charge exceeds fee schedule/maximum allowable or contracted/legislated fee arrangement". UT Health ophthalmology is over charging patient, many of whom are elderly. Taking advantage of people. They need to retrain or train correctly the person's working the in their department. They are overcharging , regardless what the insurance companies rules are. I do not recommend department to anyone or give this department any stars, I had to enter at least one star because it didn't let me post without. This department needs to be looked over and make sure it is following insurance policies and not overcharging customers.

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I'm a student nurse at UT Health San Antonio and I love it. For those interested in a BSN this is a great school. The professors and clinical instructors are amazing people who truly care about your success as a future registered nurse. Clinical placements are sometimes unfortunately cancelled and the one in charge of that department rarely is helpful so 1/5 stars for that individual. Nonetheless, this is a wonderful place to start your nursing journey.

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Came here for an eye appointment. Scheduled the appointment, and they charged me $100 more than they said their prices were a week ago. I said, really, your prices went up $100 in the last week? They said "yes". Then they tried to get me to do a simple test that I had the documents saying I already did the test. It was a $275 test on top of the regular exam that they charged me for, a test I had already done, and had the results on paper for them! When I called, the receptionist said there was no need for me to do the test again, but when I show up, they insisted that I do it again. They finally decided I didn't need to do it. I needed a paper filled out saying why I was out of work that day, the doctor said it would get filled out and returned. Then they tell me there's a $25 charge for that too?? For a place that receives a lot of grants, they sure are pricey and nickle and dime the heck out of you! For a Regular Eye Exam! I paid in full at the desk, then I get a bill in the mail saying I haven't paid! And it's for more money than I paid at the desk! Horrible service. Long wait times. What they tell you on the phone is completely different than what they tell you when you get there. Many hidden fees.

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I am a student at this school and I feel blessed to have been taught such a wonderful staff. There are many opportunities to get involved with the community and treat patients early on in our medical careers, and I love the way medical ethics and compassion is stressed in our curriculum. Being a student here has been a gift.

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