Lily-rose 523 Views
Joined: May 4, '10;
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For a minute I also considered FDU but Felician is more prompt to accept you (Instant decision Day etc)... But now, I am reconsidering it because I am trying to keep as much as credits as crdits.
Good luck in FDU ;-)
I have a little dilemna. I leave in bergen County and by next semester, I shall have my Associate in Liberal Arts. I then have 2 choices, either I go to Felician college (a private school, no waiting list) or I go to Rutgers. But however, I am not sure if Rutgers has a waiting list or not?
Thank you so much guys. I recently apply to a Patient access job. Hopefully I will get hired because I surely have all those requisites ;-)
From what I found on Google, its like a receptionnist/secratary/insurace follow up rep. Most hospital have it But i need and inside opinion about it
what are the qualities you need to have to be an efficient Patient access representive? What is the exact job descrption? starting salary?
Felician is very expensive and money-hungry. What I would suggest you to do is take as many classes as you can at bergen (electives, A&PI, A&PII etc) THEN transfer to Felician. You will then pay less money than if you stay the whole time at Felician AND you will end up with a BSN instead of an associates. Hope it help :-)
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