Lara Sader is a patient access supervisor with Global Patient Services at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
As a patient access supervisor for Global Medicine, Lara works as a liaison between incoming families and the various departments at CHOP. She coordinates the arrival, clinical review, and medical appointments for international patients coming from around the world. The Patient Access Coordinators work seamlessly with members from other departments in the hospital to ensure all aspects of families’ visits are coordinated and convenient.
Before coming to the United States, Lara worked as a teacher in Lebanon, offering private math lessons for elementary students. She has also worked at Rowan University, in both the dean’s office of the College of Education and the Assessment and Accreditation department. Lara is passionate about ensuring that all of international families’ needs are met, beyond their child’s treatment. She understands that international families may find it difficult to adjust to a new country and enjoys assisting them with whatever requests they may have.
Education and Training
BA in Law, Lebanese University School of Law, Beirut, Lebanon
MA in Higher Education Administration, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
Titles and Academic Titles
Patient Access Supervisor, Global Patient Services
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