Latifa Bjiguel is a patient access supervisor with Global Patient Services at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
As a Patient Access Supervisor for Global Medicine, Latifa coordinates care and access to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and facilitates services for international patients. She enjoys working directly with all families around the world and ensures they feel welcomed and confident while accessing care at CHOP.
Prior to CHOP, Latifa spent many years in education as a Certified Elementary School teacher.
Latifa received her Administrative Medical Assistant Diploma from DPT Business School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She attended Fez University in Morocco. She is multilingual in English, Arabic, French and Spanish.
Education and Training
Bachelor’s Degree - Fez University Morocco
Administrative Medical Assistant Diploma - DPT Business School, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Patient Access Supervisor, Global Patient Services
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