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  • Reviewed: 8/23/2021
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"I came to this school in search of a CPC certification. I already have a bachelor's degree and wanted the cpc cert to pursue my career in health information management. Although the instructor was awesome I did not know until the end of my term that I was not getting a CPC but a CCS certification which was a complete bummer because of the pay difference. However, I did get a chance to learn a lot about coding and how to actually code. I passed the certification with a 92 and now getting ready for externship. Once I start working after a few months I will take the cpc exam and hope I score just as high."
  • Reviewed: 7/20/2021
  • Degree: Medical Assistant
  • Reviewed: 7/18/2021
  • Degree: Dental Assistant
"VETERANS LOOKING TO USE YOUR GI BILL BE CAREFUL! They didn’t tell me I had 30 days from my registration date to give them a Certificate of Eligibility from the VA (the print ready version on EBenefits wasn’t good enough on top of that the one I provided they “lost”) so they tried to tell me I had to pay for everything out of pocket. The financial aid office never answered the phone when I called and I wasn’t notified of this “30-day thing until a few days before the deadline. I had just finished Mod 1 with Dr. George (he’s such a good instructor) and moved on to Mod 2. I had to stop everything because I hadn’t received my official COE in the mail yet. I wasted 2 months with them and owe the VA money now because they were actually paid. Take you GI bill elsewhere!"
Shannon throckmorton
  • Reviewed: 4/7/2021
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"While attending CHCP I lost 2 People in my life. Not due to Covid. We also all dealt with learning virtually, students and teachers. The month I graduated my 24 year old son was diagnosed with stage 3C colon cancer. Thank god I was done with school I would have never been able to suffer through that. The career service agent that was assigned to me was Tamilyah (I’m sure that’s spelled wrong). She reached out to me and I cried to her a stranger over the phone more than once. I explained to her that I was not ready to go look for work due to my sons diagnosis. She continued to check on me very frequently. As soon as I told her I thought was ready to work with in that week I had several interviews. I have received the best opportunity to work with some very amazing women that are willing to teach and train me and I have to give all that credit to Tamilyah. She was absolutely wonderful!!! Also Ms.Vicki she also would check on my son and ask how things were going. Just really made me feel I was more than just a student. I can’t say thank you enough for all y’all’s hard work ladies."
  • Reviewed: 11/18/2020
  • Degree: Accounting
"This is the worst online school experience I've ever had. I would not recommend this program to my worst enemy. Having to constantly deal with miscommunication, false promises, and lost documents is not worth the benefits of doing an online course. I should have done more searching before committing to this program because the stress of having to deal with the professors and administration makes the learning experience miserable. I fully regret my decision to start this program and I truly hope that whoever considers this course in the future does more searching and finds a program that is better organized and is focused on students success."
Carla D
  • Reviewed: 1/25/2020
  • Degree: Medical Assistant
"When I was looking for a school to attend it was not easy, one reason is due to the fact that I had been out of school for so many years. When the Counselor at that time called I felt welcome. She assured me I would do great and I did. The professor’s there is awesome I have my favorites of course from the No nonsense(Ms. Dani Johnson, encouraged me even when I wasn’t in her class) Ms K always gave me a hand and hug. Ms. Celeste is a sweetheart. I experience many more staff and administrators that help me through with if only a smile. Chcp involves team work. From you the student to the class room and people you talk too. Thank you All for everything."
  • Reviewed: 11/20/2019
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"I am 48 years old and never went to college. I decided to try medical billing and coding as a way to bring income into the home and still stay at home at some point down the road. I did A LOT of research looking for the right program for me and for one that was a GOOD program. I have friends in the medical field and I showed them the list of courses I would be taking at CHCP to see what they thought and they said they looked very good. Most online schools do not offer the vast courses that CHCP does and are only for a very short period of time (6 months or so) and are not accredited. I chose to check out CHCP NW campus. I was very excited to get started and very anxious as I had not been a student for 30 years and, at first, I was a bit overwhelmed and wondered what I had gotten myself into. Well, I stuck by it and I am so glad I did!!! I have found the school to be AMAZING!!!! I had 2 teachers there and I loved them both. My instructor for my MCB class, Mrs. Shackleford, was by far the most amazing, kind, caring, helpful, and supportive person. She was beyond my expectations. I was not "just another student" to her. I am about to be finished with my externship now and I truly miss going to class. She made the information meaningful and not just something in a book (a really really big book!). We, as students, were able to freely ask questions without feeling stupid and we would help each other openly discuss things and apply the situations to our lives personally and to real life examples so that we could all understand them. Mrs. Shackelford cares about each of her students as people and truly wants them to succeed. She has a 100% pass rate and that is by no accident. She works hard with each student to make sure that we all are where we need to be and are totally prepared for our certification exam. She also encourages us to go as far as we'd like with our education and our career goals. I would recommend this course to anyone interested in medical billing and coding and I actually already have to several people."
  • Reviewed: 1/30/2019
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"I went for my Medical Biller Coder but what they don't tell you is that their Certification will NOT get a job as a Professional Coder at all you might can be a biller which is still ok but they pay isn't great compared to the pay of a Coder at all no where close. And the coder books you pay for are good to learn the gest of Coding but their useless because when your done with the program the book change every year and your Cert is not for coding. I just wish they would of told me I needed the CPC through the AAPC to be considerate and Professional Coder making the big bucks. So now I'm back in school for my CPC putting myself in more debt but I know for sure it's the real thing. But the teachers a awesome the people are great but the program is one in which did not get me to where I was trying to be. But I did get the learning gest for being a coder but I just couldn't be one with their Cert they offer. You must have a CPC or higher Cert to make great money."
  • Reviewed: 12/5/2018
  • Degree: Ultrasound Technician
"This was the absolute worst 2 years of my life & a complete waste of my time, they TRICK you into thinking you re getting a degree when in reality you are not getting what you pay for. Im in so much debt because of this school I dont know how they sleep at night doing this to people"
  • Reviewed: 10/26/2018
  • Degree: Sonography
"The College of Healthcare Professions Austin is a great school to get an Associated Degree in Diagnostic Medical Sonography. The class is small and instructors are great. I am graduating in March 2019 and I am so excited. My dream to become a sonographer will be fulfilled soon. We have three great instructors who are very helpful and really cares for us. They're always there for us. They always makes sure that we are focus. We are just like a small family. Thanks to all the staff of CHCP that helped me to be admitted to CHCP from the admission advisor, financial advisor, and to all my loving and caring instructors. P.S. Also, I wanted to thank our President, and our Director of Education for being there for us too."
Cesar Manzanera
  • Reviewed: 3/13/2018
  • Degree: Ultrasound Technician
"Great Program . Great Teachers . Students that are graduating.form the ultrasound program have the fundamental principle in order to be success on this competitive field . High recommend this program for Those who are looking for a quality program in ultrasound in San Antonio"
  • Reviewed: 12/14/2017
  • Degree: Licensed Vocational Nurse
"I enjoyed my nursing education experience with CHCP. The staff were supportive. The clinical rotations were also very helpful with the learning experience. I recommend CHCP to anyone who wants a good education. I was also offered a nursing position the same week I passed my NCLEX!"
Walter Flowers
  • Reviewed: 12/5/2017
  • Degree: Medical Assistant
"Great school, quality graduates. Technicak skills are excellent along with work ethic taught. I usually hire mist externs from this school. Staff really care about students and success of students. Mr. S is a excellent representative of the school"
Carla Hines
  • Reviewed: 5/13/2017
  • Degree: Medical Office Administration
"After working in the banking field for so long, I decided I wanted to go back to school, I seen a commercial on T.V. about the College of Health Care Profession and I called, It was easy to get in, and I took off from there. Going back was something I had always wanted I carried a 4.0 gpa made it and here I am with a diploma May 25, 2017, I will walk with my head high. I am so proud of myself and CHCP for the chance I was given Not a lot of hard work, just work. Now I am ready to do something I have wanted to do work with people I know I can help. Thank you CHCP."
  • Reviewed: 2/28/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Administration
"I returned to school after working in the healthcare industry for 20 years, to acquire a degree in Health Care Administration/Management. CHCP is just like any other college or university, you will come in contact with a professor that are firm; meaning his/her expectations are average, as they take inconsideration that their students are working, taking care of family. Another professor maybe overly firm; meaning his/her expectations or very high and uncaring. Other than the issues with a few uncaring instructors, I have had a great experience at CHCP. My opinion to everyone that are contemplating on attending school at CHCP, evaluate your personal situation to see if you will be able to handle the weekly assignments. If there is something you don't agree with follow the chain of commands. Remember communication is the key to all problems."
  • Reviewed: 2/28/2017
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"Choosing the right school to continue your education can be a difficult process. On a whim I called CHCP just to get some information. The feedback I received impacted my decision greatly and I will never forget it! I've been a student on the Medical Assistant program since July 2016. It's been an interesting and learning experience for me. Online school gives you the opportunity to be able to keep your home life the same and you can choose the hours you want to do your assignments. The best part for me is clinical s, being able to go to campus and get hands on learning! Online courses however, offers simulation situations and gives you the opportunity to take what you have learned and try it out on a scenario. It's great practice. CHCP is a great school I would recommend it, especially to those who would like to start their career in the medical field and don't have time to go to campus you have the option to go online! Good Luck to you all! -Stephanie-"
  • Reviewed: 2/27/2017
  • Degree: Radiology Technician
"I first attended CHCP back in 2014 and eventually became a licensed Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist. I later decided that I needed to further my education and to have more opportunities in the field of radiography, so at the end of 2016 I enrolled in the Radiologic Technologist program online. I'm currently pursuing my AAS degree and look forward to what lies ahead in the future. Taking online classes at CHCP allows you the convenience of being able to complete assignments around work duties and other life activities. If you have the patience and time to dedicate, then taking an online course a CHCP may be just what you are looking for."
Anthony Brawley
  • Reviewed: 2/25/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Management
"I have been attending CHCP online courses for Healthcare Management in the Associates Degree program since January 2016, and I love it. I am a student who works full time and my job takes most of my time. But with attending online it's so flexible where I can still do my job and complete assignments on time. So far CHCP has been a great experience for me."
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  • Reviewed: 2/24/2017
  • Degree: Electronics
"The best choice I could've taken is CHCP, it's convenient, efficient, easy, adaptive, helpful, and educational. I have taken online courses before and I was always felt lost, alone, with no one to answer any of my questions until I joined CHCP. I am so happy I registered and joined CHCP it's the best decision of my life. From the advisors to Professors, and even the directors of CHCP acknowledge you. One on one is what they specialize in, they will call you on a weekly basis just to make sure that you are mentally, emotionally and physically OK. Thank you CHCP for being a phenomenal college."
  • Reviewed: 2/10/2017
  • Degree: Healthcare Informatics
"The only staff member that was helpful was my academic advisor. I received my A.S. in 2016. I decided to continue for my Bachelor's, once almost through the enrollment process this new advisor realized that I didn't reside in TX and I can not go to the school anymore. Then to top it off none of my credits transfer due to the low level accreditation. The school my credits do transfer to the tuition is outrageous. All this money spent and I can not even continue on with my Bachelors without starting from square 1."