New Hope Center for Reproductive Medicine

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MEET THE STAFF AT NEW HOPE CENTER FOR REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE

Tammie Poe, BBA: ART Administrator

Tammie S. Poe joined the New Hope team in 1998, shortly after completing four years in the United States Air Force. Tammie started education at York College but received her Bachelor’s in Business & Healthcare Administration from AIU (American Intercontinental University)- and started at New Hope as a Financial Counselor and manager of the billing department. Through her consultations and interactions with patients, Tammie’s passion and commitment to the New Hope mission grew, and she noticed more and more patients who needed financial assistance to continue with their treatments. Determined to find a solution to this problem, Tammie organized The New Hope Center’s relationship with five full-service banks and three online finance agencies. She also created and developed New Hope Center’s in-house financial assistance programs, C.A.R.E.S. This program has helped hundreds of patients afford the fertility treatments they need, and will continue to help more in the future. In Tammie’s words, she believes that “every person and couple deserves to experience the joy that comes along with having a family, and I refuse to accept that cost alone should be allowed to dictate which services are made available to a patient.”

Tammie Poe, BBA: ART Administrator

Tammie Poe, BBA: ART Administrator

Tammie S. Poe joined the New Hope team in 1998, shortly after completing four years in the United States Air Force. Tammie started education at York College but received her Bachelor’s in Business & Healthcare Administration from AIU (American Intercontinental University)- and started at New Hope as a Financial Counselor and manager of the billing department. Through her consultations and interactions with patients, Tammie’s passion and commitment to the New Hope mission grew, and she noticed more and more patients who needed financial assistance to continue with their treatments. Determined to find a solution to this problem, Tammie organized The New Hope Center’s relationship with five full-service banks and three online finance agencies. She also created and developed New Hope Center’s in-house financial assistance programs, C.A.R.E.S. This program has helped hundreds of patients afford the fertility treatments they need, and will continue to help more in the future. In Tammie’s words, she believes that “every person and couple deserves to experience the joy that comes along with having a family, and I refuse to accept that cost alone should be allowed to dictate which services are made available to a patient.”

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