DENTAL CARE & HEALTH INSURANCE IN ONTARIO


In Canada, typically, a general dental/oral health care is not included in Canada Health Act (CHA). Most Canadians pay either themselves or through insurance for their oral health care services, which are chiefly being provided by privately operated dental clinics. Some dental services are covered through government dental programs, though. Many private Dental Insurance companies offer health coverage and dental coverage for Canadian residents, 18 to 64 years old, and not covered by an employer group plan or those who would like to supplement an existing plan.

Some community dental programs have dental services that are free or less expensive than regular dentists. In most cities in Ontario, the local community or public health department offers some free dental services. However, these services are only available to specific people (such as eligible seni

ors and children) and the clients/patients should contact their local community health department to find out what services are available in their community. For example, Peel Public Health offers basic dental services to low income seniors who qualify, especially, to help seniors who have no dental insurance have no access to any form of dental coverage including government programs such as Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP), Ontario Works (OW), and Non-Insured Health Benefits.

Diploma in Medical & Dental Office Administration (MDOA) Program at Springfield College provide training to produce knowledgeable and well-informed Healthcare Administrators who are adept at adjusting to new developments in health care regulations, technology, use of updated EMR Softwares and policies for Medical and Dental offices in Ontario. They become flexible, analytical and organized in applying learned knowledge, skills and clinical expertise into their medical & Dental practices at workplaces.

Diploma in MDOA at Springfield College make the students perfectionist while exercising professionalism in demeanor and work perspectives. They acquire skills and capabilities to effectively communicate with patients and office administration at all professional levels, specialties and roles. They keep themselves abreast of what goes on in their work environment or facility fulfilling daily responsibilities of an efficient employee.

Diploma in Medical & Dental Office Administration Program is conducted at our very conveniently located Brampton campus, serving the students from Brampton, Mississauga, Toronto and GTA.

Learn and advance your skills and knowledge of Medical administration in just few months instead of few years.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Attractive fees

  • Very convenient and easily accessible location by all transport means at Brampton

  • Best knowledge and information with emphasis on practicable skills in relevant fields of jobs

  • Small class sizes for personalized attention and best learning experience

  • Highly knowledgeable and Healthcare industry expert faculties, dedicated to tutor and guide students throughout the course

  • Emphasis on one-to-one support

  • Extreme positive feedback for training and programs from past and present students

  • Definite assistance in Job search and help to get jobs

Contact us for customized schedule for weekends and evenings too.

SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE OF HEALTH CARE, MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY

Bartley’s Square

1- Bartley Bull Parkway, Suite #19(2nd Floor)

Brampton, ON L6W3T7

(Across Shoppers World Brampton, Above Food Basics)

Tel: 905-216-1600

http://www.springfieldcollege.ca

E-Mail: info@ springfieldcollege.ca

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