Marsha A. Wurtz, MSN

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  • 3551 North Broad Street

    Philadelphia, PA 19140

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  • 215-430-4098

About Marsha A. Wurtz, MSN

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This Hospital was God's gift to me. I had polio at 9 months old which left my right arm paralized and hanging useless at my side. They accepted me as patient at the age of 7 and my parents and I attended their clinics for the next 6 years. We prayed every day for months before the clinic visits that I was ready to be a patient in Philadelphia. Thyen one rainy day when I was 13 they answered our prayers. Yes I am crying now as I cried then and I am 70 now. They took me for an entire year and after 4 surgeries, a very difficult school year, the Best Christmas of my life, I was discharged. I will never forget the day I saw my arm bend by itself, I knew they were akin God himself. When I was able to raise my arm I cried for days thanking them. They turned my life around, and gave me the tools I needed to succeed in a nonhandicapped world. I went in making C's in the 7th and 8th grade and came out and made A's throughout high school. Went to college and ultimately earned a PH.D. from Purdue University. All I am, and have been I owe to every Mason and Shriner, Shriner's Philadelphia hospital, Dr. Moore and his staff, and the Angels who took care of mewhile I was in their care. This is no way I can ever thank them all or enough but every man I see with a masoninc ring, pin, or auto license I shake their hand and sincerely try to thank them as I unsuccessfuly try to choke back the tears and emotions I still feel after 51 years.

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This Hospital was God's gift to me. I had polio at 9 months old which left my right arm paralized and hanging useless at my side. They accepted me as patient at the age of 7 and my parents and I attended their clinics for the next 6 years. We prayed every day for months before the clinic visits that I was ready to be a patient in Philadelphia. Thyen one rainy day when I was 13 they answered our prayers. Yes I am crying now as I cried then and I am 70 now. They took me for an entire year and after 4 surgeries, a very difficult school year, the Best Christmas of my life, I was discharged. I will never forget the day I saw my arm bend by itself, I knew they were akin God himself. When I was able to raise my arm I cried for days thanking them. They turned my life around, and gave me the tools I needed to succeed in a nonhandicapped world. I went in making C's in the 7th and 8th grade and came out and made A's throughout high school. Went to college and ultimately earned a PH.D. from Purdue University. All I am, and have been I owe to every Mason and Shriner, Shriner's Philadelphia hospital, Dr. Moore and his staff, and the Angels who took care of mewhile I was in their care. This is no way I can ever thank them all or enough but every man I see with a masoninc ring, pin, or auto license I shake their hand and sincerely try to thank them as I unsuccessfuly try to choke back the tears and emotions I still feel after 51 years.

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In my opinion Shriners hospital are the best .My son has a severe conditions of tumors he been in treatment since he was a year old my son is eighteen years old now and im very satisfied with there treatment and my son is a normal kid

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In my opinion Shriners hospital are the best .My son has a severe conditions of tumors he been in treatment since he was a year old my son is eighteen years old now and im very satisfied with there treatment and my son is a normal kid

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I thought since they depend on donations, they will rather be respectable and care for the children they get. Unfortunately, its the opposite. They make you feel horrible just for the fact that its free care. Its funny, they take my insurance anytime I go there. The Doctors are perfect but Administrative staff Stinks!!!!

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I thought since they depend on donations, they will rather be respectable and care for the children they get. Unfortunately, its the opposite. They make you feel horrible just for the fact that its free care. Its funny, they take my insurance anytime I go there. The Doctors are perfect but Administrative staff Stinks!!!!

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My son had surgery at the Shriners hospital in Philadelphia a few years ago and continues to receive follow up care. We could go elsewhere since we have decent insurance, but we chose Shriners because of the excellent medical care (that is our first priority - getting the best care for our child) and also for the wonderful, caring environment that my son is treated in.

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My son had surgery at the Shriners hospital in Philadelphia a few years ago and continues to receive follow up care. We could go elsewhere since we have decent insurance, but we chose Shriners because of the excellent medical care (that is our first priority - getting the best care for our child) and also for the wonderful, caring environment that my son is treated in.

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I find the Shriners Hospitals to be one of the most charitable, giving organizations in the world. Wholly funded by donations and the Shriners Endowment fund, they offer their services *without charge*, with no preference to race, sex or country of origin to all children under the age of eighteen. They aren't a burden to our medical system, they don't require anything but a caring, open heart and mind from their patients parents and so it saddens me to hear reviews like Jean gave.

Dear jean,
Do you think that if you paid tens of thousands for your services at a traditional facility, you would have received better care in a more timely manner? If so, then why not do it?

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I find the Shriners Hospitals to be one of the most charitable, giving organizations in the world. Wholly funded by donations and the Shriners Endowment fund, they offer their services *without charge*, with no preference to race, sex or country of origin to all children under the age of eighteen. They aren't a burden to our medical system, they don't require anything but a caring, open heart and mind from their patients parents and so it saddens me to hear reviews like Jean gave.

Dear jean,
Do you think that if you paid tens of thousands for your services at a traditional facility, you would have received better care in a more timely manner? If so, then why not do it?

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They didn't keep their word to schedule his surgery in the spring of this year 2009 like they told us last fall. they pushed him to OCTOBER of 2009 and he has suffered in pain in a broken crappy seating system wheelchair and they kept telling me to hold off getting a new seating system because he would need a new seating system to go with his "new much more straighter back". I made my kid suffer through the winter and him crying as he got off the bus cause his back hurt yesterday was the last straw. His file was misplaced and they had to redo the surgery list and my son is at the bottom instead of the top. Shriner's stinks and although they started off to a good start they stink now. My poor son.

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They didn't keep their word to schedule his surgery in the spring of this year 2009 like they told us last fall. they pushed him to OCTOBER of 2009 and he has suffered in pain in a broken crappy seating system wheelchair and they kept telling me to hold off getting a new seating system because he would need a new seating system to go with his "new much more straighter back". I made my kid suffer through the winter and him crying as he got off the bus cause his back hurt yesterday was the last straw. His file was misplaced and they had to redo the surgery list and my son is at the bottom instead of the top. Shriner's stinks and although they started off to a good start they stink now. My poor son.

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i love this hospital . both my boys come here.the staff helps not only the patient but also the family. i recomend this hospital to everyone , when your child is in the hospital, its like you all are family.

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i love this hospital . both my boys come here.the staff helps not only the patient but also the family. i recomend this hospital to everyone , when your child is in the hospital, its like you all are family.

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Shriners hospital is suc a good hospital. Took care of my daughter great and she loved it there. Doctors were very nice spoke to me in a referance I could understand.

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Shriners hospital is suc a good hospital. Took care of my daughter great and she loved it there. Doctors were very nice spoke to me in a referance I could understand.

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Thi is a great hospital for children. The staff is so loving and great with the kids. They try to keep the children in good spirits while they are in there. It is also very clean. The doctors are great too. All around its the best

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Thi is a great hospital for children. The staff is so loving and great with the kids. They try to keep the children in good spirits while they are in there. It is also very clean. The doctors are great too. All around its the best

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Shriners Hospital for Children is a wonderful place because they treat children with orthopedic problems at no charge, or at a reduced rate depending on your income. They do not worry about the $, it's the children that are important. Every one is very nice and attentive.

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Shriners Hospital for Children is a wonderful place because they treat children with orthopedic problems at no charge, or at a reduced rate depending on your income. They do not worry about the $, it's the children that are important. Every one is very nice and attentive.

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