Director Dental Services Job Description Sample
Dental Assistant - Dental Services
Assists dentist by performing patient care duties during dental procedures.
The Dental Assistant performs chairside duties of patient care such as:
Passing instruments to the dentist during dental procedures;
Operating oral evacuation equipment, retractors, and water and air sprays;
Monitoring the patient's behavior and vital signs upon request of the dentist;
Taking routine x-rays such as bite wings.
Explains procedures and provides support to patients. Instructs patient, family, and/or healthcare staff in basic oral hygiene
Completes patient records and schedules reappointments
Cleans and sterilizes instruments. Prepares and arranges instrument trays and conducts inventory and restocks supplies.
Mixes impression and filling material.
Processes and mounts x-ray films.
Graduation from an approved dental assistant course (or equivalent combination of education, training and experience).
If graduation from an approved dental assistant course: No prior experience required.
If a High School diploma or GED: One (1) year of on-the-job training as a dental assistant.
Dental Assistance X-Ray certification
Executive Director – Government Dental Programs - Florida
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The Executive Director role is a key leadership position focused on ensuring the organization delivers patient-centered, high quality and efficient care for its dental Medicaid membership. The Executive Director will act as liaison between UHC and Florida Health and Human Services (HHS) to ensure contract compliance. Additionally, this position is also responsible for oversight of our overall clinical strategy and operational model. This role will serve as stewardship of external local relationships including our State Partner and providers, improvement in quality and health outcomes metrics, affordability and cost savings initiatives.
Ensuring compliance with HHS regulatory contract requirements and implementing timely solutions as needed
Receiving and responding to all inquiries and requests made by HHS, in the timeframes and formats specified by HHS
Attending and participating in regular meetings or conference calls with HHS to review performance and resolve issues
Driving timelines and deliverables for all operational components including those performed by our subcontractors
Oversight for the development and growth of our statewide dental network to insure access and adequacy
Leads the organization in identifying health care cost drivers and cost reduction opportunities, by leveraging data analysis and health care economics resources and tools
Partners with local health services teams to ensure local clinical programs are executed appropriately, efficiently, effectively and within State compliance guidelines
Identify community and local partnerships for program innovation, development and improvement
Leverages understanding of State contract and State program objectives to ensure health plan is pro-actively advancing the State relationship, and positioning UHC as an innovative, thought leader
Partners with community organizations and the provider community, as well as with colleague MCOs, to advance the State agenda and our overall clinical model
10 years of experience as an executive leader with responsibility for operations, clinical standards, quality management, and in a health plan organization
5 years of operational focus with demonstrated data analysis / interpretation acumen, project management, change management, and execution skills
Position based in Florida
Undergraduate Degree or advanced degree
5 years of experience in Medicaid / Medicare government programs
Experience working for FQHC, dental insurance carrier, academic institution, or organized dentistry desirable
Self-motivated and able to work with little direct supervision and drive results with disciplined follow-though
Strong strategic thinking and business acumen with the ability to align clinical and operational related strategies and recommendations with business objectives
Adaptable and flexible style of collaborating with key stakeholders in setting direction
Proven ability to quickly gain credibility, influence and partner with employees, business leaders, state partners and the clinical community
High integrity with a reputation of a trusted confidential advisor and partner
Visibility and involvement in community outreach effort
Ability to develop relationships with network and community physicians and other providers
Demonstrated leadership ability and outcomes in a complex or large organizational setting
Excellent presentation skills for both clinical and nonclinical audiences
Ability to drive change, influence individuals at all levels of the organization and to take appropriate risks and consensus building
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This is a professional position of a highly complex nature involving the direction and coordination of the dental program of the primary care clinic. The work is performed independently with clinical oversight provided by the Corporate Dental Director and/or Vice President of Clinical Affairs. Administrative supervision is provided by the Program Administrator. The Dental Director must operate in accordance with the terms and conditions of the various contracts and grants providing for the funding of programs and projects.
Graduate of approved dental school.
Minimum of one year experience in the general practice of dentistry preferred.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Must obtain by date of hire and maintain current throughout employment:
New Mexico dental license and any other licensure needed to carry out practice.
Certification with the Drug Enforcement Division of the Department of Justice and registration with the New Mexico Board of Pharmacy.
BLS/CPR certification. Certification must meet the requirements listed in the document "BLS / CPR / ACLS & First Aid Training Resources" posted on Staurolite.
This position requires successful completion of an initial post-offer of employment:
- According to PMS Human Resources Policy 205.006, "Healthcare Personnel Testing & Immunization Requirements," this position must comply with required testing and immunizations. Testing and immunizations including TB, Hepatitis B (consent or waiver), Tdap, MMR, and Varicella, will be available at the employee's PMS health center. Influenza vaccines will be required according to dates set by the CDC and NMDOH.
If assigned to the Checkerboard Area Health System, this position requires successful completion of an initial post-offer of employment:
- Criminal Records Check.
Director Of Community Dental Practices
Job Title Director of Community Dental Practices Position Number 000712 Vacancy Open to All Candidates Department HSH SODM PEXMA Management Department Homepage http://www.ecu.edu/sodm/ Advertising Department DENTAL MEDICINE, SCHOOL OF Division Health Sciences Classification Title Assistant Professor Working Title Dental - - Director of Community Dental Practices (faculty) Number of Vacancies 1 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) 1.0 Full Time or Part Time Full Time Recruitment Range Commensurate with Qualifications Position Location (City) Greenville Position Type Faculty (Teaching) Job Category Faculty (Teaching) Organizational Unit Overview
The Director of Community Dental Practices works within the School of Dental Medicine's (SoDM) Office of Extramural Clinical Practices and reports to the Assistant/Associate Dean for Extramural Clinical Practices in collaboration with offices of Clinical Affairs, the Vice Dean, Educational Support and Faculty Development, Dental Education and Informatics, Student Affairs, Research, Student Success, the Department Chairs of General Dentistry, Foundational Sciences, Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics and Surgical Sciences and the Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) Residency Program to support the School of Dental Medicine's mission, vision, programs and initiatives.
The Director of Community Dental Practices provides leadership and direct oversight in the management of operations at multiple clinics of the SoDM's Community Service Learning Centers (CSLCs). The Director of Community Dental Practices in association with the Assistant/Associate Dean for Extramural Clinical Practices is responsible for creating and evaluating processes that ensure required educational and financial sustainability while ensuring continual improvement of the CSLCs' processes for providing exceptional care and service to its patients. Additionally, the Director of Community Dental Practices coordinates the CSLCs' human, financial, and material resources in order to anticipate and meet the educational needs of its students and those of the CSLCs' patients and community partners. The Director of Community Practices, in support of the educational needs of the SoDM's residents and students, will be licensed and available to provide a full range of comprehensive general dentistry services and will ensure the highest of standards for graduating exceptionally skilled, community minded general dentists.
Specific duties include:
Work under the direction of and report to the Assistant/Associate Dean of Extramural Clinical Practices in the successful management, operation and oversight of the CSLCs, including travel to CSLCs.
Ensure successful operational performance including exceptional customer service, quality of care, financial and educational sustainability and administrative and clinical standardization throughout the CSLC network.
Assist in the development and coordination of community and regional outreach and oral health promotion programs.
Provide leadership to inspire and coach employees in successful accomplishment of strategic and operational goals and related tasks.
Assist in the oversight of processes of CSLC faculty, staff recruitment and retention.
Assist in ensuring that processes and resources are available to meet patient and staff expectations necessary in the delivery of high quality services within a supportive educational and work environment.
Assist in the development of annual business plans and operating budgets to ensure long term viability of the CSLCs.
Work with faculty and staff to maintain and improve quality performance standards for patient care, operational and financial goals.
Assist in ensuring ongoing compliance and training with all university, state and federal regulations and CODA accreditation standards.
Assist in coordinating all aspects of operations to ensure the CSLCs are a vibrant and integral part of the School of Dental Medicine.
Support CSLC leadership in their efforts to assure quality of care provided to patients by faculty, students and residents including implementation of best practices and assessment of care guidelines that comply with CODA requirements.
Assist in the supervision of CSLC/community based residents and students to ensure their safety and security.
Ensure physical plants are appropriately managed to provide for effective operations, appearance, safety and security. Serve as primary interface with SoDM Facilities Manager.
Work closely with the Department Chairs and Division Director of Advanced General Dentistry in the delivery of the curriculum and patient care by the students and residents at the CSLCs.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Dean or Assistant/Associate Dean of Extramural Clinical Practices.
Fixed term or tenure track at the title/rank of Clinical Assistant Professor/Assistant Professor or higher available.
DDS or DMD degree from a CODA accredited school
Eligible to be licensed to practice dentistry in the State of North Carolina, and, upon assuming the position, licensed to practice dentistry in the State of North Carolina.
Knowledge and experience in the successful operation of multiple practices in a dental care delivery system.
Outstanding interpersonal capabilities with excellent verbal and written communication skills combined with a record of building consensus within an academic/practice setting.
Ability to quickly respond to requests and situations with accuracy, reliability and flexibility.
License or Certification Required by Statute or Regulation
Eligible to be licensed to practice dentistry in the State of North Carolina, and, upon assuming the position, licensed to practice dentistry in the State of North Carolina.
Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education
In addition, Master's degree in public health, health administration or business administration, is preferred.
A general knowledge of the principles of community organization, public and business administration.
Broad knowledge of issues in dental education.
Three years of experience as leader/manager in a healthcare management role.
Ability to work effectively with others in an organization outside of the formal authority to accomplish organizational goals and to identify and resolve issues.
Basic knowledge and experience in quality and process improvement activities.
Demonstrated experience in supervising the work of others.
Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships within an organization and with outside organizations, agencies and individuals.
Experience with pre-doctoral and post-doctoral dental education .
Special Instructions to Applicant
East Carolina University requires applicants to submit a candidate profile online in order to be considered for the position. In addition to submitting a candidate profile online, please submit online the required applicant documents:
Letter of Interest
List of Three References (noting contact information)
Additional Instructions to Applicant Job Open Date 10/25/2017 Open Until Filled Yes Job Close Date - Positions will be posted until 11:59 p.m. EST on this date.
If no closing date is indicated, the position may close at any time after the initial screening date.
Initial Screening Begins 11/25/2017 Rank Level Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting http://ecu.peopleadmin.com/postings/9906 AA/EOE
East Carolina University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race/ethnicity, color, genetic information, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, political affiliation, or veteran status. Individuals requesting accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) should contact the Department for Disability Support Services at (252) 737-1016 (Voice/TTY).
Eligibility for Employment
Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks.
ECU participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
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If you experience any problems accessing the system or have questions about the application process, please contact the Office of Human Resources at (252) 328-9847 or toll free at 1-866-489-1740 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our office is available to provide assistance from 8:00-5:00 EST.
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Faculty Data Services Coordinator, School Of Dental Medicine, Office Of The Dean (9152/M0317)
The Faculty Data Services Coordinator will primarily provide administrative support to the Director of Faculty Academic Services & Operations in the Office of the Dean. The Faculty Data Services Coordinator is responsible for collaborating with the Director, internal and external Departments (e.g., Human Resources, the International Students & Scholars Office the Medical Campus and Charles River Campus Provost's Offices and General Counsel) for overseeing faculty employment matters at the Dental School. Major activities include: processing faculty appointments and promotions, drafting faculty offer letters and amended employment letters, processing faculty rank and educational transactions in SAP, preparing and submitting immigration/licensure paperwork and monitoring immigration issues, assisting with the faculty annual review process, faculty academic credentialing and onboarding and faculty payroll services.
DATA PROCESSING: Process all SAP transactional items such: as the creation and maintenance of faculty positions in SAP Org Management; process faculty HR transactions including leaves of absence, maintain changes in employment effort and salary changes for ~230 faculty in SAP payroll, process faculty hires and terminations, update salary cost distribution changes, provide faculty reporting, update position information on budget flat file and also oversee immigration, credentialing and Occupational Health surveillance.
Serve as primary vacation and sick tracking administrator for GSDM faculty members: Manage and oversee the collection, recording, tracking and processing of vacation entry and adjustments to Time Matters sick/vacation accrual database for faculty on a monthly basis. Update faculty licensure and credentialing information into the GSDM online portal ensuring compliance with CPR and dental licensure. Update faculty changes in internal telephone directory.
APPOINTMENTS & PROMOTIONS: Responsible to review and process all appointment and promotion packets from departments; draft Dean's Cover memos from ASCP and PROF appointments; disseminate approved packets to the Appointments & Promotions (A&P) and Executive Committee members; serve as an ex officio member of A&P and coordinate and manage all committee meetings in conjunction with Committee Chair and provide Committee administrative support including taking minutes; update all faculty titles in SAP, Directory, and Website; issue final appointment and promotion letters, process merit increases for faculty promotions; update faculty education and rank records in SAP.
Offer Letters/Contracts: Assist the Director of Faculty Academic Services & Operations with the drafting, editing, and distribution of faculty letters of offer; amended employment letters; and Postdoctoral & Visiting Researcher letters of offer and contract renewals.
Process all onboarding paperwork received from departmental hiring managers to ensure compliance with Human Resources requirements.Write offer letters and appointment renewals for Postdoctoral Associates and Visiting Researchers. Work with departments to onboard these positions in SAP including providing related administrative support relative to immigration needs of Occupational Health compliance.
FMLA/Leaves of Absence: Provide guidance to faculty members and departments regarding the different types of approved leaves available to full-time and part-time faculty, and the approval and filing process for all leaves of absences.
Collaborate with Assistant Director for Staff Administration & Operations who oversees the FMLA process for all GSDM employees to track all leaves ensuring proper compensation is provided throughout the leave, vacation/sick time, and/or temporary disability. Confirm that all leaves have been designated appropriately in SAP and organized on the drive.
Participate in Faculty and Operations projects as needed such as: CODA/ADEA Surveys, Faculty Reporting; Affirmative Action analysis, Merit Increases, Administrative support for the Faculty Development Committee, set-up schedule for Appointment & Promotions Committee meetings; other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree Required.
Must have at least 3-5 years in an administrative support role supporting multiple people with a variety of responsibilities.
High level of attention to detail with correspondence and project specific work
Must be able to multi-task and prioritize
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Must be able to critically think and problem solve and present ideas and or solutions for issue resolution.
Must be comfortable interacting with Dean's, Department Chairs, Directors and Faculty and other high level University offices on a daily basis
Must be able to work in a system driven environment with intermediate level experience in the following:
Microsoft Office Applications – Excel, Word, Power point, Outlook
Dental Director Of Operations
Job Description: The Director of Operations is primarily responsible for maximizing operational growth. This role will direct and oversee business services including analyses of cost and operations to determine progress toward goals and objectives. Additionally, this role will oversee staff operations, business planning and budget development while providing efficient use of resources.
This will be a telecommuting position overseeing a broad geographical area. Location can be flexible.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Achieves revenue targets, annual budgets and strategic business goals for multiple locations across a broad geographical area.
Develops and implements plans to ensure revenue and budget objectives are met, expanded on, and actively follows through on them.
Ensures flawless execution of operational standards, and ensure services are in compliance with professional standards, state and federal regulatory requirements.
Analyzes financial trend data and takes action on areas of opportunity. Balances operations costs accordingly.
Communicates with Office and Dental leadership on a regular basis to ensure they have the information and support they need to do their jobs.
Ensures compliance with established company policies, procedures, and standards and government regulations.
Leverages market advertising, marketing and sales to best advantage.
Personally maintains highly productive relationships within the offices.
Proactively engages with providers and office managers to build strong relationships while supporting them and ensuring their success.
3+ years' experience in dental management in a district operations role managing a budget and P&L
Proven ability to get results; a self-starter that sets aggressive goals and meets them
Demonstrated ability to execute consistently and with a high degree of quality
Proven ability to diagnose, analyze, and solve business problems, quickly moving from concept to action
Demonstrated ability to manage change
Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with employees
Proven financial acumen
Demonstrated commitment to providing superior customer service
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Bachelor's degree
Opportunities for career growth along with continuing education programs and mentoring
A culture that celebrates each team's success and diversity
Benefits and perks for you, your family & your pets
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Director Of Dental
Director Of Dental
Location: Hu Hu Kam, Sacaton, AZ Department:
Dental Schedule: Full Time Shift: Day Shift Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm Minimum Rate: Job Details:
- JOB SUMMARY:
Plans, assesses, directs, develops, implements and evaluates both clinical and administrative functions and operations of the dental services program including direct and contracted services to ensure delivery of effective and efficient quality patient care consistent with established regulatory, licensing and practices standards and requirements and which supports and furthers the mission, goals and objectives
1.Current and valid State of Arizona license to practice dentistry or eligibility to obtain an Arizona license
2.Graduation from an accredited program of study by the American Dental Association; DDS or DMD
3.Must have at least 10 years progressively responsible experience in a dental practice with 4 years in a management role or any equivalent combination of education and experience
4.Current basic CPR designation or ability to obtain within 30 days of hire
Clinic (Site) Dental Director
To uphold Clinica Campesina's mission to serve the medically underserved by providing the highest level dental practice while embracing the values of:
Service to Others
Do the Right Thing
Make Clinica a Great Place to Work
This job exists to: Serve as coach and leader for providers, supporting continuous quality improvement for clinical dental services, health education, and preventive services. This individual provides senior leadership at the site, partnering with the Dental Operations Director and site Clinic Medical Director(s) to assure that organizational key result areas are achieved. To perform dental care in the diagnosis and treatment of patients in addition to the administrative functions of planning and directing all dental programs at the site level.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Maintains own administrative schedule as appropriate, leveraging administrative time to maintain optimal dentist in-clinic FTE when possible or necessary.
Maintains own clinical practice as defined by Clinica Family Health guidelines.
Provides care in the following disciplines of general dental practice: diagnosis, preventative dentistry, operative dentistry, pedodontics, periodontics, removable prosthodontics, endodontic, fixed prosthodontics, oral surgery, and orthodontics.
Exhibits positive leadership skills, actively striving to improve the patient and staff experience of Clinica, and, including strong communication skills and a willingness to grow and develop skills in motivational interviewing.
Assists in strategic planning and implementation of the planned care model and it's applications for the dental program.
Implements and aligns the organizational strategic and tactical business plans for the dental program and site.
Maximizes and maintains community linkages while acting as an advocate for patients to ensure comprehensive scope of services.
Assists with deliverables on grants and Total Quality Management.
Assists with clinical responsibilities, including customer service, quality of care, and service standards.
Oversees site dental team's (including dental providers and clinically-oriented support staff's) performance towards clinical quality outcomes.
Provides day-to-day direct supervision/coaching of all dental providers at the site, the Dental Hygiene Team Manager, and (in partnership with the Dental Operations Director) the Dental Assistant Team Managers' clinical functions, including recruiting, training, and supporting with hiring/firing authority and performance appraisals.
Oversees completion of all biannual credentialing and privileging for site dental providers to ensure compliance with malpractice coverage, patient safety, and appropriate access to services within the dental program's scope of care.
Responsible for appropriate management of complaints directed at the dental provider team, involving the Dental Operations Director when appropriate.
Provides oversight of site-level dental infection control processes through partnership with site Dental Hygienist Team Manager and the Vice-President of Dental Services, including periodic audits, data monitoring, and appropriate staff training and orientation.
Evaluates the dental team for continual improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness and provides individuals with professional and personal growth.
Shares responsibility with the Vice-President of Dental Services, Clinic Managers, and other staff in assuring an appropriate clinical interface between sites.
Assists with the management oversight of performance standards within the clinic site, including integration with on-site services (e.g. medical, pharmacy, behavioral health, medical and dental operations, etc.). Partners specifically with site Clinic Medical Director to support service line integration and seamless patient-centered continuum of care.
Coordinates operational aspects of the site dental practice in collaboration with the operations team, including maintaining patient access and productivity standards.
Coordinates with Dental Operations Director to ensure the minimum clinical coverage is maintained daily.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Maintains safe work environment:
o Implements, reviews, applies, and actively enforces the clinic's safety policies.
o Supports the safety of the program by actively identifying opportunities to improve safety practices and evaluates staff for safety practices and ergonomic issues.
o Knowledgeable of and compliant with laws and regulations governing area of responsibility.
o Responsible for reporting any potentially non-compliant conduct.
o Cooperates fully with Compliance Office in upholding Clinica's Compliance Plan.
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Manage and coach provider staff.
Initial and annual Performance Evaluations.
Disciplinary action as needed.
Leadership and modeling of Clinica values.
SCOPE OF AUTHORITY:
Authority for hiring and day-to-day coaching of dental provider staff.
Final authority on decision to terminate the employment of a dental provider.
Works with Dental Operations Director to oversee efficient flow and effective management of site dental clinics and integration with site-level departments/services.
Works with the Dental Operations Director to maintain quality of care and efficiency.
Progress is reviewed quarterly and results are measured and formally evaluated annually.
A. Education / Experience
1.Graduation from an approved School of Dentistry.
2.Possession of a current license/DEA to practice dentistry in the State of Colorado or the ability to obtain a Colorado State license to practice dentistry.
3.Current CPR Certification.
4.One year experience in administration and clinical management preferred.
B. Knowledge, skills and abilities:
1.Sensitivity to low income and ethnic minority community a must.
2.Bilingual in Spanish preferred.
3.Excellent leadership and coaching skills.
4.Ability to flourish in team management and team-oriented system required.
5.Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients and staff.
6.Operational, implementation, and detail-oriented perspective with ability to apply them to managing projects and tasks.
7.Ability to diagnose and treat dental and oral disease.
8.Working knowledge of the principles, standard practices methods, and techniques of dentistry.
9.Knowledge of preventative dentistry and educational methodologies utilized in prevention with an emphasis on population-health and implementation of public health principles.
10. Skill in oral health operative techniques.
PRINCIPAL WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:
All Clinica clinical and dental staff
All Clinica employees, managers, and leadership
Outside contacts such as community, other dental providers
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:
Dental supplies and equipment
Data and data-based development and resources
Telephone, Cell Phone
WORKING ENVIRONMENT / PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES:
Risk of exposure to Bloodborne pathogens.
Dental Operatory and equipment as well as usual office environment with sitting, walking, standing, stooping.
Ability to travel from clinic to clinic in own vehicle as required.
Oral and auditory capacity enabling interpersonal communication as well as communication through automated devices such as email and telephone.
Evening or weekend work may be required.
Program Director Dental Residency
Spokane, Washington – Sacred Heart Medical Center (SHMC) is a regional tertiary/quaternary hospital seeking to hire an inaugural program director for its new General Practice Residency (GPR). The ideal applicant will possess a passion for hospital dentistry and resident education and be able to demonstrate a broad dental clinical skill set. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to design a hospital-based GPR from its inception.
SHMC is committed to providing the resources needed to ensure this program's long-term success, including faculty support through the accreditation and resident recruitment processes. Priority will be given to general dentists with previous experience in hospital dentistry but interested specialists are also encouraged to apply. Enjoy a healthy work / life balance in Washington's second largest city, Spokane.
Providence Medical Group – Eastern Washington is our physician-led network of more than 500 primary and specialty care providers in multiple clinic locations in Spokane and Stevens counties. PMG providers offer exceptional patient-centered care as a reflection of our Providence values.
PMG partners with some of the region's most advanced hospitals: Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital, Providence Holy Family Hospital, Providence Mount Carmel and Providence St.
Spokane, located about halfway between the Rocky and Cascade Mountain Ranges, is a regional medical hub, drawing patients from four states. Spokane and eastern Washington offer high quality of life features as well, including some of the nation's cleanest air and water, responsible development in harmony with nature, and a mild four-season climate.
Spokane's affordable housing, growing arts and theater community and excellent higher education choices make it a prime destination for families and working professionals alike. Outdoor enthusiasts relish Spokane's prime location close to skiing, hiking, whitewater rafting and other recreation.
Providence Health & Services is a not-for-profit system of hospitals, clinics and medical groups with a mission to serve everyone—especially the poor and vulnerable. Providence is a partner organization of the Providence St.
Joseph Health (PSJH) family, which operates 50 exceptional hospitals and more than 800 clinics across seven western states. With hundreds of physician and advanced practice clinician opportunities in virtually all specialties at any given time, PSJH and Providence offer diverse locations, lifestyles and practice models. Providence is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity organization.
- Doctorate Degree, DDS or DMD from a CODA-accredited dental school
Field of Study: Dentistry
- Certificate of completion from CODA-accredited dental residency
License: Required: Washington State Dental License
Valid DEA certificate
Current BLS and ACLS– Healthcare Provider (must be AHA accredited) or obtained within 90 days of hire.
Washington State Moderate Conscious Sedation permit or obtained within 90 days of WA state licensure
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