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San Benito Health Foundation
June 14, 2022
We are seeking a skillful, energetic full-time Dentist. As a Dentist with San Benito Health Foundation, you are shaping the future of healthcare on the Central Coast and San Benito County and making the lives of our patients better; easier and healthier. We are a patient centered health home offering our patients the best in medical, dental and vision care. Join our dynamic team of professionals and be part of a health model that truly improves the lives of individuals and the community at large. Take the opportunity to do something remarkable every single day by providing comprehensive general dentistry care to adults and children. New graduates welcome to apply.
Dentist is a full-time, exempt position that provides professional dental services to patients, in the conformity with clinic protocols and the code of ethics of California Dental Association. Dentist is also responsible for providing immediate treatment of dental emergencies, examines, diagnoses and develops a plan of treatment for patients, provides local anesthesia as necessary prior to dental treatment, performs prophylaxis, scaling, sub-gingival curettage, root planning and oral hygiene instruction, prescribes medication as necessary, records patient-dentist transactions in dental records; completes referrals, data collection and other records as may be required, and Saturday clinic rotations.
This position provides dental care to patients of San Benito Health Foundation; promotes positive patient relations, and participates in quality improvement activities. The dentist is responsible for providing patients with quality dental care procedures including diagnosis, recommendations and treatment, as well as providing dental education and prevention services to patients and staff. Provide direct dental care, which includes exam and diagnosis, x-ray, placements and restoration, teeth extractions, and root canal therapy.
We offer a competitive salary plus incentive and an excellent benefits package that includes a pension plan, a 403 (b) plan with employer match, and a continuing medical education benefit.
As a Dentist of San Benito Health Foundation, you will join the Community Health Center’s team of providers. This is a great opportunity for a motivated individual looking to make a difference at the community level, and enhance the quality of life of its members. We are a thriving, growing community health center located just 30 minutes from Monterey Bay. Hollister is known for its small town feel with the perks of being just a short distance from world class beaches, resorts, and golf courses. Live and practice dentistry where others vacation!
Individuals will work in a Patient Centered Medical Home Model, and work closely with a team of professionals to provide culturally sensitive, high quality, comprehensive health services in our Federally Funded Community/Migrant Health Center. The ideal candidate must have the ability to work independently.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
Degree from an accredited school of Dentistry
Current BLS Certification
State-issued license for Dentistry
2+ years experience working as a Dentist
Excellent customer service and organization skills
Advanced time management skills
Valid Driver’s License
Spanish/bilingual is strongly preferred
Diagnose and provide appropriate dental treatment to patients, including regular cleanings, root canals, surgical extractions
Educate patients and parents of patients on maintaining proper oral health
Communicate with dental staff on our team regarding patient treatment plans
Carefully document all medications, diagnoses, treatments and consultations
We welcome applications from new graduates.
To apply for this position please email firstname.lastname@example.org make sure to include your resume and application.
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