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Public Health Management Corporation Dental


May 8, 2023



Full time Dentist Job Opportunity

Please click on the following link to apply:

Job Details Description

PHMC is proud to be a leader in public health. PHMC requires that all employees are fully vaccinated with the Covid-19 vaccine before the first day of employment.

Job Overview:

The  Dentist is a full-time position working under the supervision of the Dental Director. The  Dentist provides professional, high-quality dental diagnosis, treatment and education to a broad range of patients, including children, adolescents and adults. The Dentist also participates in the ongoing evaluation of Dental Program operations to assure the delivery of high-quality services that support the financial sustainability of the program in compliance with all regulatory agencies (e.g. OSHA, DPH, Joint Commission).


Provides hands-on dental care in a variety of settings while achieving the highest levels of appropriateness, quality, efficiency, accessibility and responsiveness.

Performance expectations:

Maintains full appointment schedule for office practice and other settings

Provides a full range of general dental services within the dentist’s defined scope of training

Utilizes state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment techniques

Refers patients to specialists and relevant patient care components as appropriate

Prescribes pharmaceuticals, other medications and treatment regimens as appropriate

Directs and coordinates the patient care activities of dental technical and support staff as required

Follows established departmental policies, procedures and objectives, continuous quality improvement objectives and safety, environmental and/or infection control standards

Maintains necessary credentialing, licensure and continuing education requirements

Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned


Ability to maintain quality, safety and/or infection control standards

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of modern dentistry and oral surgery

Thorough knowledge of dental terminology and dental science

Thorough understanding of the theories, methods and procedures for the prevention of dental diseases and the required corrective treatment

Knowledge of community-based dental environment

Ability to supervise and train employees, to include organizing, prioritizing and scheduling work assignments

Knowledge of current principles, methods and procedures for the delivery of dental evaluations, diagnosis and treatment

Knowledge of related accreditation and certification requirements

Knowledge of ethical and legal standards for the delivery of dental care

Ability to observe, assess and record symptoms, reactions and progress

Knowledge of relevant drugs and non-pharmaceutical patient care aides and ability to prescribe dosage and instruct patients in correct usage

Ability to develop and implement individualized dental care plans for patients

Behavioral qualities:

Ability to foster a cooperative work environment

A team-player

Effective verbal and written communication skills

Ability to work independently with minimum supervision

Responds constructively to pressure situations and time limits

Accepts and offers guidance and supervision as appropriate

Attends and participates in staff meetings to review team progress in meeting financial and productivity goals for the dental program

Places a high value on personal and departmental performance excellence

Adheres to office dress code and standards of behavior

Maintains patient confidentiality

Uses sick time appropriately


Minimum of 1 year experience in a dental clinic environment with knowledge of community-based dental services.

Education Requirement:

DDS or DMD degree from an accredited dental school

Current licensure in the state of Pennsylvania

Valid DEA license to prescribe narcotics

Current CPR/AED certification


Based on experience and includes full benefits.


Desired Start Date

Full Time Dentist

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