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Iowa Primary Care Association


May 7, 2024


Des Moines

The Iowa Primary Care Association is actively recruiting for a general dentist for a community health center in Des Moines, IA.

Position Details:

Eligible for student loan repayment up to $50,000 for two years of service (and renewal possible)

Clinic Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM – 5PM; no weekends

Avg # of pts seen per day: 13 with additional hygiene checks

Number of operatories: 9

Laboratory: external laboratories used for fixed and removable prosthodontic cases

X-ray: Digital

Current Staff: 1 FT General Dentist, 1 FT Hygienist, 2 PT Hygienists

Call Schedule: After 6 months of employment, dentists are expected to take call in 2 week increments approximately 3x/year. Not required to go into clinic while on call.

Electronic record system: Epic Wisdom

Additional info: diverse patient population with many Spanish-speaking patients and large pediatric patient population.


DDS/DMD degree from an approved dental school

Current license to practice dentistry in the state of Iowa

Current license to prescribe narcotics used in patient care (DEA & CSA)

Current Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers Certification

Eligible for hospital privileges

Ability to consistently meet the departmental work schedule as designated

Ability to treat patients of all ages within the scope of general dentistry

Ability to perform surgical extractions

Ability to perform anterior root canals

Ideal Qualifications:

Bilingual in English/Spanish

Desire to pursue a long-term career in community health

GPR or AEGD residency completion

Interest and experience in pediatric dentistry and oral surgery


Your experience and skills determine your base pay. The hiring range for this position is typically $150,000 - 170,000, though highly experienced candidates may earn up to $204,000 per year.

Generous PTO accrual (equal to 5 weeks at end of 1st year) plus paid holidays

License/certification fee reimbursement

Paid time off for continuing education & continuing education reimbursement

Tuition reimbursement program

401k with company match

Medical insurance - PHC Pays, on average, 80% of medical premiums for all plan types (employee, employee + family, etc.)

Dental insurance

Vision insurance

Life & disability insurance

Flexible spending & health savings accounts

Supplemental accident & critical illness insurance

Discounts on pet insurance


Desired Start Date


General Dentist

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