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Neighborcare Health

Dentist 1.0 FTE - Olympia

location Olympia, Washington

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The Dentist is responsible for the detection, diagnosis and treatment of patients in a clinical setting. They also document the treatment, communicate with patients and refer to partners as appropriate. This role will also participate in providing guidance and oversight to the dental support team. The Dentist provides care to all age groups in accordance with the State of Washington Department of Licensing and professional scope of practice. The dentist providers a wide range of general dental services for Neighborcare Health patients, making reasonable and sound assessments and treatment plans in an effort to improve health status and outcomes for patients.

Neighborcare Health offers a robust benefit package including Health, Wellness & Retirement benefits: Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance, 18+ days of Paid Time Off, 9-Paid Holidays, Retirement with Matching, Life & AD&D, Pet Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, & More! This position is eligible for the Staff Referral Program

Primary Responsibilities

Direct Patient Care
• Detect and diagnose oral disease including dental caries, periodontal disease, and oral pathology
• Make reasonable and sound dental assessments and treatment plans and communicate to patient
• Provides high quality dental care to patients, in accordance with licensure requirements and NCH policies and procedures
• Confident in performing all aspects of general dentistry including restorative work, surgical extractions, basic endodontics,
scaling and root planing, pediatrics, and removable prosthodontics
• Assures integration of patient education into all treatment phases and partners with patients to achieve optimal oral health
that meets the needs of the patient
• Assists with or institutes emergency measures for sudden adverse developments during treatment of patients
• Obtains history and physical appropriate to dental needs/care; coordinates care with primary care team
• Stays abreast of new innovations, changing practice guidelines and standards to deliver safe, effective, and evidence based
care to patients, via continuing education and professional development
• Practice universal precautions, appropriate infection control, and sterilization processes, as defined by Neighborcare Health’s policies and procedures
Indirect Patient Care
• Reviews patient records, charts and other pertinent information prior to providing care
• Consults with appropriate providers and makes recommendations to patients for outside referrals as appropriate
• Documents all patient visits, communication, referrals, and prescriptions in an accurate and timely manner, in compliance
with Neighborcare Health guidelines
• Participate in developing and utilizing Neighborcare Health practice guidelines and procedures, using disease registries,
participating in audits, and being involved with risk management and utilization management programs

Administrative Work

• Assists the Clinic Administrator and Site Dental Director in the planning and evaluation of effective clinic operations
• Assist with meeting clinic quality improvement and operations goals, striving for an efficient, productive clinic
• Participates as a team member with all clinical staff to embody the principles of NeighborCare Health’s Service
Commitments
• Leads a team of support staff to assure services meet or exceed the expectations of patients, coworkers, the public, and
community standards
• Attends and contributes at staff meetings, provider meetings, and other in service trainings
• Keep abreast of new developments in dentistry through structured continuing professional developments. Updates
delivery of care based on evidence based practices
• May participate in preceptorship of dental residents, dental assisting students, and/or as a clinical shadowing mentor

Required for this job:
• Ability to work in a high pressure, time-sensitive, and complex health care environment
• Ability to meet and comply with HIPAA/Confidentiality policies and procedures and to handle confidential and sensitive
patient and staff information
• Ability to work with individuals of varying ethnicities, socio-economic levels, cultures sexual orientations, and gender
identities
• Demonstrates the ability to conduct discussions of a sensitive nature with staff and patients
• Ability to build relationships while maintaining appropriate boundaries
• Ability to develop collaborative working relationships that foster a positive working environment with an emphasis on
teamwork
• Ability to work with computers, the use of email, and electronic medical records
• Ability to communicate in person, email, and on the phone effectively
Preferred for this job:
• Community health experience
• Bilingual preferred

Required:

  • Dental Degree required (DDS or DMD); from an American Dental Association accredited dental schoolCurrent Washington State Dentist License
  • Skilled in restorative, surgical extractions, endodontics and pediatric
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • experience working iwth technology and electronic dental records
  •  BLS CertificationDEA License

Preferred:

  • Years of Relevant Experience: One-year General Practice Residency or Advanced Education in General Dentistry or relevant 10-years of experience clinical practice
  • Completed a one year clinical residency program

Our Mission
The mission of Neighborcare Health is to provide comprehensive health care to families and individuals who have difficulty accessing care; respond with sensitivity to the needs of our culturally diverse patients; and advocate and work with others to improve the overall health status of the communities we serve.

About our Service Commitments
Our service commitments were created by staff members, leaders, board members and patients.  We use these as a guide and expectation for how we treat our patients and each other.  You may learn more about our service commitments here, https://neighborcare.org/about-us/service-commitments/

  • Serving patients
  • Serving each other
  • A warm welcome
  • Caring
  • Respect
  • Working together
  • Trusting Relationship

About us
For 50 years, Neighborcare Health has been caring for our neighbors with essential medical and dental care, counseling, outreach, health education and more in Seattle, Vashon, and our newest dental clinic in Olympia!  Our purpose is to improve health by engaging, educating, and empowering people in the communities we serve.  We are looking to hire the best talent to support our culturally diverse workplace and community. 

Compensation 

The wage range for this position is minimum $122,275.00 up to $178,611.92 maximum.  

Compensation will be determined based on years of relevant experience.