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Position:  General Dentist - Full-Time
Location:  Milwaukee, WI
Job Id:  238
# of Openings:  1

Come join our team! We are hiring!
We are hiring a General Dentist at our Lisbon Avenue Health Center in Milwaukee, WI. This is a full-time position that does not require working late nights, weekends, or holidays.
Why Progressive Community Health Centers?
Founded in 1999, Progressive Community Health Centers is an independent non-profit organization that operates four clinic locations in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. More than 100 employees support our agency’s mission to improve the health and quality of life of the community by providing culturally competent services that address identified needs. We provide high quality, comprehensive care to roughly 16,000 patients annually—a majority of who are low-income. No one is ever turned away from our clinics based on insurance status or ability to pay. We value a patient-centered philosophy and provide range of services that include family medicine, internal medicine, women’s health, urgent care, dental, radiology and integrated behavioral health. We also offer supportive services such as case management, health education and benefits enrollment.
As a key member of our dental provider team, the General Dentist will provide and ensure the provision and restorative dental care that is consistent with accepted professional standards. The General Dentist will assist in providing excellent customer service through supporting, communicating and working within the scope of PCHC’s Mission, Vision and Values.
  1. Provides preventative, general and comprehensive dentistry services including evaluation, treatment and referral.
  2. Makes radiographs, professes and evaluates developed radiographs.
  3. Performs charting of patient’s needs, presenting problem, medical and dental health history, tooth charting, and reviews social history. Takes and records vital signs, prior to rendering dental care as needed.
  4. Provides oral health education to patients, guardians and the community as appropriate.
  5. Maintains accurate, legible and complete patient dental records as stated by the Wisconsin State Dental Practice Act.
  6. Collaborates with manage to assist in training, evaluation and supervising dental clinical staff, including hygienists and assistants.
  7. Other job-related duties as may be assigned.
  1. Graduate from an accredited School of Dentistry.
  2. Currently licensed in the State of Wisconsin.
  3. Board Certification or Board Eligibility, required.
  4. Previous dental experience preferred, with experience working in a Federally Qualified Health Center, a plus.

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