multi-site, multi-provider FQHC in Northern Rural Minnesota, covering three
counties, has a wonderful opportunity for a mission-driven Dentist (DMD, DDS).
Join the Community Health Center as an Oral Health provider within a Patient-Centric and Integrated Healthcare Model consisting of Primary Care; Dental, Medical, and
Behavioral Health professionals, serving our underserved patients in need of
access and quality care.
We offer a solid compensation package with a substantial salary,
robust benefits including healthcare, Paid Time Off, Student Loan Repayment,
and a great work/life balance.
Salary: $145,000 to
$165,000 DOE, with Sign-On / Relocation funds available
Flexible Schedule: 4x10hrs M-F,
4x9hrs M-TH + ½ Fridays, or 5x8hrs
Paid Time Off: 44 to 52 paid
days off each year!
*PTO – accrued to
96 hours/yr (12 days), up to 160 hours/yr (20 days)
*Sick Time –
accrued to 96 hours/yr (12 days), up to 520 hours accrued
*Holiday Pay – 7
Paid Holidays (56 hours) observed
*Personal Days –
24 hours (3 days)
CDE: *80 hours (10 days) and up to $4,000
Qualifying HPSA Score: for the NHSC
Student Loan Repayment Program ($25,000/year totaling $50,000 eligibility)
**Dental – 18
**Medical – 15
Health - 21
Malpractice Insurance - covered by
FTCA (Federal Torts Claim Act) at no cost to employee
Licensure and DEA - Reimbursement
ADA (American Dental Association) - dues
Benefits – available the 1st of the
month after 30 days of continuous service with options for you and your family
Care Flexible Spending Account)
Life Insurance - Employer Paid
Insurance and AD&D (Accidental Death & Dismemberment)
Retirement Plan 403(b) – employer match
percentage is based on organizational revenue
529 College Savings Plan
Independent Coverage Benefits offered through
EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
To inquire further about this and other professional
Dentist / Oral Health Provider opportunities, please contact:
Kevin Jackson, Director
Oral Health Leadership and Provider Recruitment
503.451.6773 Call or Text
Jaiden Cochenour, Recruiter
Oral Health Provider Recruitment
Dental Director &
Position: The Dental Provider is responsible for giving
comprehensive quality care to their patient caseload within the scope of
General Dentistry. This position will identify, diagnose, and treat various
oral diseases that present, as well as perform general oral surgical procedures
when applicable. The position will pursue the necessary steps toward
appropriate treatment plans for each patient.
Education and Experience:
Possess or be able to obtain a Doctorate Degree (DDS or DMD) in General
Board Certified in General Dentistry.
Possess or be able to obtain and maintain an active Minnesota Dentist License
Education and Experience:
1 year of experience as a General Dentist
Experience or desire to work in an Integrated Rural Health Center
Responsibilities: This position may indirectly oversee
and direct Licensed Dental Hygienists and Licensed Dental Assistants.
maintain a Practice Team Approach to “Patient Centeredness.” The employee works
as a team with providers and staff to support the Patient-Centered Medical Home
approach to patient care.
Comply with HIPAA requirements and standards to guarantee patient
Provide comprehensive dental treatment of patients that present at the
designated clinic location(s).
Perform oral exams following routine hygiene cleanings.
Identify, diagnose, and treat oral complications utilizing best practices and
Accurately read and document oral X-ray findings.
Perform minor surgical procedures such as extractions and fillings.
Create dentures and mouthguards for patients.
Educate patients on the maintenance of good oral hygiene.
Document patient visit notes in the Electronic Dental Records system.
Develop positive working relationships with dental staff, dental providers, and
specialists within local communities.
Communicate patient care goals and objectives with colleagues and dental staff.
Collaborate on best practices toward goal implementations.
Attend required meetings, including but not limited to Quality Improvement and
Adhere to the health center’s patient care model, mission, and objectives for
quality primary care.
Maintain certifications such as but not limited to MN Licensure, DEA
registration, and Board requirements to continue performing the position of
Dental Provider at designated clinical location(s).
Perform a minimum of six (6) hours of direct patient contact for each scheduled
Participate in preceptor opportunities with various learning institutions for
Physical presence at the workplace is an essential function of the job.
Perform other typical dentist duties as assigned.
Relationship and Team Building Skills
Patient Care Focus
Problem Solving/Analysis Skills
Excellent Communication Skills
Multi Tasking Skills