General Dentistry opening in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Milwaukee, WI Also oversees Green Bay and Madison
The Director of Dental Services is the highest-ranking dental provider and is responsible for the development and operations of dental services. This position includes the direct provision of dental care to patients, oversight of dental care staff, and the development of dental collaborations to extend dental care for people with HIV/AIDS. The Dental Director ensures the delivery of high-quality dental care and treatment consistent with professional standards of care and ensures excellent customer services are provided to patients.
The Dental Director reports directly to the Vice President of Health Care Services and is a prominent leader of the Center. The Dental Director is responsible for the service delivery, quality and integration of dental services.
- Provide direct dental care and treatment for patients with HIV disease including diagnostic, preventive, operative, prosthetic and surgical procedures.
- Assure the Clinic operates consistent with best practice standards for the delivery and quality of care including provider productivity, patient satisfaction and operational excellence.
- Supervise dental staff in the delivery of high-quality dental services and excellence in patient relations.
- Provide leadership and develop collaborations with community institutions such as colleges and universities.
- Implement dental grants
- Collaborate with other departments and build an integrated system of care and support for patients.
- Prepare and manage the dental budget. Ensure reimbursement revenue is maximized.
- Provide dental education, training and in-services when appropriate to staff, students, dentists, and others
- Serve as a leading dental spokesperson on HIV dental care and treatment.
- Assure completion of grant work plans, Continuous Quality Improvement Program and management reports.
- Comply with Corporate Compliance Standards of Conduct and related policies and procedures.
- All other duties as assigned.
- Graduate from an accredited dental school with DSS or DMD Degree with a License to practice dentistry from the State.
- Experience in providing dental care to HIV/AIDS patients.
- Thorough knowledge and experience in the practice of dentistry.
- Sensitivity to HIV/AIDS issues.
- A commitment of high-quality patient relations in all aspects of the delivery of dental care and operations of a dental clinic.
- Excellent written and verbal communications, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
- A commitment to teamwork to build comprehensive systems of care and support for people with HIV/AIDS