Pacific Dental Services – Minneapolis, MN
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Pacific Dental Services Supported Office – Minneapolis, MN
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Pacific Dental Services – Eagan, MN
• Perform SRPs (scaling/root planing) • Prepare patients for oral examination and assist other dental professionals in providing… Pacific Dental Services
Pacific Dental Services Supported Office – Chanhassen, MN
• achieve financial performance and revenue growth goals while supporting our culture and mission • act as an expert in the local market, employing… Pacific Dental Services Supported Office
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I have been working at Pacific Dental Services full-time (Less than a year)
I decided to take a leap of faith and join this company after doing copious amounts of research. A recruiter had contacted me and I figured it was too good to be true. I can now say that I truly love what I do and look forward to going to work each and every day. Working for this organization has challenged me in ways I never thought possible and has continued to foster my development along the way. I was ready to make a change and work for an organization I could be passionate about. Working here I feel a sense of pride knowing that my fellow coworkers and I are putting every ounce of energy into providing the best dental care/service within our communities. Not only is this the message in our local region, but the message stays consistent at the national level as well. There are multiple resources available at your disposal, but you have to be willing to put forth the effort and ask for them. I've found numerous mentors by simply asking questions to further my knowledge. No one makes you feel stupid for not knowing an answer, and everyone is ready to help.
During the initial on-boarding process it can be a bit overwhelming at first. I had to remind myself multiple times to take things slowly and not focus on perfection. While this isn't necessarily a con, it did require me to adjust my thinking process. The regional support team would tell me multiple times to take things slowly and really digest the information, but I felt so far behind and wanted to know everything right away. This will not happen! You have to trust the process and know that things will begin to make sense after you've been with the company for awhile. You also have to be an ambitious person to succeed here. This is the type of organization that will give you all of the tools to be successful, but you have to do the work. Personally, I enjoy this environment, but I have seen individuals with little to no ambition blame the company for their shortcomings. Make no mistake about it, you are responsible for your success or failure. The regional/national team will do everything they can to help you but ultimately you determine your future.
Advice to Management
Continue to support your team! Our regional support team is fantastic and should be recognized for all of their hard work.