Mission: Our vision is to be The Greatest Dental Company in America. We do whatever is in our power supporting dentists and team members who provide the highest-quality dental care to patients of supported offices. We implement this vision by treating every challenge as an opportunity ...
Stephen Thorne IV, CEO of Pacific Dental Services, visited several offices during Smile Generation Serve Day 2017 on August 19th, a day where donated dental services were provided to members in the community who wouldn’t otherwise have access to care. It's the 7th year of serving communities and patients in need and this year over 5,000 volunteers across 17 states helped provide $4.3 million dollars’ worth of donated dentistry to roughly 2,300 patients nationwide.
Our employees partnered with The PDS Foundation and raised over $61,000 on Giving Tuesday to expand training and advocacy for special needs patients
Careers at Pacific Dental Services
Pacific Dental Services (PDS) partners with dentists, providing them with business support services so they can stay focused on their passion: dentistry. PDS offers career opportunities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Washington. Our goal is to support 60+ new offices per year in these existing markets while continuing to open new markets, which will soon include Florida, Tennessee and Louisiana.
Established in 1994, PDS has been ranked in Inc.’s 500|5000 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies for 8 years in a row, and continues to grow.
I have been working at Pacific Dental Services part-time (Less than a year)
He is an amazing and excellent doctor.
That I am moving and have to leave the practice.
Advice to Management
I will be moving to Davenport, FL in a month.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Pacific Dental Services.
Recruiter was unprofessional & assumed that I accepted the job before I had given any verbal/written acceptance. Gave me a hard time over email saying that she had already declined all of her candidates, paid for a background check, etc. Ended up declining the position mostly bc of the bad taste she left in my mouth, but also the compensation "commensurate on experience". Another recruiter asked me over the phone if i would reconsider if pay was re-discussed, I said yes, and she said she would call me back in a few days. Didn't receive a call so I contacted her again after about a week. Original recruiter emailed me back saying she was "confused" as to why I was contacting the recruiting team again after declining the position. ????? Maybe because your partner asked me if I would reconsider and said she would be calling me back with updates? Overall just bad vibes from the recruiting team at PDS. Bummer bc I was genuinely excited to work at the company.