Dentist Jobs, Employment – June 2020

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Eugene, OR 97405 (Friendly Area area)

$150,000 – $350,000 a year

General Dentist: 2 years

Washington Dental

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  • Oregon Dental License (in good standing).
  • Dentist with 2+ years of Dental experience.
  • Expanded skill set preferred such as molar endo, surgical extractions,…

Paloma Creek Dental

Aubrey, TX 76227

$43 – $53 an hour

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  • The ideal candidate for this position has worked with patients of all ages, is proficient in performing regular checkups and complex dental procedures and is…

$150,000 – $400,000 a year

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  • We are an established, yet growing practice which provides a full scope of evidence based general dentistry to patients of all ages with insurance or private…

$136,000 – $144,000 a year

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  • Part time or full time available.
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Hospital Jobs, Employment in Los Angeles, CA – June 2020

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Santa Monica, CA 90401 (Downtown/Third Street Promenade area)

  • Conduct CES Triage Tools for high-acuity frequent hospital users when scheduled in advance and connect to CES staff who can administer the full SPDAT assessment…

Los Angeles, CA 90015 (Downtown area)

  • Minimum Education: • High school graduate or equivalent evidence in file required Minimum Experience/Knowledge: • One year of hospital experience preferred.
  • If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire or transfer into the department, and maintained by renewal before expiration date As part of…

Harbor Pines Veterinary Center and Dr. White’s mobile veterinary services

Harbor City, CA 90710


  • * Observing and documentation of pets/patients within the hospital.
  • * Our kennel assistants clean and detail of all areas within the hospital.
  • A Sterile Processing Technician with at least 1 year of hospital experience.
  • This sterile processing
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L.A. Surge Hospital for coronavirus patients to close in June

The state-funded Los Angeles Surge Hospital, which has seen relatively few patients since it opened five weeks ago to treat an anticipated overflow of COVID-19 cases, will close by June 30, officials said Wednesday.

In addition, emergency medical facilities that had been set up throughout the state will begin reducing operations, according to the California Health and Human Services Agency and Governor’s Office of Emergency Services.

The Los Angeles Surge Hospital, located on the grounds of the shuttered St. Vincent Medical Center near downtown Los Angeles, was set up to handle as many as 270 patients a day. But the hospital has never had more than 25 patients at a time, officials said.

When the coronavirus crisis began and officials feared hospitals would be overrun, the state signed a six-month, $16-million lease with Verity Health System, which owned St. Vincent and had declared bankruptcy.

The state also paid healthcare companies

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Trips to the dentist will be very different when they reopen from June 8 in England

Trips to the dentist will look very different when practices begin to reopen from June 8 in England.

From temperature screening to cleansing mouthwashes, patients will notice significant differences to their usual dentist experience since the outbreak of Covid-19, all specifically made to minimise the risk of spreading the virus.

Virtual consultations will continue even when practices reopen and only those who do need treatment will then be invited into a practice.

Patients will be asked to attend alone – except for young children and people who need a carer with them, the Liverpool Echo reports.

People will also need to call the practice upon arrival and either wait in their car or stand outside, practicing the social distancing recommendations, until they are called inside, in order to avoid the waiting rooms.

Temperatures will be checked for both staff and patients, in one of the changes being brought in.

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Women’s Fitness Festival | June 2, 2019

Fleet Feet Sacramento chose WEAVE as the charity beneficiary for its inaugural event in 2007 and the partnership has celebrated the strength of sisterhood ever since. Through event proceeds and generous donations made by the women who participate, the Women’s Fitness Festival has generated more than $77,000 to support survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.

WEAVE’s mission is to build a community that does not tolerate sexual assault, domestic violence, and sex trafficking and provides survivors with the support they need to be safe and thrive.

WEAVE partners with survivors to create personalized solutions that respond to the unique needs each survivor faces. WEAVE recognizes that each survivor is the expert of their situation and works to ensure accessible services that are inclusive and welcoming are available to every family in need.

Participant donations and event proceeds support WEAVE’s array of services including 24/7 Support Line, emergency

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