Atlanta, GA – In order to meet the demands of a growing patient population, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is seeking a full-time pediatric dentist to join the department of Dentistry.
The pediatric dentist will provide a range of dental services from routine preventative care in the clinic, to specialized care for children and adolescents with complex medical needs. These would include cleft and craniofacial disorders, cancer, bleeding disorders, neurological and cardiac conditions. The program provides additional services in the emergency department and in the operating room.
Children’s has been ranked on Fortune magazine’s list of “100 Best Companies to Work For” for fourteen consecutive years and named one of the “100 Best Companies” by Working Mother magazine. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefit package that supports our mission, vision and values. We are proud to offer an array of programs and services to our employees that have distinguished us as a best place to work in the country. Connect to our mission of making kids better today and healthier tomorrow.
Graduate of an accredited Dental School
Completion of a two-year graduate program in Pediatric Dentistry
Board certified or eligible in Pediatric Dentistry
Licensed to practice dentistry in the state of Georgia
Current DEA Registration
BLS and PALS/NRP certification required
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 32386
About Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta has been 100 percent committed to kids for more than 100 years. A not-for-profit organization, Children’s is dedicated to making kids better today and healthier tomorrow. With 3 hospitals, 27 neighborhood locations and a total of 638 beds, Children’s is the largest healthcare provider for children in Georgia and one of the largest pediatric clinical care providers in the country. Children’s offers access to more than 70 pediatric specialties and programs and is ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report.