Cherokee Nation Health Services (CNHS) is currently seeking a regular full-time Pediatric Dentist to join our Dental team at W.W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah, OK!
Practice dentistry in our new four-story, 469,000 square foot, state-of-the-art outpatient facility, slated for completion in the fall of 2019. The facility will feature a new ambulatory surgery center, with five surgical suites, and two-endoscopy suites, and new expanded space for dental, podiatry, audiology, optometry, primary care, laboratory, pharmacy, rehabilitation services, behavioral health and more. The new dental space with include 34 dental operatories with 10 designated for specialties, and 24 for general dentistry/hygiene.
CNHS facilities are located across Northeast Oklahoma with its hospital located in Tahlequah; capitol of the Cherokee Nation and home to Northeastern State University, the Illinois River, and Lake Tenkiller. A rich quality of life is the norm with a winning combination of outdoor life and charming communities alongside the winding rivers, expansive lakes, and rolling green foothills of the Ozarks. If you prefer a metro area, Tahlequah is commuting distance to Tulsa OK, Ft. Smith or Fayetteville AR.
Focus on your patients and we'll take care of you with competitive pay and great benefits!
Competitive Compensation package
Guaranteed Base Salary + Annual Merit to Base Increase + Specialty Pay
Experience pay up to 15 years max
CME stipend or reimbursement with 40 CME paid hours
Federal Tort Claims Protection (Federal Malpractice)
160 hours of annual leave in the first 3 years
12 paid annual holidays
Sick Leave accrued at 4 hours per two-week pay period
Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance
Group Term Life, AD& D, LT, and Short-Term Disability Insurance
Please submit a current CV to health recruiter, Tracy Doublehead. We look forward to meeting you!
Internal Number: 16849
About Cherokee Nation Health Services
CNHS is committed to the highest quality of care and the most advanced, effective treatments for those we serve across Northeastern Oklahoma. With almost 160 full-time providers and over 2200 health services employees, CNHS is the gem of the region in continuity of care. Committed to building state of the art facilities and improving patient access, Cherokee Nation has invested substantially in technology, building new facilities and facility expansions. Historic steps were announced on October 31, 2018 as the Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences announced the establishment of the nation’s first college of medicine to be located at a tribal health facility in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, set to open in 2020.