Pediatric Dentistry– NYU Langone Dental Medicine Postdoctoral Residency Program - Advanced Education in Pediatric Dentistry - NYU Langone Hospital- Brooklyn, NY invites applications for a 0.7FTE(28 hours per week) as an Attending Pediatric Dentist. Family Health Centers at NYU Langone is located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY and treats a large, diverse patient population within a Trauma Level-1 hospital.
The primary area of responsibility of the attending pediatric dentist position is to supervise post graduate residents in patient care and see and provide direct patient care in all aspects of care. Attending dentists also mentor research projects, participate in health center CQI and other teaching activities. The candidate must have excellent mentorship skills and a desire to treat an underserved population in a busy urban and team-oriented environment.
Candidates must possess a NYS dental license, DDS or DMD degree or equivalent and a certificate or master’s degree from a CODA-accredited graduate pediatric dentistry program. Board certification/ eligibility in pediatric dentistry and previous teaching and/or research experience and five years post residency experience are preferred.
Candidates must possess a NYS dental license, DDS or DMD degree or equivalent and a certificate or master's degree from a CODA-accredited graduate pediatric dentistry program. Board certification/eligibility in pediatric dentistry and previous teaching and/or research experience and five years post residency experience are preferred.
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About NYU Langone Dental Medicine
NYU Langone Dental Medicine's Advanced Education in Pediatric Dentistry Program is a 24-month full-time hospital and health center-based ADA-CODA accredited training program with 13 training sites in underserved areas throughout the US including Alaska and Hawaii. A strong distance-learning (through web-based education modules) didactic curriculum blends with extensive clinical experiences. Extensive emphasis on pediatric sedation, pediatric general anesthesia, and pediatric medicine. Graduates are trained to be integral members of the medical team and the hospital environment. Additional experience provided in: interceptive orthodontics, special patient care, speech pathology, ethics, and advocacy. All training sites are either: part of the outpatient departments within a hospital, a clinic within a FQHC = Federally Qualified Health Center, or a not-for-profit health center clinic.