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PT Private Practice Dentist Willimantic, CT
Job ID: 37099
Location: Connecticut
Position: PT Private Practice Dentist Willimantic, CT
Company: Private Practice Dentist Willimantic, CT

Willimantic, CT: Private Practice Dentist office is seeking a PT Associate Dentist for 2-3 days a week, preferably a Mon. & a Th, and are open on the other day. Leading to FT for the right candidate and a potential buy-in option. Offering a competitive benefit package including health insurance and 401K. Daily Guarantee between $600-$900 per day or greater percentage of production. Associate will need to be able to provide all aspects of General dentistry. We are conveniently located in the heart of Willimantic with UConn and Eastern Universities within 10 miles. Lots of shops, restaurants, theaters and a variety of activities that encourage community involvement. A great location to raise a family and grow and build a dental practice with the community. Associate must be able to provide all aspects of General Dentistry and be a licensed DDS or DMD in CT. Email resume to Shayne.derby@aprio.com

Contact: Ms. Shayne Derby
Email: shayne.derby@aprio.com
Website: https://patterson.aprio.com/
Phone: (470) 607-9391
Posting Date Mar 28th, 2023
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