Pediatric Dentistry Opportunities in Anchorage, Alaska!
Southcentral Foundation is the largest Alaska Native-owned healthcare system in the state. Our award-winning model of care is based on our belief that the journey to wellness is a responsibility shared between patient and provider.
Why work for Southcentral Foundation?
Our benefits are designed around your health and wellness. We offer one hour per week of paid wellness leave, on-site fitness and daycare facilities, competitive salary packages, and much more!
Our clinical team environment is one of the most robust in the country. Our data-driven, non-RVU approach means that compensation is salary-based: encouraging a practice focused on wellness, not quantity.
Our integrated and accessible approach to care makes your job easier. Our clinics coordinate patient care with integrated care teams that have access to specialists in multiple disciplines.
Southcentral Foundation Pediatric Dentistry
No after-hours call
No production demands
No insurance constraints on patients
4-day/10-hour schedules, no evenings, no weekends
Specialty-trained, certified dental assistants
Full-time Case Management Support team
8 quiet/sedation rooms with nitrous oxide
12 open bays
3 operating room suites
Faculty opportunities with NYU Langone Dental Medicine Advanced Education in Pediatric Dentistry
One hour per week of paid wellness leave
Employee-matched retirement plan
License fee coverage
Opportunities for advancement
CDE stipend with additional leave hours
Student loan repayment options
Generous paid leave
12 paid holidays
Access to care:
Electronic health and dental records
Complimentary formulary with on-site pharmacy
Access to multi-disciplinary team of specialists, including oral and maxillofacial surgeons, orthodontists, endodontists, prosthodontists, periodontists, and certified cleft lip and palate team
On-site complementary services such as traditional healing, medical specialists, and health and wellness center
Anchorage, population 300,000, is the largest city in Alaska and home to a wide variety of cultural activities, museums, restaurants, and shopping. Alaska’s vast, natural beauty presents unmatched experiences for outdoor enthusiasts, including biking, hiking, cross country and downhill skiing, snowboarding, rock and ice climbing, backpacking, camping, canoeing, wildlife excursions, and gold panning. Alaska is known as the land of the midnight sun, basking in 19.5 hours of daylight on the summer solstice. Summer temperatures reach into the mid to upper 70s, and the landscape transforms into green trees and flower blossoms. Near winter solstice, the shorter days bring the possibility of breathtaking displays of the northern lights.
Licensed as a Dentist in the State of Alaska for all non-intermittent positions.
Permitted to Administer Moderate Sedation in the State of Alaska.
Completion of an approved pediatric dental residency. Must be Board certified or Board eligible.
BLS and PALS certification required.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: One-time sign-on bonus with a 2-year commitment
Internal Number: PEDIA02113
About Southcentral Foundation
Southcentral Foundation is an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization serving nearly 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people living in Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna Borough and 55 rural villages in the Anchorage Service Unit.
Incorporated in 1982 under the Tribal authority of Cook Inlet Region, Inc., Southcentral Foundation is the largest of the CIRI nonprofits, employing more than 2,500 people in more than 80 programs.
Southcentral Foundation’s Vision is a Native Community that enjoys physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness; its Mission is to work together with the Native Community to achieve wellness through health and related services. The organization has developed and implemented comprehensive health-related services to meet the changing needs of the Native Community, enhance culture and empower individuals and families to take charge of their lives.
Southcentral Foundation’s first compact agreement under Public Law 93-638 began in 1984. The compact agreement provided dentistry, optometry, community health representatives and injury control services. A funding request to provide substance abuse treatment service was added in 1987.
...Gradually, Southcentral Foundation increased its compact agreement capacity within the Anchorage Service Unit so that by late 1994 it was administering nearly half the primary care services for Alaska Native people.
The Alaska Native Medical Center opened its doors in May 1997. Earlier that year, Congress had passed Public Law 105-83, which included a section that enabled Alaska Native people to obtain ownership and management of all Alaska Native health care services.
In 1998, Southcentral Foundation completed the assumption of ownership and management of primary care and other programs located in the Anchorage Native Primary Care Center. Since the beginning of the assumption of services, Southcentral Foundation instituted significant philosophical changes and other changes in the design and administration of these programs. Southcentral Foundation instituted a total system-wide transformation of care, increasing the quality and adaptability of programs —and more importantly—the accountability of providers and customers alike. Alaska Native people are in charge of designing and delivering health care.