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What do you guys think about this? Would you be interested in working in dentistry? How many more months of schooling would you sacrifice to be qualified? I think it's a great opportunity to expand the PA profession and it would open up a lot of new job opportunities. Below is a link to the FAPA survey if anyone is interested in taking it, it only took about three minutes to complete. Should PAs get involved in oral health? Many Americans lack regular access to dental care; this is especially true in the state of Florida. One proposal to address this problem is the inclusion of physician assistants in oral health care delivery. This survey investigates physician assistants' interests and desires to serve in an oral health capacity. Your participation gives valuable information that could aid in increasing access to oral health. Please click link below to take this anonymous survey:https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YL5PV32
Hello everyone, A quick question... I just came across this program at RRCC, and I was wondering about the 2000 hours of paid healthcare requirement. I have worked as a civilian dental assistant/dental front office for the past 7 years. For 7 years before that I was an Active Duty Air Force health services management technician (medical administration. I just wated to know if the program will count my years of dental assisting paid healthcare hours? BTW - I got my bachelors degree in biology from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2005. If anyone has any insight it would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks, Jermaine