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Washington - Peninsula Community Health Services - AEGD

Peninsula Community Health Services

About PCHS

The PCHS mission is to expand access to high-quality care in a way that meets each patient's individual needs. PCHS has adopted a new model of team-based, collaborative, and intergrated care in which dentists, primary care providers, pharmacists, behavioral health clinicians, and administrative staff work closely together, sharing the same electronic health record and often working in close physical proximity to one another.

PCHS is an accredited Patient-Centered Dental Home (PCDH) by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). PCHS is committed to providing effective dental health care services to all patients. Our new Dental Residency Training Program will provide comprehensive training in delivering excellent dental services and training with the latest technological equipment.

The program will provide the new dental resident experience working with a diverse population of paitents with varying needs for specialized care. Experienced providers will work side-by-side with residencts as they treat patients in the various outpatient health care settings at PCHS. Program staff will support residents in advancing their skills in delivering dental health care specific to the needs of each individual patient.

Program Core Overview

  • 12 months, Full Time training and mentorship
  • Full integration into the organization
    • Integral part of the Dental Care Team
    • Part of an integrated patient care team including: Medical, Behavioral Health, Pharmacy, Mobile, and MAT services
    • Involvement in Quality Improvement and practice designs
    • Clinical meetings, committees, and work group participation
  • Dedicated supervision and precepting by experienced dentists
  • Direct dental practice
    • Endodontics
    • OMS
    • Prosthetics & Restorative dentistry
    • Pediatric care
    • Periodontal services
  • Expect to use the following technologies
    • Digital radiography and charting system
    • Apex locators and rotary endo
    • Comprehensive oral surgery supplies
    • Nitrous-all ops
    • Diode laser
    • E-Prescribing (eRX)
    • Comprehensive restorative materials
    • Extensive laboratory support for prosthetics
  • Didactice and Clinical experiences to further dental education

What is the mission of your training site? 
The PCHS mission is to provide accessible, affordable, quality health and wellness services for our communities.  

What types of dental services can I expect to perform?
Endodontics, OMS, Prosthetics, Pediatrics, Restoratives, and Periodontal services 

What types of technologies can I expect to use?
Digital radiography and charting system, Apex locators and rotary endo, Comprehensive oral surgery supplies, Nitrous-all ops, E-Prescribing (eRx), Diode laser, and Comprehensive restorative materials including: composites, GI hybrid materials and GI. 

What is the patient population?
Age Ranges (percent of total dental patients seen in 2019): 1 – 11: 22% 12 – 17: 12% 18 – 40: 36% 41 – 55: 16% 56+: 14%  Total number of patient visits generated by the PCHS dental program in 2019: 31,967 

What is life like outside of the training site?
The Pacific Northwest has everything an outdoor enthusiast would love: biking, hiking, skiing, kayaking, mountain biking, fishing! If you like the indoors and big city, Seattle is a short 35-minute ferry ride away. We are close to the Cascade Mountains, Olympic Mountains, and Canada. Enjoy the year-round moderate climate and spectacular summers while getting to know the friendly and personable community members in the area.

Will  residents  have  the  opportunity  to  restore  and/or place  implants  at your training site?
Residents will have experience restoring implants. They will not have experience placing implants.

Will  residents  treat children in  your training site?
Yes 34% of patients are ages 18 and younger.

Name NYU Langone Dental Medicine - Peninsula CHS - Bremerton, WA
Number AEGD1597
Description You may use the name and number noted above to locate this site in the ADEA Pass Application.
Organization Address

400 Warren Avenue, Suite 200
Bremerton, Washington 98337

Contact information

Dr. Michael Insani
Dental Director

Website https://www.pchsweb.org/

Peninsula Community Health Services- Bremerton
400 Warren Avenue, Suite 200
Bremerton, Washington 98337

Year network/office opened 2020
Electronic records Yes
Digital Radiology Yes

Contact us for more information on our residency programs.

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