Industry: Education, Government & Non-Profit


Not Specified years

Posted 58 days ago

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Since 2005, MTC Medical has provided quality medical, dental and mental-health services to men and women in our care. It's made a big difference in the lives of those individuals who are working hard to turn over a new leaf.

MTC Medical provides more than 14,500 men and women at 12 facilities with prompt, professional, quality health and dental care. MTC's certified doctors and high-level nurses provide excellent care and promote healthy lifestyles. Patients seen by MTC Medical staff are grateful for the prompt and caring service they receive.


Management & Training Corporation (MTC) is working to secure a contract for the Jones County Processing Center in Anson, TX. Upon receipt of a contact, MTC anticipates providing all aspects of facility operations, including security, maintenance, administration, education, laundry, food, and medical services.

MTC is currently seeking candidates interested in a Dentist position. This position directly supervises the dental assistant and is esponsible for providing preventive and corrective dental care to detainees in compliance with MTC Medical and customer directives.

Other functions include:

  1. Provide dental diagnostic and treatment services to detainees, using current knowledge of methods, practices, procedures and techniques of providing quality diagnosis and treatment in accordance with ICE standards. Document all treatment accurately, legibly and promptly.
  2. Provide guidance and technical supervision to dental hygienists and dental assistants performing direct and indirect patient care services; coordinate clinic operations with the health services administrator.
  3. Maintain an effective clinical patient scheduling and record-keeping system; maintain records on clinic operations and prepare required reports, as needed. Schedule patients in accordance with ICE guidelines.
  4. Coordinate and participate in patient education programs and services; provide consultation, guidance, and in-service education to other health services staff.
  5. Refer patient to oral health specialists for consultations, evaluations and treatments.
  6. Adhere to established corporate, facility and correctional policies and procedures in making decisions, while using sound independent judgment in performing the duties of the position.
  7. Maintain security and confidentiality of all patient medical records.

Education and Experience Requirements:

Requires DDS or DMD degree and valid license to practice dentistry with DEA registration in the state of Texas and current CPR certification. Two (2) years of general clinical practice strongly preferred. Must successfully complete required pre service training. US Citizenship required. Valid driver's license in the state of Texas with an acceptable driving record required, unless waived by management.