Leading on PDA Committees
PDA considers participation in committees to be essential in supporting our organizational goals. Through a spirit of volunteerism, dentists and administrative staff lend their voices, time, energy, and focus to implementing changes in our organization. Associates have the opportunity to help create an organization they want to buy in to, and Shareholders help the organization flourish.
At PDA, Associates can develop leadership skills by volunteering to serve on one of several committees, such as the Clinical Effectiveness Committee, the Peer Review Committee or the Associates Committee. Once an Associate Dentist is elected to Shareholder, he or she may run for PDA’s Board of Directors.
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- 401k Committee
- Board of Directors
- Clinical Effectiveness Committee (CEC)
- Compensation & Benefits Committee
- Medical Emergency Response Program (MERP)
- Peer Review
- Permanente Dentist Retirement Plan (PDRP)
- Professional Directors
- Quality Assurance/Improvement Committee (QAIC)
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- Associate Director of Evidence Based Care and Oral Health Research
- Associate Director of Informatics and Technology
- Associate Director of Operations
- Associate Director, Quality of Care
- Associate Director of Recruitment
- Associate Director of Service Excellence
- Associate Director of Strategy and Business Development
- Professional Director / Area PD
Practicing Skills Through Volunteering
PDA Dentists can also practice their leadership skills by helping organize one of the many volunteer activities in which PDA Dentists participate, including:
- Give Kids a Smile Day
- Back to School Health Clinic at Wallace Medical Center
- Northwest Medical Teams in the U.S. or Abroad
- Oregon Mission of Mercy
- Free dental clinics