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Kool Smiles Hiring Dozens of Healthcare Professionals for Maryland, Washington, D.C. Offices

Wednesday, May 18, 2011 General News J E 4
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Job Fairs in Baltimore and College Park on May 25 and 26

BALTIMORE, May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Kool Smiles, a leading dental health provider for children and adults, is hosting job fairs to fill almost 50 positions in its Maryland and Washington, D.C. offices. The new jobs are part of the organization's continued efforts to expand access to quality dental care for families in underserved communities.  

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Kool Smiles will be interviewing for eleven new dentist jobs as well as several hygienists, dental assistants, office staff and community outreach personnel. Qualified professionals are invited to attend the following job fairs:

Wednesday, May 25, 201110:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.Marriott BWI Airport1743 West Nursery RoadLinthicum (Baltimore), Maryland 21090

Thursday, May 26, 201110:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.Holiday Inn1000 Baltimore AvenueCollege Park, Maryland 20740

Attendees should bring a resume. For specific job openings by region, please visit the Kool Smiles Jobs website at www.koolsmilesjobs.com .

About Kool Smiles

Kool Smiles is a leading dental health provider dedicated to expanding access to quality dental care for children and families in underserved communities. Kool Smiles dentists are proud to offer care to kids and adults with almost any insurance plan, including State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), Medicaid and Tricare. Kool Smiles also provides oral health education programs through partnerships with community schools and organizations.

The alarming state of oral health today is the foundation upon which Kool Smiles has built its mission and vision. Despite the United States' status as the wealthiest country, the former U.S. Surgeon General concluded that oral care is the #1 unmet healthcare need for children. Over 50 percent of 5- to 9-year-old children have at least one cavity or filling, and that proportion increases to 78 percent among 17-year-olds. Oral health is essential to the general health and well-being of children and plays a critical role in their ability to succeed in school and acquire positive self-esteem.

To learn more about your options for children's dentistry or to find a local Kool Smiles dentist, please visit http://www.MyKoolSmiles.com.

SOURCE Kool Smiles

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