Thanks to their generosity and commitment to service, the Pacific Dental Services Foundation Mobile Dental Clinic spent Friday, September 20th in Jerome providing free dental care to 26 people. Eighteen volunteers provided the comprehensive care including four dentists, three dental hygienists and five dental assistants. The patients were truly appreciative of the quality of care provided.
On Thursday, the 26th, the Jerome Fire Department celebrated their annual “picnic” thanking the citizens for their support and honoring firefighters. Due to pending rain, the event was held in the firehouse and was very well attended. There was plenty of delicious food at the potluck, and the Jerome Ukulele Orchestra provided the musical entertainment.
Dr. Jack is busy preparing for the the second Public Health Symposium he will be leading at the upcoming Greater New York Dental Meeting, December 3rd and 4th at the Javits Center in New York City. There will be four panels of world renowned leaders addressing critical issues relevant to all healthcare providers and educators. Admission is free to dental students and residents. Please check their website for details.
Prior to departing for Seattle, Dr. Jack Dillenberg was a featured speaker at the Arizona State Dental Association (AzSDA) LEAD conference.
As the Global Ambassador for the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry (AADMD), Dr. Jack Dillenberg attended the annual conference held in Seattle, Washington. He participated in the AADMD Institute Career Panel and was a speaker for a break-out session. While there, Dr. Jack had the opportunity to visit with the leadership of Special Olympics to discuss the upcoming games and his potential future involvement.
After a chilly, cloudy week, Dr. Jack Dillenberg was happy to return to Jerome and participate in the July 4th parade.
"The most difficult glue to find is the one to repair broken trust." Dr. Jack Dillenberg