April 3, 2020
Dear Dental Community,
In recent weeks, Canadians have had to come to grips with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the profound impact it has and will have on our country.
As an organization dentalcorp recognizes that in this crisis we have an opportunity to demonstrate leadership in dentistry and help protect the health and wellbeing of patients, dental professionals and Canadians at large.
With that goal in mind, over the past several weeks, we have created resources to support our dental practices through this pandemic. We want to share these resources with all members of the dental community to help in any way we can.
The below COVID-19 resources and more are now available on our website. Please register and share with your team members and colleagues in the dental community, and the public at large. We will continuously add new resources.
Guides including dentalcorp’s COVID-19 policy and directions for providing care safely in the current environment
Access free CE courses through DC Institute’s eLearning catalog, which has been made publicly available. Learn from experts in a new webinar series featuring speakers such as Dr. Kevin Katz, Head of Microbiology at Sunnybrook and Dr. Brian Rittenberg, Division head for Maxillofacial Surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital, part of Sinai Health System.
As a healthcare company, our top priority is to provide safe and effective care to our communities. We have kept a number of our clinics open solely to offer emergency care services to patients in need. Visit hellodent.com to see which clinics are open in your area.
During this period of uncertainty, it’s all the more important that we be patient, kind and compassionate to one another, especially to our most vulnerable. We hope you will join us in ensuring the health and safety of Canadians as we persevere through this challenging time together.
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