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Pacific Dental Services Reviews
Rating 4.42 out of 5 12 reviews
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The benefits and bonus' are easily the biggest pros about working here. The cons are going to be how money driven some of their offices can be. I've worked for excellent doctors and I've worked for greedy ones, but you can't really blame the company for that type of person I suppose. Aside from their "trial by fire" training that they provide, I highly enjoy working for this company. Their pay is lower than the private practice offices' but the benefits usually make up for it. Make sure the office you want to work in has a competent Office manager or your daily schedules can become overwhelming. Some of their offices are open from 7am-7pm so long shifts are to be expected of you. The charting/scheduling system is very easy to learn and they have ample online modules for learning new skills/systems.
Lots to learn and plenty of opportunity to move around. They have a great health care benefits and a competitive 401K plan. When COVID-19 took over our world, the founder of PDS was honestly heart broken. Tears were shed from the corporation to all the offices when Steve Thorne had to furlough 90% of his company. He is optimistic and brings hope to most who work within the PDS culture. It is a culture of it's own. There are good people and work as a team.
Their willing to help you become the best at your job title with a bunch of random classes and courses . The offices are very modern and chic with the latest technology. However, there isn’t any work-life balance . Hours can become really scarce . Difficult to get time off . Schedule is always a mess. Workers are over worked and underpaid. Regional managers and office managers only see patients as dollar signs. Never able to achieve a bonus . Also , most of the management employees have no dental experience what so ever . So that makes it a little hard for them to :schedule certain procedures for the appropriate time , explain a procedure they’re trying to sell and respect the field itself .