BRIDGET LOVERN, RDH
Well, if you are reading this I'm delighted that my resume did not end up lost in the stack of paperwork on your desk! I know your time is limited, so I thank you for setting aside a minute or two to take a peek at my resume. I encourage you to meander through the links and trust they will paint a better picture of who I am and how I can contribute to your office. Below are the areas of strength in my background that seem most relevant.
- Warm, sincere, and professional
- Passionate about the total health of people and the environment
- Detail-oriented and thorough with an eye for color, shape, and texture
- Genuinely interested in disease prevention and learning life sciences
- Enthusiastic and committed
- Adaptable: able to adjust readily to different conditions and expectations
I am a Registered Dental Hygienist licensed in Oregon and Washington with restorative, anesthesia and nitrous endorsement. I have experience in a variety of Washington private practices. I have primarily worked as a temporary Dental Hygienist without the aide of a temporary agency. This has given me a broad background in Dental Hygiene from traditional offices to modern state of the art dental practices. My temping experience has helped me become familiar with multiple dental software programs including Eaglesoft, Dexis and Dentrix. I have worked for some fabulous Dentists and they are listed among my references.
I am ecstatic to be returning to Portland after living in central Washington for the past 6 years. I will eagerly be looking to find some fantastic Portland dentists to work with. Ideally - yes, I'd like to land a full time position. Until that position presents itself, however, I will be delighted to help fill a part time or temporary need: short notice, maternity leave, or additional day of hygiene here and there.
I welcome the opportunity to share with you additional examples of contributions I can make to your office and look forward to getting to know more about you and your team. Thanks again for your time.
Bridget Lovern, RDH