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I have found that practicing dentistry in Montana is a rewarding profession. Montana has all the advantages I look for in a home state! Here, I have the opportunity to participate in many outdoor activities, including hiking and fishing. Most of all, the people that live here are the best advantage! The people in Montana are really what make practicing dentistry here such a great career. In general, Montanans are honest, trusting, appreciative, and friendly. Working with these types of people on a day to day basis makes a big difference in how happy one is with any profession, but especially as a dentist.
I am a practicing dental hygienist in Dillon, Montana. I LOVE to work in a small town environment because I feel like I can connect with each of my patients individually and have a friendly personal relationship with them. My patients feel comfortable with me, not only because I know them, but because I usually know their entire family as well! We have a lot of fun working together as an oral health team!
There is something special about providing healthcare in a truly frontier region, about having patients deeply connected to the earth and shaped by the pioneer spirit that is still essential to making a life in this place of natural extremes. Here, the scope of family medicine can be as big as the Big Sky overhead. I feel so lucky to have found a place where my vocation and my avocations—hiking, photography, skiing, appreciating wildlife—can blend so magically!
I feel like I was sent by God to this hospital and to this place. People here make you feel like you are home, even if you aren’t from the area. You walk down the hall and people smile. I love looking out the windows and going for walks on my breaks because the scenery is amazing. The mountains are so enormous and they make me
We are your “go-to source” for finding a healthcare job in Montana. With MHA Connections and the National Rural Recruitment and Retention Network (3RNet), we have a huge database of opportunities state-wide and candidates nation-wide. Let us help find the perfect match for you.