N.C. dental program hires 3,000 positions
N.T. & F.A.L.: The Associated Press | N.c. to expand dental program article NATIONAL CITY, N.J. (AP) A program to provide dental care in a remote New Jersey community for the elderly and disabled is expanding to other areas of the state.
The National City Public Health Department says the dental program is now accepting applications for new positions at its two clinics.
The dental program serves about 1,300 people at the two clinics in the city, and the new positions will help fill the need.
The New York-based nonprofit is part of the N.H.H.-managed New Jersey Health Care Authority.
The agency provides primary care, health services, dental care and outpatient dental care to more than 2 million people in the state and has a long history of helping New Jersey’s elderly and chronically ill.