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Happy New Year and welcome to 2020! Northeast Delta Dental is pleased to announce the January issue of Smile Coach Monthly, a monthly oral health educational resource that features articles, polls, recipes and a whole lot more. Please visit smilecoachmonthly.com to enjoy features that include 'The essential mineral for a healthy smile', 'How healthy teeth are linked to rocks', 'How you can help employees with a financial resolution', and our recipe of the month is a tasty, low-calorie meal - Beef and broccoli stir fry.

Northeast Delta Dental is looking for a Solutions Architect to join our team!  This individual will analyze and translate business, information, and technical requirements into an architectural blueprint that outlines solutions which integrate across applications, operating systems, and platforms to achieve business objectives. Identify technical deficiencies, emerging technology trends, and provide expertise and support in the design and implementation of complex enterprise ecosystems.  Learn more and apply today at our Careers page!

Concord, NH – The Allied Dental Education Department is pleased to announce that we have received a $5,000 grant from Northeast Delta Dental Foundation in support of our portable dental clinic.  This clinic has been operating in partnership with the Merrimack Valley High School since 1997, which was established as part of the Community Clinic course at NHTI.

Northeast Delta Dental recently promoted Auburn, New Hampshire, resident, Courtney Morin, FSA, MAAA, to Vice President, Actuarial & Underwriting. Morin has been employed by Northeast Delta Dental for 15 years, joining the company soon after earning her Bachelor of Arts degree from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, with a major in mathematics and economics.

Concord, N.H.: At its fifth annual Leadership Summit, the Granite State Quality Council (GSQC) announced the next phase in its evolution as it becomes the ExcellenceNorth Alliance (ENA). For 27 years, the GSQC has been the nonprofit resource for organizational excellence, starting in New Hampshire and, in 2012, adding Vermont and Maine. ENA will continue to be the Baldrige-based nonprofit working with Northern New England organizations and communities to optimize performance systems needed to build and sustain success for the long-term.

Saco, Maine: Delta Dental Plan of Maine announces the election of a new board member, Jennifer Brunacini, DDS, of Falmouth, who practices at the Jessie Albert Dental and Orthodontic Center in Bath. She previously worked at the City of Portland’s dental programs, including Health Care for the Homeless and the Amanda Rowe Student Health Clinic at Portland High School.

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ARLINGTON, VT – Battenkill Valley Health Center (BVHC) is pleased to announce it has received a $5,000 grant from the Northeast Delta Dental Foundation to expand their Community Outreach and Oral Education Program.

Concord, NH. - Today, Delta Dental, the nation’s leading provider of dental insurance covering over 78 million Americans, launched the Delta Dental Institute, a first-of-its-kind national organization dedicated to putting a new spotlight on the importance of oral health. The Delta Dental Institute will be a national voice calling for health care, public policy, academic, and other leaders to begin placing a greater emphasis on the importance of oral health and the impact it has on overall health, and will engage in research, outreach, and advocacy to help all Americans make informed decisions about their oral health.

Delta Dental Plan of New Hampshire announces the election of two new directors to its board, Rachel L. Forbes, DMD, of Rye and James E. Larrick of Hanover.

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