WEST CHESTER, PA — Children’s Dental Management, a leading Dental Support Organization (DSO) serving more than 30 pediatric dental practices and ambulatory surgery centers across Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey, has named Dr. Noah Quinn, D.M.D. as its first-ever Chief Dental Officer. In this role, Dr. Quinn will address clinical quality for the entire organization and lead a Clinical Quality Committee comprised of regional clinical program directors.
Since the formation of the DSO’s current structure in 2017, Children’s Dental Management has more than doubled in size through both targeted acquisitions and de novo growth. With such rapid expansion, and more anticipated in the future, the organization found it imperative to appoint a provider such as Dr. Quinn to such a vital role.
“As we continue to enter new markets and grow as an organization, it is paramount that the clinical quality in our practices is upheld to the highest degree,” said Children’s Dental Management CEO Michael O’Donnell. “Noah is an exceptional dentist and I’m confident that he and the Clinical Quality Committee will ensure those high standards are met.”
Dr. Quinn is a board-certified Pediatric Dentist with more than ten years of experience serving the families of Philadelphia and surrounding communities as a Partner of Pediatric Dental Associates. A Philadelphia native, Dr. Quinn earned both his undergraduate and dental degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his pediatric dental residency at Temple University Hospital.
“I am incredibly honored to be entrusted with such an important responsibility within this organization,” noted Dr. Quinn. “I love being a pediatric dentist and introducing oral health habits to our patients at an early age. I look forward to ensuring that I and all of my colleagues continue to provide the greatest quality of care to our patients.”
Source: Children’s Dental Management, 200 Willowbrook Lane, Suite 220, West Chester PA 19382
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