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InGenesis Arora Wins $110M U.S. Army Dental Staffing Contract

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InGenesis Arora received a $110 million single-vendor contract to provide an estimated 270 dentists and other dental personnel to 10 U.S. Army dental treatment facilities in Georgia (Fort Stewart, Fort Benning, Hunter Army Base, Fort McPhearson, Fort Gordon); Alabama (Fort Rucker, Redstone); Mississippi (Camp Shelby); Kentucky (Fort Campbell); and South Carolina (Fort Jackson). The US Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) Center for Health Care Contracting manages the contract (W81K0408R0013), which takes effect October 1/09, for a period of 5 years. DID has more on the types of dental personnel that InGenesis Arora will provide… Other dental personnel being provided by InGensis Arora under this contract include dental assistants, dental hygienists, dental oral surgery technicians, lab technicians, and endodontists. The company expects the majority of these positions to be filled by employees at these facilties working under the existing vendor. They will be asked to re-apply for those positions with InGenesis Arora. If additional personnel are needed, InGenesis Arora will find them via its candidate databases and nationwide recruiting efforts. Online-only applications for CONUS dental positions are now being accepted at Commenting on the staffing for the contract, InGenesis President and CEO Veronica Edwards said: “There are incumbent personnel who are […]

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