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St. Vincent Mobile Dental Clinic Welcomes New Dentist

first_imgSt. Vincent Mobile Dental Clinic in Evansville is pleased to welcome Michelle Kelley, DDS, as a full-time dentist.  St. Vincent Mobile Dental Clinic is a special unit just for children that provides dental education and prevention services. The Clinic is a fully functioning dental office which takes dental care to patients by parking on-site at local schools and agencies.  Please see the attached for additional details and feel free to call me at 812-485-4897 if you would like to arrange an interview with Dr. Kelley. Michelle Kelley, DDS, has joined St. Vincent Mobile Dental Clinic in Evansville as a full-time dentist. Dr. Kelley is a native of Evansville. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene from the University of Southern Indiana and went on to complete her Doctor of Dental Surgery at Indiana University of School of Dentistry where she graduated with the highest distinction. Prior to joining St. Vincent Mobile Dental Clinic in this full-time capacity, she served as a part-time dentist for the Clinic while also maintaining a private practice. St. Vincent Mobile Dental Clinic is a special unit just for children that provides dental education and prevention services. The Mobile Dental Clinic’s unique mobile care capability, combined with its focus on quality treatment, makes our program an innovative leader in care.The Clinic is a fully functioning dental office which takes dental care to patients by parking on-site at local schools and agencies. Services provided on the Mobile Dental Clinic include:ExamsCleaningsX-raysFluorideSealantsFillingsStainless steel crownsExtractionsSpace maintainersAppliance therapyPulpotomy’sReferrals to local specialists for root canalsClinic staff also provide assistance to those who may not have insurance by offering help with signing up for Hoosier Healthwise and arranging for payment plans. The Clinic is focused on the healthy future of the children of our community.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

News story: Motorcyclists encouraged to make their riding more enjoyable

first_img DVSA’s priority is to help you through a lifetime of safe riding. You’re never too experienced to learn more safety skills, and the DVSA enhanced rider scheme is all about helping make a ride out even more enjoyable. While experience and riding regularly help, there’s no substitute for the training, advice and tips you’ll get from an expert trainer. 5,872 motorcyclists were killed or seriously injured in 2016 During the same time, 16,785 motorcycles were involved in all reported accidents.Taking extra training can help reduce the risk of being involved in a collision, and make any ride out more enjoyable. The DVSA enhanced rider scheme includes modules on topics including: Motorcyclists are among the most vulnerable road usersIn 2016, 319 motorcyclists died in incidents on Great Britain’s roads, and 5,553 were seriously injured. Serious injuries include things like a broken neck or back, severe head injuries and internal injuries. Helping you through a lifetime of safe ridingMark Winn, DVSA Chief Driving Examiner, said:center_img defensive riding and hazard awareness progress and use of speed effective braking techniques The DVSA enhanced rider scheme is a voluntary scheme to help motorcyclists get more from their riding.You’re never too good, and the DVSA enhanced rider scheme lets you improve the skills that will help make your riding safer and more fun.How the scheme worksYou book an appointment with an expert trainer. The trainers are passionate bikers who want to share their experience and advice to help you get more from your riding.You’ll go for a ride out with them for between 1 and 2 hours. This is so they can see what you’re good at and any areas you might be able to improve.If you don’t need any training, there’s nothing more to do. You’ll be sent a DVSA enhanced rider scheme certificate.But if you do need some training, you’ll work with your trainer on a personalised training plan. When you’ve done the training, you’ll be sent a DVSA enhanced rider scheme certificate.The cost of the scheme is set by individual trainers. Some local councils also offer a subsidy to help with the cost. Check with your trainer or local council. Find a DVSA enhanced rider scheme trainerlast_img read more