Five-year-old patient Alex Miller has pictures of his teeth taken by Karen Omniewski, a public health dental hygiene practitioner with the Erie County Department of Health, during a teledentistry visit in Corry last week.
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Karen Omniewski RDH, PHDHP, MS, a long standing member of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA), tells us the story of how she began her career as a clinical Dental Hygienist over forty years ago.
Our Penn Hy-PAC team has 100 ‘Tooth shape Flag’ pins available for a small donation of $10.00 each. PLEASE purchase and wear your pin ‘Hygienist Proud’. PDHA member leaders will have pins available at your component CE courses this fall and at Annual Session in Valley Forge
Want to be informed? A listserv is a quick and easy way to keep you current on professional issues. Your District II Trustee, Donna Hickey, will create a monthly, one-page summary of important dental hygiene challenges and professional activities which will be distributed through email via the ADHA listserv service. Please visit www.adha.org/adha-listserv to sign up for our District II update.