“The Chester County Commissioners presented a check for $35,000 to representatives from Community Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) this week. The funds are part of the County’s annual appropriations to organizations and non-profits and will be used by CVIM to help fund the organization’s dental care program. The check was presented by County Commissioners Michelle Kichline, Kathi Cozzone and Terence Farrell to CVIM President and CEO Maureen Tomoschuk, Dr. Peter Thompson, VP of Dental Affairs and Alberta Landis, VP of Dental Services for CVIM.” Read More…
Congratulations Dr. Mary Wirshup, 2018 Main Line Today Healthcare Hero! On May 16, 2018 members of the Community Volunteers in Medicine team were invited to the Springfield Country Club to join in celebrating this year’s Main Line Today Healthcare Heroes as they received their awards. CVIM received a generous donation as the nonprofit beneficiary of this wonderful event. Thank you Main Line Today and all of the Healthcare Heroes doing great work in their communities and around the world!
Needed! Public Health Dental Hygiene Practitioner to fill in for a maternity leave September 2018 to January 1, 2019.
32 hrs per week. One day working clinical at CVIM’s West Chester location. Three days will be working on a portable unit at either St. Rocco Center, Avondale or Surrey Services for Seniors, Devon.
Must have a current PHDH license.
Experience with mobile equipment a plus.
Bi-Lingual English/Spanish a plus.
Interested applicants should contact:
Alberta Landis, Vice President of Dental Services
610-836-5990 ext 107 or email Alandis@cvim.org
“The Pennsylvania Dental Association Public Service Award is presented to Community Volunteers in Medicine for its unwavering commitment to oral health education and dedication to improving access to oral health care.” Thank you to The Pennsylvania Dental Association for this special recognition and to our partners and supporters who make our dental services possible. Oral health is integral to overall health and the team at CVIM does a great job educating our patients and doing outreach in the community.
Each week, Charity Navigator highlights a list of ten exceptional charities that are hard at work on a particular cause or issue. Community Volunteers in Medicine is proud to be among the organizations earning a perfect score of 100% for executing their missions in a fiscally responsible way while adhering to good governance and other best practices. In Charity Navigator’s April 10, 2018 blog post Charity Navigator’s Top 10 Tuesday: Charities with Perfect Scores the go-to charity evaluating organization for well-informed donors said, “Today, we’re featuring ten extra special organizations. These charities are part of an elite group of organizations that have received perfect scores from Charity Navigator. This means they work toward their missions while adhering to best practices and meeting the highest standards of financial health and accountability and transparency practices.” Click to read the full blog post.