You’re in good hands with Rodericks, says Dental Practice Manager Deborah Lynne Jefferson
For the last two years, Deborah Lynne Jefferson has been working for Rodericks Dental as Practice Manager of Burnham House Dental Practice. It’s a role, she says, that may not have been possible without Rodericks.
“Before Rodericks acquired the practice, I was employed as a dental nurse. It was only after the group came in to the equation that I was promoted to Practice Manager, and I haven’t looked back since.
“Though I had my initial reservations, I can safely say that the training is much better with Rodericks, there’s far more support available, and the managerial hierarchy is considerably better organised – not just at board level but on the ground within the practices too. It’s not generic like some corporate practices either. The internal policies and procedures may have changed – for the better might I add – but the atmosphere is still very much the same as before for our patients.
“The actual four-month transition period went extremely smoothly for my team and I as well. Right from the very beginning it was very clear that the group genuinely cares about its staff as well as its patients.
“As such, I would advise any practice currently undergoing an acquisition by Rodericks not to worry, because you’re in good hands.”