DCA’s VP of Real Estate Operations Featured in Commercial Construction and Renovation Magazine
Dental Care Alliance (DCA) has been making news for advancing the practice of dentistry. Now DCA’s VP of Real Estate Operations, Craig Murray, has been featured in Commercial Construction and Renovation magazine.
DCA began in 1991. During the past 25 years, the company expanded to become one of the nation’s largest dental support organizations with every recognized dental specialty. DCA has attracted more than 600 dental professionals and dental experts with its rewarding career opportunities, customized practice-transition solutions, and proven record of clinical autonomy and practice support. Some of this growth and success can be attributed to Craig Murray, who takes an active role in the development of every new DCA dental practice.
In the insightful article, Mr. Murray describes the most rewarding aspects of his role and the true keys to managerial success. He also reveals his personal perspective on providing proper leadership while maintaining a comfortable work-life balance.
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Founded in 1991, DCA is one of the largest multi-branded dental support organizations in the U.S. with more than 320 affiliated practices in 20 states. DCA-affiliated practices provide patients with a wide range of dental services including general dentistry, endodontics, oral surgery, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, and periodontics. DCA provides dentists with clinical autonomy, career satisfaction, and growth opportunities by reducing day-to-day administrative responsibilities so they can focus on providing the best clinical care to each patient.
In my first two years out of school, I was fortunate enough to take the IV sedation course and implant courses. Dental Care Alliance actually picked up the tab. It was over $20,000 in courses. If I started my own practice I would not have had that opportunity.