Suzanne Ebert DDS

Prepare for a Successful Practice Transition

Friday, April 1   |   2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Two (2) CE Hours  | Category D

 

Course Objectives

  • Building your transition team
  • Setting realistic expectations (for both sides!)
  • Exploring different transition and mentorship paths
  • Finding the right match

Course Description

Deciding to enter or leave a practice is one of the most important decisions you will make throughout your career. Hear from the ADA Practice Transitions (ADAPT) experts on how to ensure a successful transition, whether you are buying or selling a practice, hiring an associate or finding a job. After the presentation, ADAPT will hold a Q&A session where you can ask your most pressing practice transitions questions and receive advice from the experts. 

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Speaker Bio:

Dr. Suzanne Ebert graduated from University Of Louisville College Of Dentistry in 1998. After completing a residency, she started a solo private practice and enjoyed being a private practitioner for 11 years.  Upon the sale of her practice, she elected to continue her career by providing dental care to indigent populations as the Dental Director at a local Federally Qualified Health Center.  Under her tenure the clinics expanded and addressed real needs in the community including eldercare, special needs care and ER diversion.  As Adjunct Faculty for the University of Florida, she had the privilege of working directly with senior dental students as they rotated through the clinics.  Dr. Ebert is unwavering in her desire to protect private practice dentistry.  She is a vocal advocate of having a strong association to lead the dental profession through the issues facing it today.