All clinical providers rendering oral health treatment services must have all appropriate and active licenses issued by the appropriate licensing authority to provide treatment to Central Arizona Dental Society (CADS) MOM patients. All other volunteers must agree to a cursory background check to volunteer for the CADS MOM project. Please read the Arizona Mission of Mercy Volunteer Services Agreement before completing your volunteer registration.
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In general, most CADS MOM positions will follow the schedule below. Some areas will require that volunteers come in earlier or later. Dates/Times may change as we continue to plan for and figure out the logistics of the clinic.
- Thursday, December 7th, 10 am – 5 pm: Clinic Set Up (no patients)
- Friday, December 8th, 6 am – 6 pm: Dental Clinic (patients)
- Saturday, December 9th, 6 am – 6 pm: Dental Clinic (patients)
- Saturday, December 9th, 5 – 9 pm: Clinic Tear Down (no patients)
Please read the Protocols that are applicable to your volunteer position.
View the Volunteer Protocols
Lodging for Out of Town Volunteers
Volunteer parking is located on the south side of the Coliseum and can be reached from McDowell Rd. Please see an instructional map here. The address is 1826 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85007
When you arrive, put this sign on the dashboard of your car/truck. Download Parking Sign.
Hilton Phoenix Suites
10 East Thomas Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
Phone Number: 602-212-5310
Group Code: AZC
$99/night + tax
Dental instruments will be provided. You are welcome to bring your own, just make sure that everything is CLEARLY labeled with your name. Pediatric dentists – safety kits will not be provided, so you should bring your own. Hygienist – we will have 20 cavitrons available. If you would like to bring your own, clearly labeled cavitron, we will re-calibrate it for you at the conclusion of your shift.
Personal Dental Instruments: If you wish to bring your own dental stools and other equipment, you may set-up your operatory on Thursday, December 7, at the clinic site between 3:00 pm and 4:30 pm. Please be sure all equipment brought to the clinic is CLEARLY labeled. The sterilization unit has procedures to separately handle your personal instruments.
If you are volunteering on both Friday, December 8 and Saturday, December 9, you may leave your equipment by your chair.
Clinicians should plan to bring protective eye wear, face shield and any other personal protective equipment you use in your office. Headlamps and extra batteries are also recommended to increase visibility. Ultra Light Optics is an event sponsor. They will have headlamps and loupes available for volunteers to borrow. You will need to provide your credit card number in order to borrow equipment.
A disposable gown, masks and gloves will be provided. Instruments and supplies will be also be provided but if you have favorites you may wish to bring your own instruments and supplies, just make sure they are very CLEARLY labeled. A very limited supply of curing lights will be available, so you may want to consider bringing your own (please label it). We also suggest that assistants bring a stool as CADS MOM is unable to provide these for assistants.