Dental Medicine General Practice Residency Program
About the Program
The emphasis of Monmouth Medical Center’s general practice residency
in dental medicine is on comprehensive dental treatment that is part of
total patient care.
Residents garner the education, training, skills and experience:
- To plan and provide or manage multidisciplinary patient-focused oral health
care for a variety of patients including patients with special needs while
minimizing the need for referral.
- To function effectively within the hospital environment.
- To understand the oral health needs of the community and to provide community service.
- To develop a professional commitment to life long learning that incorporates
evidence-based decision making processes and quality management methodologies.
This is a one year PGY1 program that begins July 1 through June 30 with
an option of continuing for a second year PGY2 chief residency position.
About the Faculty
Raymond K. Simmons, D.D.S., D.M.Sc.
Dr. Simmons is the Acting Department Chair and full time Director of the
General Practice Residency Program at Monmouth Medical Center.
He graduated from Howard University College of Dentistry, Washington, D.C.
and he earned a General Practice Residency (GPR) Program certificate from
Harvard Medical School/ Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, and
a certificate the Oral Medicine/Doctoral Program at Harvard School of
Dental Medicine, Boston. Additionally, he completed post-doctoral fellowship
training in oral biology at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda.
He is a member of the American Dental Education Association and American
Academy of Oral Medicine.
He joined Monmouth in 2013 from the University of Texas Dental School in
Houston, where he served as director of the Advance Education in General
Dentistry and General Practice Residency.
In addition, Residents receive their dental education from a highly regarded
Dental Staff that consists of more than 50 general practitioners and specialists
in all areas of clinical dentistry. Every discipline is lead by a Section
Chief who coordinates didactic and clinical experience in that discipline
with the Program Director.
Physicians in medicine, surgery, pediatrics, anesthesiology and emergency
medicine offer expertise to residents on a clinical rotation.
A full-time director of research in medical education assists each resident
with a research project, paper and presentation.
Section Chief, Dr. Raymond Simmons
Dr. Peter Abadir
Dr. Eric Adler
Dr. Michael Adler
Dr. Farida Ali
Dr. James Burden
Dr. Richard Champagne
Dr. James Chenitz
Dr. Robert Damurjian
Dr. Beth DeAngelis
Dr. Thomas Driscoll
Dr. Adam Eisenberg
Dr. Mitchel Friedman
Dr. Brett Loeser
Dr. Nathalie McOmber
Dr. Robert McTaggart
Dr. Michele Schultz
Dr. Daniel Shomer
Dr. Davis Thomas
Dr. Melinda Wagner
Dr. Martin Weinstock
Section Chief, Dr. Herbert Gutentag
Dr. Ira Baum
Dr. Mark Elband
Dr. Rajeev Gupta
Section Chief, Dr. Michael Steinle
Dr. Barry Elbaum
Dr. Jeffrey Elbaum
Dr. Kayvon Haghighi
Dr. Brian Krost
Dr. Manolis Manolakakis
Dr. Richard Salman
Section Chief, Dr. Richard Isaacson
Dr. Edward Boim
Dr. Gregory Coakley
Dr. Meka Harris
Dr. James Isaacson
Dr. Robert Isaacson
Dr. John Young
Section Chief, Dr. Madeline Badalaty
Dr. Jill Alenier
Dr. Danny Chiang
Dr. Jocelyn Jeffries-Bruno
Dr. William Lieberman
Dr. Liya Ostrow
Dr. Matt Safari
Dr. Kate Siegler
Dr. Elisa Velazquez
Section Chief, Dr. Marc Gordon
Dr. Andrew Samuel
Section Chief, Dr. Anthony Sallustio
Dr. Eric Gordon