When Ashley Marlink began working for Southern Arizona Endodontics as a dental assistant six years ago, she quickly learned there was something different about this practice. Not only was the level of patient care remarkably superior, but the people who worked there all exhibited much more than just a desire to get a paycheck. From the doctors to the receptionists, these people truly cared about others and their efforts were not just in words, but in action. They also took those caring actions outside the walls of the office, to the Tucson community at large.
SAE “Love Others” Philosophy
Ashley observed that the doctors and assistants happily volunteered their time and skill during Hopefest– an annual Tucson event where medical professionals and others volunteer their skill and time to help the hungry, needy and under-represented members of our community. Then during the holidays, Ashley watched as underprivileged families’ needs were provided for through gifts and donations from the SAE staff. No, this wasn’t just a job towards a paycheck for these folks; there was a “love others as you love yourself” philosophy that permeated every aspect of the practice.