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Public Rulemaking Hearing Notice

The Board invites and welcomes your feedback on proposed rule changes. The public comment period opened Aug 31st and closes Oct 8th at 4 pm PST.  Public comment can be submitted to information@oregondentistry.org

The Board will review all public comment and the rule changes at the Oct 22, 2021 Board Meeting. Please review the following documents  to see the proposed rule changes: 

2021 Dental Hygiene Renewal Open

Registered Dental Hygienists due to renew by September 30, 2021 can now log-in to the licensing portal below to renew their license. For detailed instructions on registering an account on the new system, please click the "New Licensing System" tab above.

OHA Temporary Rulemaking – Vaccination Requirements for Healthcare Providers

To prevent and slow the spread of COVID-19, all Oregon healthcare providers and healthcare staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or request an exception by October 18, 2021.
 
The new regulations are administered and enforced by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA).  The rules apply to all OBD licensees who provide direct patient care or have the potential for exposure to patients. For additional details on the vaccination requirements, and religious or medical exceptions, please review the  Healthcare Provider and Healthcare Staff Vaccine Rule FAQs and the full text of the OHA rule, OAR 333-019-1010. Questions may be directed to the Oregon Health Authority at COVID.19@dhsoha.state.or.us.

BLS/CPR and/or ACLS/PALS

Please be aware that all Licensees must comply with the requirement to maintain a current and valid BLS/CPR for Healthcare Providers (and/or ACLS/PALS certificates if necessary for your anesthesia permit requirements). These must be maintained at all times while licensed by the Oregon Board of Dentistry.
*Reminder - Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and/or Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) do not serve as a substitute for Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS).

Beware of Scammers

The DEA and the OBD are aware of various scammers claiming to be Board staff to gain confidential information and possibly extort Licensees for money or information. The OBD will never ask for payment by phone or email. 

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