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Staff Appreciation Week Highlight: Beth

June 7, 2016

Beth began working with my team 23 years ago. She is a dear friend and valued co-worker. Her title is Correspondence Coordinator but she does SO much more. Beth makes sure every patient receives accurate information about their treatment in terms that they can understand.   She is also our detail guru and is the best at proof reading, which I usually need help with! She takes on many special projects and is great at getting all the facts organized.

Beth is married to Bill and they have a grown daughter, Emily, who is married to Jonny.  Beth works part-time these days and enjoys being with her two grandchildren, Adoniah and Judah.  She is also a prolific sewer and quilt maker.  Beth makes exceptionally beautiful quilts and donates many of them Jimmy Everest Childrens Cancer Unit at OU Childrens Hospital.  She is also very active in her church and helps with an outreach program for internationals arriving in OKC.  I’m very fortunate to have Beth and her unique skills as part of our team.

-Dr. David Birdwell




Get to know your Correspondence Coordinator:

What do you do for fun?
Sew, quilt, bake chocolate chip cookies, read, play with grandchildren and volunteer!

What is your favorite spot in Oklahoma City?
Our zoo! I love the zoo and it is so much fun to take my 3 year-old granddaughter.

If you could go anywhere on vacation in the world, where would you go?
I am not much of a traveler! Most of the time, I prefer my sewing room.  However, the mountains of Colorado is a favorite spot.  It is so peaceful and quiet there. Oh, and you can see stars!

What makes you smile?
Making someone else smile!

What do you love most about Orthodontic Arts?
I love that one of our priorities is communication with patients and referring dentists.  I enjoy creating a letter to patients to help them better understand their treatment.

Why is having a beautiful smile important to you?
A beautiful smile helps complete your face!  A smile is a non-verbal way to communicate with people of all ages.