PDS Life

XP 2014: 20 Years in the Making

We held our 11th annual Extraordinary Performance (XP) conference in late June in Anaheim, Calif. – just miles from PDS®’ first supported dental office.

XP 2014 20/20 did not disappoint. It gave us a retrospective look at the organization’s past 20 years, celebrated the present, and gave a glimpse into what will be an exciting future for us.

There were also many inspiring presentations from various thought leaders: PDS Founder, President, and CEO Stephen Thorne, Mark of a Leader CEO and chief storyteller Doug Keeley, and internationally recognized graffiti artist, author and entrepreneur Erik Wahl.

XP 2014 also gave us a great opportunity to have a little fun and showcase the culture and people of our National Support Center. Check out this video and see if you can spot yourself. Don’t we all look Happy?!

Oh, and we did have fun…


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About Pacific Dental Services (PDS)

Founded in 1994, PDS is one of the country’s leading dental support organizations, providing Supported Autonomy that allows dentists to concentrate on Clinical Excellence and the highest levels of cost-effective comprehensive patient care. PDS originated the PRIVATE PRACTICE +® model to allow dentists to focus on their passion: serving patients. PDS also pioneered the concept of modern dentistry, enabling dentists to combine advances in technology with the best operational practices and procedures, highly skilled support staff and a commitment to ongoing training and education. PDS has grown to over 390 supported dental offices across the western, central and southeastern United States.

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About Kyle Guerin

Kyle Guerin is the Manager, We Serve at Pacific Dental Services®. We serve is all about using dentistry to make a difference in the world and in the hearts of those who serve. Kyle received his BA from Michigan State University and received his MBA from Vanguard University in SoCal. His passions include his wife, two sons, karaoke, and Detroit sports teams – not necessarily in that order.
  • Brian Kravitz

    Where’s the maintenance and construction department?