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Civic Reception For Dental Hygienist Of the Year

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A civic reception has been held in Cloonavin for Dental Hygienist of the Year Joanne Cregan.

She received the accolade earlier this year at the Northern Ireland Healthcare Awards which seek to recognise the most distinguished and deserving names in the sector.

Since graduating from the Belfast School of Dental Hygiene in 2001, Joanne’s successful career has included both private and NHS practices. She is currently employed with Waterside Dental in Coleraine.

The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Councillor Brenda Chivers said: “Joanne’s award demonstrates her ongoing commitment to her career and it is testament to her experience and caring approach to her patients. I would like to wish her many more successful years working in the industry which she is clearly so passionate about.”

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