Glenn Govin, DDS, MPH
Bachelor of Science, Texas A & M University
Doctor of Dental Surgery, University of Texas
Masters in Public Health, University of Texas School of Public Health
Why I work at Neighborcare Health:
I began working in community health right out of dental school. I've found it to be very rewarding and have made it a career. I've spent more than 18 years at community clinics.
Glenn Govin moved to the Seattle area in 1999. Prior to his move, he practiced dentistry at community health centers in Houston, Texas, including the Sunnyside Health Center, the Center for the Retarded, and Bering Dental Clinic. During this time he also performed general dental services for patients at Houston's largest HIV/AIDS clinic, including assessing and treating oral manifestation of AIDS and implementing state of the art infection control measures. In addition to his practice at High Point Medical and Dental Clinic, Glenn Govin is a lecturer at the University of Washington and serves as the Director of DECOD, Dental Care of Persons with Disabilities Program. He is currently a member of the Federation of Special Care in Dentistry.