NCDHA Annual Session
NCDHA AND MAHEC HAVE BEEN EVALUATING THE CURRENT SITUATION WITH HURRICANE IAN. CURRENTLY OUR PLAN IS TO HOLD OUR ANNUAL SESSION AS PLANNED. IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED, IT IS NOT TOO LATE. IF YOU ARE REGISTERED AND CANNOT ATTEND DUE TO THE WEATHER IN YOUR AREA, CONTACT US BY 12:00 PM SEPTEMBER 29 AND REQUEST A VIRTUAL OPTION!
PLEASE ALLOW ADDITIONAL DRIVING TIME AND BE SAFE! WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THIS WEEKEND IN ASHEVILLE.
The North Carolina Dental Hygienists’ Association is excited to announce that we will be meeting in Asheville, NC for our 2022 Annual Session
Schedule of Events
Check out our amazing CE opportunities! NCDHA is honored to have a great group of speakers covering periodontal therapies, oral pathology, and more! Additionally, Hands-on opportunites will be avaiable for advanced periodontal therapy for currently licensed RDH’s.
BOOK YOUR ROOM NOW! LIMITED SPACE – OUR ROOM BLOCK WILL FILL UP FAST SINCE THIS IS DURING THE PEAK LEAF SEASON
Residence Inn by Marriott Asheville Biltmore
701 Biltmore Avenue
Asheville, NC 28803
2 room suite – 1 queen and pullout sofa
Make reservations by 9/8/2022 by calling 1-888-236-2427 and refer to NC Dental Hygienists’ Association.
Holiday Inn & Suites – Biltmore Village
186 Hendersonville Rd.
Asheville N.C. 28803
1 King – standard room
$95/night Thurs. $175/night Fri./Sat.
2 Queen – standard room
$105/night Thurs. $185/night Fri./Sat.
Make reservations by 9/15/2022 by calling 828-277-0026 and use the group code NDH. There is a two night minimum stay
NCDHA is honored to be a
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