February 2, 2013
The Muskogee Phoenix
Sat Feb 02, 2013, 09:34 PM CST
A internal dental practitioner, Dr. Brad Hoopes, was inducted as a Fellow of a International College of Dentists during a 83rd annual Convocation in San Francisco recently.
An titular classification for a approval of superb and commendable use to a contention and community, a college presented Hoopes with a membership plaque, a bullion lapel pin and a bullion pivotal mystic of this brotherhood for celebrated use rendered a art and scholarship of dentistry.
More than 250 dentists from a United States were inducted into a college during this year’s ceremony, according to a media release. The college, with deputy chapters in some-more than 80 countries, has some-more than 11,000 members, including about 6,500 in a United States.
A connoisseur of both Muskogee High School and a University of Oklahoma, Hoopes has hold many positions and honors in a dental village during his 30 years of dental practice. A member of a Oklahoma Dental Association and a American Dental Association for 30 years, Hoopes has served on a Board of Directors for Delta Dental of Oklahoma and on a Board of Trustees for a Oklahoma Dental Foundation.
Hoopes has participated as a proffer for Mission of Mercy in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
As an investigator given 1992, Hoopes has also served as boss of a Western Regional Exam Board. Hoopes has also served on a Oklahoma Board of Dentistry from 1992-1998, and 2008-2013 as a member and has been boss of a Oklahoma Board of Dentistry given 2011. He believes that both of a groups “serve to strengthen a open and to strengthen a dental profession.”
In 2008, Hoopes was inducted as a Fellow in a American College of Dentists. He continues to use in Muskogee, and was recently assimilated by his son, Dr. Mitchell Hoopes.