Idaho State University’s Meg Long-Woodhouse to serve on Idaho Board of Dentistry
November 4, 2014
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter has appointed Idaho State University dental hygienist Meg Long-Woodhouse to a five-year term on the Idaho Board of Dentistry.
Long-Woodhouse, who has taught at ISU since 1991, is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Dental Hygiene. She is licensed to practice in Idaho and Oregon and is affiliated with the ISU Pocatello Family Dental Residency and Idaho Advanced General Dentistry program.
A 1978 graduate of ISU’s dental hygiene program, she was honored in spring 2014 with an ISU Alumni Professional Achievement Award, representing the Division of Health Sciences. Long-Woodhouse also serves on the board of the Pocatello Free Clinic.
The Idaho Board of Dentistry consists of five dentists, two registered dental hygienists and a consumer advocate familiar with health care professions. Their role is to help oversee the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene in Idaho.