Rachel Heineman is the first of three spectacular sisters to join the staff at McCarl Dental Group. She heard about our Greenbelt dental office 14 years ago from a mutual friend of Dr. Jay McCarl. Rachel became a part-time dental assistant while taking college courses. Her sister Christine came to work for the McCarls just months after Rachel started and another sister, Emily, has worked for McCarl Dental Group for three years.
Rachel has many valuable attributes that make her an outstanding employee. In addition to being compassionate and understanding to our dental patients, she is very intelligent, deep thinking and mature. Six years ago, Rachel started working as a receptionist at both our Greenbelt and Shipley’s Choice dental offices. She enjoys helping patients understand their dental insurance and all other administrative details of their dental treatment. Rachel appreciates the wide range of financial options available to patients at McCarl Dental Group including interest free dental financing, and whenever necessary, directs them to our Patient Advocate for additional financial assistance.
What many of our patients may not realize is that Rachel is also a very talented photographer. Her passion for art and design are apparent in her beautiful photographs. She specializes in photography of families and children and has taken fabulous pictures for her coworkers and the dentists at McCarl Dental Group. Rachel and enjoys reading literary classics in her spare time. She and her husband Pete are the proud parents of two beautiful children.
We are very fortunate to have Rachel and her sisters helping our dental patients. Rachel says, “I have always appreciated the flexibility that has been extended by the McCarls while I was in school and now that I have children. I feel blessed that I can work part-time at a place where I enjoy the people I work with and where the hours are perfect for me to be able to stay home with my two children. I enjoy helping patients and I feel good when they walk out our doors smiling.”