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Ophthlamology & Optometry Recruiter at OjO

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Average pay for Eye Surgeons in the U.S.  What does an Ophthalmologist earn?  Practices who are motivated to make a great, fair market salary offer to attract quality ophthalmologists want to know this information.  Here is a brief survey of 13 public websites that give salary information regarding ophthalmologist's compensation and pay. 

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Drew Caldwell was a part of the AAO's Conversations with the Experts in 2018 and he'll be doing it again this year in San Francisco!  It's never to early to start thinking about recruitment, especially when you're searching for a great surgeon fit for your patients and staff.

If you're an Ophthalmology practice owner or administrator and you're asking yourself "What is the best way to recruit an Ophthalmologist for our practice?", please connect with us.  We would love the opportunity to help you find and hire a talented eye surgeon for your practice opportunity.

Straight from the Cutter's Mouth

Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast was started with the goal of providing an informative venue for ophthalmologists to listen to informal yet insightful thoughts from both leaders in the field and up-and-coming retina specialists. 

Here are just a few of the ophthalmology positions that we have right now.  OjO has a lot of other positions, but we wanted to let you know about these ophthalmology opportunities right away.

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CANDIDATE ALERT - OPHTHALMOLOGIST Looking for JOB in ID, MT, CO, OR and WA state...

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A career mentor can give you wisdom on tough decisions, like "I have a lot of good opportunities to pick from.  What is the best ophthalmology job for me?"  Said another way, Young Ophthalmologists have many, many jobs to pick from- So getting a job is easy, BUT finding a great OPPORTUNITY with a talented team of ophthalmologists who you trust is not easy- it's a lot harder.

If you're asking this question and you're trying to narrow down your search for a great ophthalmology job or partnership opportunities then you'll like this helpful MD career checklist for your reference.  If you have any questions about this information, just send us a quick note to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Best Questions Young Ophthalmologists Should Ask When Interviewing for Job Opportunities.

Here's a helpful checklist for Young Ophthalmologists who are searching for jobs or partnership opportunities.

Questions for YO’s to Ask or Discuss When Interviewing for Jobs and Partnership Opportunities- Drew Caldwell at OjO

Wouldn’t it be great if you had a career mentor- or a career coach or counselor who could help you navigate the national MD/Ophthalmology jobs scene?  That’s what this checklist is all about. I refer to this checklist as the “Things I Wish I Had Known to Ask” questions and topics for ophtho job seekers. This list has been 11 years in the making and is based on my experience and the experience of countless surgeons I’ve worked and talked with about finding the best ophthalmology partnership or job opportunity.  Keep in mind- you, as a YO will have many, many good job choices and options- but not all opportunities are created equal. Put another way, it’s easy to find a job, it’s a lot tougher to find a really great opportunity with a talented, ethical team of MDs that you’ll fit in well with.

Here’s the List.

Who owns the ASC?

What is the commute time from the office where I’ll work to the ASC?

Doctor and Staff turnover.

How often do associates become partners?

How does the practice handle negative online reviews?

Is there a Mentor in the House?

Are there any teaching opportunities with this position (formally or informally)?

How busy will you really, truly, actually be?

Where will your patients come from?

I don’t understand the bonus structure in my contract- what do I do?

What will the buy-in cost and what does it include---What’s not included?

How numerous and how strong are their relationships with primary care MDs and ODs?

How important are word of mouth patient referrals to the practice?

Is the practice adding multiple doctors at the same time?

How will the practice market you so that you can both be quickly successful?

Is the practice considering a merger, acquiring another group or perhaps selling out to private equity?

If I prefer not to become a partner, will I be allowed to stay on as an employee?

What are the steps to becoming a partner?

What are the advantages of becoming a partner?

Would you mind if I talk with the last doctor who was here?

In what ways is the practice always looking to improve patient eye care?

How happy are you with your EMR?

What does the group do or want to do to attract and keep top notch non-MD talent?

How will you fit into the practice?

What is the practice culture? What’s it like to actually work here?

How much time will be spent at remote locations?

What is the commute time to each location?

What kinds of patients will be sent to you from other doctors in the organization?

Tech support...experienced--- turnover?

Can you meet and speak with people in other departments, not just doctors. Such as front desk, billing, techs, marketing, administration? Do you tend to hear a lot of people talking about why they believe in the organization?

How are decisions, especially big decisions in the practice, made?

Flexibility in the schedule.

Has your attorney reviewed your contract? Suppose you lose your job or decide to switch practices...Will you be able to stay in the area and still practice locally or will you and your family have to relocate?

Thanks for reading OjO's blog on the "Best Questions for YOs to Ask When Searching for a Job". 

If you have any questions about this career checklist, or you'd like us to present this information to your residency or fellowship program, please let us know.

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Yo2Go Global Ophthalmology Make a difference OjO Ophthalmology jobs Online

Did you know that Yo2Go Connects Young Ophthalmologists for Global Ophthalmology!  Take a look at this roster of Yo2Go Liaisons from many different residency programs. http://yo2go.org/get-involved/become-a-yo2go-liaison-for-your-program

This is a great opportunity to get involved with global eye care relief efforts.

Here is a list of Global Fellowship Programs in Ophthalmology- Courtesy of Yo2Go.org: http://yo2go.org/opportunities/global-fellowship-programs

Among the programs listed are The Dean McGee Eye Institute http://dmei.org/global-eye-care1

Emory Eye Center http://www.eyecenter.emory.edu/education/global_ophthalmology_fellowship.htm

University of Nebraska Medical Center http://www.unmc.edu/eye/international/fellowship.html

John Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah School of Medicine http://medicine.utah.edu/ophthalmology/education/fellowship/international.php

Wills Eye Center for Academic Global Ophthalmology https://www.willseye.org/academic-global-ophthalmology-fellowship

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Busy and well-established cataract and refractive surgical practice is seeking a General, Glaucoma, Cornea, Retina or Plastics trained Ophthalmologist who values integrity, compassion and exceptional patient care to join this progressive, state of the art practice. This premier practice is located in beautiful Lexington, Kentucky.  This high-volume practice has built their reputation on providing the latest eye care technology with individualized service.

The practice offers a generous salary, production bonus and outstanding benefits; including health, dental & life insurance, short & long-term disability insurance, 401k/retirement plan,      3 weeks of vacation and 1 week continuing medical education.  The practice offers an excellent opportunity for a qualified candidate who is interested in partnership.

The beautiful mild climate in Lexington allows citizens to enjoy the outstanding restaurants and activities in a progressive University town. As the second largest city in Kentucky, Lexington manages a rapidly growing population while working to maintain the character of Keeneland Racecourse, Kentucky Horse Park and the surrounding horse farms that give the region its identity. Lexington has one of the nation’s most stable economies and describes itself as having a fortified economy, strong in manufacturing, technology, and entrepreneurial support, benefiting from a diverse, balanced business base. Lexington is home to many thriving arts organizations, including a professional orchestra, two ballet companies, a professional theatre, several museums, several choral organizations, and the highly respected University of Kentucky Basketball Team!

Why is Lexington, Kentucky a great place to find an Ophthalmology job?  Take a look at these links to learn more.

Lexington, KY Department of Tourism:   https://www.visitlex.com/

Lexington, KY Chamber of Commerce: https://www.commercelexington.com/

Lexington, KY Parks and Recreation: https://www.lexingtonky.gov/departments/parks-recreation

 

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True Turn-Key Ophthalmology Practice for Sale in Jacksonville, FLORIDA. Ethical, caring owner is searching for buyer for his ophthalmology practice. Strong desire to turn practice over to caring, principled eye surgeon who will provide exceptional, ethical care for patients. This is a state-of-the-art practice with all the bells and whistles!

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Restoring Sight. Transforming Lives.

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Young and Experienced Ophthalmologists who are interested in medical eye trips, should check out SEE International.  
"SEE works with partners around the world to restore sight and transform lives of underserved populations. We are committed to working in developing countries, where 90% of the world’s blind live, with the aim of ensuring all have access to quality eye care."
SEE does a great job of vetting and screening ophthalmologists so that the care given is exceptional.  Only Board Certified Ophthalmologists are able to be lead surgeons on their trips.  Ophthalmology Residents and Fellows can attend and pitch in but cannot perform surgery.  This is a great way for YOs to get exposure to the world's blind poor, who desperately need our help!  SEE has a lot of opportunities, especially for fellowship trained ophthalmologists to teach and train ophthalmologists in their home countries.  This is a neat, sustainable way to empower local eye surgeons to better care for their communities.
Personal note:  The late, Dr. Harry Brown, was the energetic, compassionate, visionary behind SEE International. Harry's life touched so many and his legacy lives on through SEE.

 

I just had to post this because it is a really unique, attention getting ophthalmology job listing. 

Granted this style of post won't work for every practice but it is an encouragement to be authentic when you're posting your ophthalmology practice opportunity on the AAO or elsewhere. Kudos to Dr. Evan Wolfe for trying something novel!

 

OPHTHALMOLOGIST to join our way-busy, wicked-fun, utopian, MD/OD practice in suburban Alaska!
Wolf Eye Center, Inc
WASILLA, Alaska

Seriously, we are friggin' awesome (if not entirely utopian or modest), and we need you to join us to absorb the tremendous demand for our amazing patient care experience!

If you are a highly skilled, motivated, and genuinely friendly surgeon (no snobs please), launch a fantastic chapter with us, in our gorgeous, state-of-the-art, free-standing, 12,000 sf eye center with full optical, technical, and administrative support.

Plan on starting with 400 cataracts per year in a sexy new multispecialty ASC (which you should buy into!).

Work with every conceivable type of patient, injury, and medical/surgical eye disease, in close collaboration with me and our two fabulous, eminently capable optometrists.

This is not the boonies. We currently offer Symfony and toric IOLs, iStents, blephs, SLT, PIs, and minor office adventures, but refer most surgical glaucoma, cornea/refractive, retina, peds, and complex plastics. Feel free to add new services and overflow our parking lot! Lots of latitude, minimal attitude. Just saying.

We are spoiled brats, and have every diagnostic/treatment gadget that we want. We work our technicians, scribes, and opticians like rented mules, to make the docs' day easier (somewhat kidding). Our expert full-time IT, HR, and billing heros will keep your productivity maximized. So far we have refused to implement EMR, because they are sucky, and slow us down. There, I said it.

You will make serious Benjamins, with full bennies. We even have our own in-house Krav Maga studio. Weird, huh? Prepare to be amazed, not appalled. We're looking for a long term partner track relationship, with the all the responsibilities that requires, but you'll be treated like royalty.

Wolf Eye Center is strategically located in suburban Wasilla, in the Mat-Su Valley of southcentral Alaska. It's a spectacular setting of natural beauty with endless outdoor recreation possibilities, excellent schools, small town charm, actual cultural events, minimal traffic, no commuting, paltry sales tax, and no state income tax!

Get to know us (at least, what we want you to know) at...

www.wolfeyecenter.com

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Please visit www.alaskavisit.com for an intro to our area. It's mostly true! And again, this isn't the edge of the earth. I'm from New Jersey, and I believe we've got pretty much every urban/suburban amenity here. Except decent pizza. It's pretty awful. I have to make it on the grill.

I really look forward to discussing this position with you (and trying to convince you how wonderful winter can be). Please email your situation to me (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or call the cell (907-232-8046...remember AK is 1 hour earlier than Pacific time).

Best regards,

Evan Wolf, MD PhD

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This is really great news!  Here's some incredible news from one of the best Ophthalmology training and eye research centers in the U.S.; Wills Eye Hospital. Take a look.

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WILLS EYE SPONSORS FIRST U.S. STUDY OF DEVICE FOR BLIND RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA PATIENTS

WILLS EYE HOSPITAL SPONSORS FIRST U.S. “EARLY FEASIBILITY STUDY” OF NEW IMPLANTABLE DEVICE FOR BLIND RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA PATIENTS
Wills Eye Hospital has been given Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval to begin an early feasibility study (EFS) to implant the RETINA IMPLANT Alpha AMS sub-retinal device in patients blind due to Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP). The Alpha AMS is manufactured by Retina Implant AG, Reutlingen, Germany and has been designed to replace the non-functioning and absent photoreceptor cells in the eye lost to the RP deterioration. The surgically implanted Alpha AMS chip stimulates the remaining components of the visual system to restore limited functional vision in blind RP patients. The eye’s own natural focusing system (without the need of a camera) focuses light on a chip made of 1600 photo diodes. The RETINA IMPLANT Alpha AMS is an investigational device in the US and has CE Mark approval in Europe since 2016.

“This study represents the very earliest phase of clinically testing a potential new option for patients and families grappling with the devastating blindness caused by Retinitis Pigmentosa. We are thankful for the smooth process in working with the FDA and for the opportunity of offering this exciting technology in the form of an EFS investigational study to our blind RP patients for the first time in the U.S.” noted Julia A. Haller, MD, Wills Eye Hospital Ophthalmologist-in-Chief.

Retinitis pigmentosa is a degenerative eye disease which is the leading cause of inherited blindness in the developed world. There is no known cure for RP which affects an estimated 100,000 people in the USA and 1.5 million people worldwide. Approximately 1,500 individuals with RP each year progress to total blindness. Wills Eye Hospital is the only site in North America conducting this investigational research study and will enroll up to eight patients for implantation. If this initial study demonstrates encouraging results, a larger pivotal study will be performed to gain FDA approval.

Here's a link to the original article at Wills Eye Hospital: https://www.willseye.org/wills-eye-sponsors-first-u-s-study-of-device-for-blind-retinitis-pigmentosa-patients/

Here's a neat fact about the Wills Eye Hospital: More ophthalmologists have trained at Wills Eye than any other program in the U.S.

 Wills Eye Hospital is absolutely unique in all the world: a gift of the Quaker merchant James Wills to the City of Philadelphia in 1832.  He gave the fortune he made from his grocery business, to build a hospital for the indigent blind – and thus Wills became the nation’s first eye specialty hospital.  
 In 1839, the first physician to be trained in Ophthalmology as a specialty came to Wills, and in our 185 years of existence we have trained the most ophthalmologists of any program in the country. 

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Here's a great new ophthalmology job with a practice that I know and like:  Genstler Eye Center of Topeka, KS is recruiting a talented eye surgeon for a partnership opportunity.

Here are the job details:

Will you be at the AAO in Chicago?  If so, we'd love to talk with you about our great practice opportunity.

Genstler Eye Center
http://www.g-eye.com

We are a very progressive, established group ophthalmology practice with an excellent reputation among patients and providers. We are recruiting a Comprehensive Ophthalmologist / Cataracts / Refractive Surgeon. We would love to find a talented, personable surgeon for our group. 

Job-seeking Ophthalmology candidates who are motivated to find a great opportunity in Kansas with future partnership prospects, with an ethical team, will want to learn more about our group and the communities we serve. 

Need: Comprehensive Ophthalmologist / Cataracts / Refractive Surgeon. 

Partnership: This is an employment position with opportunity for future partnership. 

Experience level: We will consider ophthalmologists in residency training as well as experienced eye surgeons. The most important thing for us is to find a great MD match for our team. 

Company Culture: Welcoming, open, collaborative and collegial. The best way to describe our organization is dynamic. We are constantly looking for new ways to improve the care we give to our patients. In that respect, we are continually learning and evolving so that we can be an exceptional practice. 

MDs- 3 
ODs- 2 
MDs - Dr. Arla Genstler, MD, Dr. Gerald Zeavin, MD, Dr. Stephen Hinton, MD 
OD’s - Jessica Mai, OD, Amber Hanschu, OD 
Locations served: Topeka, KS, Lawrence, KS and Manhattan, KS. 
Scribes: Each doctor has his or her own scribe. 
Well-trained staff: The majority of our staff have certifications in their particular areas of expertise; COE, COA, COT, CPSS, OCS etc. 
Salary and Benefits: 
The incoming ophthalmologist will receive an exceptional salary plus productivity bonuses and attractive benefits offering. Malpractice, Tail, PTO, CME, Health / Dental, 401k, Life Insurance and more will be provided. 

To learn more about our practice opportunity and the people at Genstler Eye Center, please connect with our Ophthalmology Recruiter, Drew Caldwell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Find out More About Living and Working in Manhattan Kansas! 

Here are some helpful facts and web links about Manhattan Kansas. 

Population of the county: 71k+ 
Unemployment: 2.2% 
Large local employers include: Kansas State University, GTM Sportswear, Florence Manufacturing Co. 
Manhattan is the future home of the U.S. Bio and Agricultural Defense Department. 

Forbes ranks Manhattan, KS as one of the top 30 “Best Small Places for Business and Careers”. https://www.forbes.com/places/ks/manhattan/ 

“Manhattan has seen the job market increase by 3.3% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 42.9%, which is higher than the US average of 38.0%.” https://www.bestplaces.net/economy/city/kansas/manhattan 

Schools in Manhattan, Kansas...Here’s a quote the high quality educational opportunities in Manhattan. 

“Manhattan is one of the best educational environments I have ever seen. The local school district is filled with passionate employees and the facilities are modern and well-maintained. Also in town are 3 wonderful colleges, Kansas State University, Manhattan Area Technical College, and Manhattan Christian College.” 
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Things to Do in Manhattan, KS per Tripadvisor. 
https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g38877-Activities-Manhattan_Kansas.html 

City of Manhattan Parks and Recreation. Here’s a great link to all the parks & trails in the Manhattan, KS area. 
https://www.mhkprd.com/160/Parks-Trails 

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Is this how you see recruiters?  You're not alone--- That's why we created OjO. We're naturally relational.  We're different.  
If you're looking for a talented, personable Ophthalmologist or Optometrist for your team, give us a call.  Let's talk. You'll get useful helpful information on the ophthalmology recruitment scene and some great tips.
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So if you're thinking to yourself "Where can I post jobs online for free in Optometry", or put another way "What is the best, free online OD job board?", well you found it!

Post Your Optometry Job Free with OjO! If your private practice or optometry center is searching for a great place to list your O.D. job opportunity for free, Now is the time.   Simply send your optometry job write-up or o.d. job description to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we'll help you get some free visibility for your optometry job opportunity.  This is a short-term offer with no strings attached.

Free OD Job Board - Free OD Job Listing with OjO.

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If you’re not getting the number of ophthalmology candidate’s you’re looking for, or if you’d like an additional way to find the very best surgeon available for your opportunity, I would be glad to talk with you to learn more about your recruitment dilemma and to develop a strategy that might work best for you.

We are an experienced physician recruitment agency that works exclusively with ophthalmologists and optometrists as well as fellowship trained eye doctors (Cornea, Glaucoma, Oculoplastics, Vitreoretina, Pediatrics).

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Ophthalmologists- Interview at the AAO, Academy meeting...Great time to set up job interviews and meet future employers and practice partners face-to-face...OjO - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
If you'll be at the AAO 2018 in Chicago, let us know and we'll try to help you network to find great jobs and partnership opportunities.
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Just for fun---a break from ophthalmology recruitment...Whether you're searching for a candidate for your practice opportunity or looking for a great job, here's a super funny youtube video that'll make your day a little easier.  Enjoy.

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Southern MICHIGAN / Northern INDIANA - Comprehensive Ophthalmologist Job--Glaucoma a plus...Fantastic Quality of Life

A well-respected and established practice with multiple offices in Southern Michigan and Northeast Indiana, is seeking a caring, hardworking Comprehensive Ophthalmologist for their growing patient load – Glaucoma training would be a plus but is not required.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an Ophthalmologist looking for a patient-centered, reputable group with family-like camaraderie in the office, and an outstanding quality of life for you and your family.

The Position / Practice
The incoming ophthalmologist will work with a 3 doctor group.  You'll be busy right away, with an anticipated daily patient encounters volume of 40+ a surgical volume of approximately 35 surgeries per month. There is a big demand here for your ophthalmology skills! Young ophthalmologists will value the mentoring they will receive here. Our Ophthalmologist is a top-notch surgeon, with a history of great outcomes.  He is an ethical physician who genuinely puts his patients 1st!

We have a well-trained, career focused and certified staff, and we are proud to say we have a very low turnover rate. Many of our team members have been part of the practice for a decade or more.

Surgeries are performed near each of our 3 locations. The surgery staff is consistent at each location and they are wonderful to work with. Call will be shared equally with the incoming ophthalmologist but most situations can be handled over the phone.

The Area
You will really appreciate the quality of life our family-friendly Michigan community offers. No commute headaches, a relaxed pace of life, a friendly welcoming community and lots to see and do. Outdoor enthusiasts will love being active in Michigan's true four seasons climate!  Great golf,  kayaking, cross country and downhill skiing, fishing, boating, or camping at one of the more than 100 lakes in the area or tour them on a bike and enjoy Michigan’s beautiful Autumn colors. Families who enjoy small city charm can go to the farmers markets, small shops, year-round festivals, and live productions at one of the oldest theatres in the state. “Foodies” can experience the Foodie Trail, the Ice Cream Trail, or visit the Amish bakeries in Indiana. Even the auto racing or horseback riding enthusiast has places to go nearby. When you need a night on the town or want to get away for the weekend, you can choose between multiple cities an hour or two away.

Ophthalmologist who are a good match for this practice opportunity can expect competitive compensation and productivity bonuses as well as a comprehensive benefits package. 

On a personal note:  We know this ophthalmologist well and have visited his practice locations.  He is a wonderful physician, a good man, and he will be a fantastic mentor.  If you would like to learn more about this Michigan ophthalmology job, please send us a note:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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PORTLAND, OREGON Glaucoma Surgeon Job Opportunity...More info coming soon. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
OjO --- Love Your New Ophthalmology Job in Portland!
 

Here's a great List of Optometry Schools, Colleges and Programs in the U.S. and Canada.  This is a great way for optometry and ophthalmology practices to reach out to OD schools in the U.S., especially if you're interested in hiring new grad ODs.  Quick tip-- To create an account, login and post a job on all of these programs will take you quite a while.  Just a helpful DIY Recruitment tip from us.  Happy Hiring!  OjO

Many ophthalmology practices want to find and hire a great optometrist or residency trained O.D. for their practice. In addition to posting an ad on the AOA job center, you can reach out to the programs closest to you to find good, local talent.

Most of these programs offer free optometry job postings. In some cases though employers have to pay a fee to post or be an alumnus of the program.

National Geographic just published it's "Best Cities in the U.S. List".  As doctor recruiters, we're always keen to know more about America's hot spot cities. 

We're posting this for you, the YO or experienced ophthalmologist--- While you're looking for a great job, we know you'll want to spot a great location to move to right?

Dallas Texas Glaucoma Surgeon Job Opportunity OjO Ophthalmology jobs Online Find a texas ophthalmology job

Dallas, TX area Ophthalmology Job- If you're looking for a comprehensive / glaucoma position (with cataract work) in the Dallas, TX area we've got a great ophthalmology practice opportunity for you!

Glaucoma + Cataracts Surgeon Needed for DALLAS, TEXAS Ophthalmology Practice!

Featured Jobs for Young Ophthalmologists in training, Fellows in training and experienced Ophthalmologists who are looking for great employment and partnership opportunities.

DALLAS, TX--- Glaucoma Surgeon--- Owner is an incredible, highly likable surgeon who I've known for years.  He has a great practice model, an incredible reputation and an uncommonly good opportunity.  The group is looking for a Glaucoma surgeon with an entrepreneurial spirit and a forward thinking, sociable personality. Practice is gorgeous and has a wonderful ASC--- Located in upscale area that is very popular for young professionals.  Practice growth has been remarkable.  I know this doctor well and I believe in him.  Extraordinary ophthalmologist and an extraordinary opportunity for a talented, skilled surgeon with superior people skills.

KNOXVILLE and CHATTANOOGA- High volume cataracts and / or Oculoplastics, Retina, Glaucoma, Peds, and Cornea

ALABAMA, BIRMINGHAM, MOBILE, HUNTSVILLE - Growing, large group is searching for doctors who are considering fellowship training and looking for positions in attractive AL metro areas. They have a unique business and patient care model. Any fellows in training are encouraged to learn more about Alabama ophthalmology jobs.

MISSISSIPPI
Gulf coast opportunity- Partnership- Big, documented need for a Glaucoma surgeon in this area. You’ll join a mid-sized growing group of all fellowship trained MDs.

 

Other positions--- For a full list send us a note and let us know where you’d like to live and work.
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FLORIDA - Phenomenal, stable small group practice. Well-run, with a great MD team and a strong administrator. MD team gets along very well and is looking for a dynamite addition to the group. Partnership option available. Good SE Florida location.

MARYLAND / D.C. Cornea Surgeon Wanted for Partnership.

MASSACHUSETTS - Comp Ophthalmologist, fellowship training in any subspecialty a +++...will offer STIPEND while in training for the right doctor...Small group in fantastic community near Boston proper. Exceptional schools for your children. Upscale area.

MICHIGAN - Comp Ophthalmologist; Will consider Fellowship trained ophthalmologists who also wish to perform cataract surgeries...Beautiful Michigan location- Big need for additional team member. Good, friendly people. Partnership opportunity.

MISSOURI - Ophthalmologist team is ready to recruit new surgeon.  Established practice- good quality of life and a partnership option after 2 years.  Area doctor demographics indicate big need in this market.

OHIO - Corneal fellow sought for busy practice. Sizable volume, lucrative partnership, multiple locations.

PENNSYLVANIA- 2 positions at this growing group...Peds and Cornea...Partnership opportunity.

SOUTH CAROLINA - Comp, Cornea or Glaucoma...Partnership opportunity with friendly 8 doctor SC private practice. Good work culture and quality of life in this community.

WISCONSIN - Comp Ophthalmologist Needed- Large, respected team focused first and foremost on patient care. Wonderful work environment. Esteemed, ethical team. Great place for professional growth and mentoring.

TENNESSEE- Comp Ophthalmologist, Partnership opportunity with productive, well-run organization. Market leading group that takes care of employees...word of mouth referrals based practice.

TEXAS - Comp Ophthalmologist--- Likeable, caring doctors- Great mentors...90 minutes to Dallas/Ft Worth area. Small TX town- good place to raise your family, be an owner and have a life!

TEXAS - Retina surgeon who wants to perform general ophthalmology for big-brand university / health system. You’ll work in 50 doctor multi-specialty center. Comfortable work pace, excellent pay and benefits.

VERMONT - Comp Ophthalmologist- Plastics or Refractive a +++. Join an MD duo who really enjoy working together- they’re an excellent, fun team and they’d love to find another great doctor to join them. Excellent reputation for exceptional care- Beautiful work space, great ASC onsite, highly ranked and rated community. Work / Life balance is highly valued here.

VIRGINIA - Comp Ophthalmologist- Glaucoma or Cornea a +++ but not required. Nice university town...great outdoors location- gorgeous setting--Nice size MD team. Wonderful staff- Partnership opportunity.

We care about your career and we would love to help you find a great employment or partnership position. Send us a note- Ask for “The Best Questions YO’s Should Ask When Considering a Job or Partnership Opportunity.” If you’d like we’ll be happy to talk with your residency or fellowship program about this helpful article.

Other positions--We have many other ophthalmology practice opportunities that will be featured in the future...For a full list of ophthalmology jobs, send us a note and let us know where you’d like to live and work.
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Comprehensive Ophthalmologist or Glaucoma or Cornea Fellowship Trained – South Carolina, Partnership Opportunity.

Opportunity in beautiful South Carolina located just 90 minutes from the Ocean. This is an attractively structured buy-in/partnership opportunity for a great candidate.

Busy, well-established surgical practice is seeking an ophthalmologist to join this progressive, state of the art practice located in South Carolina. A dynamic and growing practice with 7 Ophthalmologists and 1 Optometrist is seeking a General, Glaucoma or Cornea trained Ophthalmologist who values integrity, compassion and exceptional patient care to become part of their medical team. This practice provides the tradition of excellence in eye care since 1938 and remains the leader in professionally sound diagnosis and treatment of eye disease while promoting community awareness of overall health to thousands of patients annually. Dedicated to providing total quality care, their ophthalmologists encompass a wide variety of specialties including glaucoma, ocular plastics, cataracts, corneal and refractive surgery, retinal surgery and pediatric ophthalmology.

This practice is seeking an Ophthalmologist who can provide quality care and patient satisfaction in an efficient manner. This high-volume practice has a positive work culture and a great team and offers a generous salary plus many benefits; including health & dental insurance, disability insurance, 401K, life insurance, 3 weeks of vacation and continuing education reimbursement.

We encourage 2019 graduates to apply as well. Please forward your CV and cover letter to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Ocean Springs, Gulfport, Biloxi area...Glaucoma Surgeon with Comprehensive Ophthalmology/ Cataract skills wanted for Partnership position with long-standing group.

Fellowship trained Glaucoma surgeon / Comprehensive Ophthalmologist sought for thriving Mississippi group.  We are an efficient, productive private practice focused 1st on exceptional patient care.  Our team of doctors are all fellowship trained and we have a wonderful, highly trained staff.  We have multiple locations and ASC's and are passionate about helping generations of patients to come.

The need for a Glaucoma surgeon in this service area is well documented; market demands, a growing, aging population and a shortage of providers in this Gulf coast area means plenty of opportunity for the incoming surgeon. Many area doctors are at or near retirement age and glaucoma patients are underserved in this region.

We anticipate your surgical volume to be approximately 12-20 per week; approximately 60-70% of your work will be focused on comprehensive ophthalmology and the rest will be Glaucoma oriented work. Surgeries will be performed onsite.

Residents, Fellows-in-training and experienced fellowship trained Glaucoma surgeons are encouraged to learn more.    This opportunity has an attractive partnership option (both the practice and surgery center) so our goal is to find a great long-term match.

The incoming glaucoma doctor can expect excellent compensation, great bonuses, benefits and a great work environment.

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Ophthalmology and Optometry Recruitment and Placement Services

A quickly growing, forward thinking ophthalmology group is searching for key team member ophthalmologists in Alabama. So, if you're an ophthalmologist with Fellowship training and are looking for great jobs in Alabama, please get in touch with us.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Birmingham, Alabama - ASOPRS Oculoplastics surgeon practice opportunity.

Mobile, Alabama- If you are fellowship trained in Cornea, Oculoplastics (ASOPRS), or Retina, please connect with us.

Huntsville, Alabama - Oculoplastics (ASOPRS), Cornea and Retina surgeons are encouraged to learn more.


More details on these ophthalmology jobs are coming soon---- And, if there is somewhere else in Alabama where you'd love to live and work, please let us know.  This organization is expanding!

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If You've Had a Bad Experience with Physician Recruiters, Then You'll Want to Talk with OjO.  We believe you'll find our approach to be a breath of fresh air.

Ok- So you're cynical of recruiters.  Let's start there.  You've tried high priced physician recruitment agencies, paid a lot of money and they didn't work for you- so what's different now...What's different about this company called, "OjO"?  What kind of name is that anyway---OjO...O.j.O."

The 1st thing that we'll admit is that recruiters, in general, don't have sterling reputations.  We know that- We hear a lot of the horror stores.  We ARE different.  Let us prove it to you.  Let us prove that  not all recruiters are the same.  It is possible to develop a strong bond with an experienced, talented doctor recruiter. Character and integrity and professionalism are deeply- deeply important to us.  We want the opportunity to talk with you.  We believe that when you talk with us you'll be impressed and actually a little excited to start work with us--- But we also believe you'll be heartened by the fact that we really- genuinely care about making great doctor / practice matches.  We are exceptionally hardworking and paintstaking in the comprehensive nature of our recruitment strategy.  We know that one size fits all MD recruitment DOES NOT work- each and every practice is different--- but so are we.  Give us a chance- Open up to the possibility that your experience with OjO could be a breath of fresh air.

We know that being great Ophthalmology and Optometry recruiters takes a tremendous amount of time, an expansive schedule, an exceptional work ethic, excellent people skills, honesty and a genuine desire to help people-- to be a useful, helpful resource.  This is what we do.  As hard as it might be to imagine, We're Obssessed with Recruitment.  We will develop a sensible recruitment strategy that will fit within your budget and hiring parameters. 

We have a strong network of trust-based eye doctor relationships nationwide- this is the backbone of our organization.  And, we use all the latest tech tools, physician job boards, and social networking channels tech tools in order to help you find the right ophthalmologist or optometrist for your job or practice partnership position.

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Physician Recruiting...It's all about people.  It's all about relationships! 

The American Academy of Ophthalmology Job Center / Practice Opportunities job board is a wonderful place to list your employment or partnership opportunity.  However, even the most popular ophthalmology job boards have their limitations. 


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What's the best microscope in the world for the traveling ophthalmologist?  Where can you find a lightweight, portable microscope you can use on your next ophthalmology mission or cataract surgery trip? 

So you'd love to go on an international eye care mission trip- a cataract surgery mission.  But, you only know Phaco...And you don't have a portable Phaco unit. You've always wanted to learn the MSICS procedure and you've seen Geoff Tabin and David Chang discussing the comparison of outcomes using these two approaches. 

The article was featured in Review of Ophthalmology in 2011.  This is an older article but it offers some valuable insights from an ophthalmologist who has been heavily involved in ophthalmology missions for a long time.

Global Sight Alliance Missions Map

The Global Sight Alliance is an ophthalmologist run non-profit that works to unite efforts to overcome cataract blindness throughout the world.  Think of them as the "E Harmony" of the global eye care missions world.

Best Questions

This is a List of the Best Questions Young Ophthalmologists Should Ask When Interviewing for Jobs, Employment or Partnership Opportunities. 

This OjO blog post is written exclusively for young eye doctors and surgeons who are searching for their first or second ophthalmology position.  This article is especially helpful for career-minded Ophthalmology Residents and Fellows in Training

Young Ophthalmologists - Here Are the Best Questions for You to Ask When You're Interviewing for Jobs and Partnership Positions with Future Employers. 

Many young ophthalmologists leave their first job within a few years. It is reported that approximately 50% of young ophthalmologists change jobs within the first 3 years of their career.  Assuming you are a young ophthalmologist reading this post and you would like to benefit from the experience of other doctors who didn't pick the right eye job the 1st time, these great tips and questions should be a big help when you're interviewing for jobs and partnerships.


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According to an article published in March of 2017, by the AAMC, Association of American Medical Colleges the continued shortage of physicians in the U.S. could be highest between 2025 and 2030. What does this mean for practices who need to hire an ophthalmologist?

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