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!

There's a lot more to learn about these opportunities. Contact Ophthalmology jobs online at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Being a great recruiter involves a lot of time, a good work ethic, excellent people skills, honesty and a genuine desire to help people.  This is what we do. 

We have a strong network of trust-based relationships and we use all the social networking sites and tech tools we can to help you find the right ophthalmologist or optometrist for your position.

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

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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 portable microscope you can use on your next ophthalmology mission 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.

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