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OjO AAO Academy Resource Center - Booth 508- Let's Talk about Recruiting a Great Ophthalmologist at the Academy Meeting in Chicago! Conversations with the Experts at the AAO 2018.

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You didn't make it to the AAO and you wanted to meet, interview and network with ophthalmologists while there for the purpose of hiring...You couldn't go.  So, what now.

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.

Young and Experienced job-seeking Ophthalmologists will be networking at the AAO in Chicago to interview and talk with practices who are hiring.  What are some of the ways your group can find and hire talented ophthalmologists for your employment and partnership opportunities?

We will be available to answer these questions and more at the AAO's  "Conversations with the Experts".  This is a great way for you to talk, one on one, with a recruiter who specializes in physician recruitment and placement.

We will be at the Academy Resource Center, Booth 508 during these hours.

Saturday: 1-2 pm

Sunday: 2-3 pm

Monday: 1-2 pm

Let's talk about creative ways to market your job opportunity and find a great ophthalmologist for your practice.

If you'll be at the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in Chicago, 2018 and would like to reserve a time to talk, send us a quick note to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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