Candidate must have completed an ACGME-approved glaucoma fellowship, be ABO board-certified or board-eligible, and able to obtain a Texas Medical License. He or she should have demonstrated excellent clinical and surgical abilities and possess outstanding interpersonal skills. The candidate must be committed to superior patient care, teaching, and have some interest in research. Teaching residents, clinical fellows, and medical students is expected. The candidate will be joining a busy, diverse group practice where teamwork is valued.
Additional Salary Information: Academic rank and salary are based upon qualifications.
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