OCB is interested in a fellowship-trained Glaucoma Clinician and Surgeon for its expanding practice. Physician must be interested in managing a busy clinical and surgical practice. OCB was founded in 1969 as a multi-Specialty Ophthalmic Practice and today consists of a Boston hub with 8 suburban practice locations, 2 refractive surgery suites and a research foundation. OCB is affiliated with 4 freestanding surgery centers. OCB has a Fellowship program with Tufts Medical School that includes Cornea/Refractive, Glaucoma and Retina. OCB has subspecialty representation in Orbital Plastics, Neuro-Ophthalmology and Uveitis. OCB ophthalmologists also participate in various clinical research and educational programs and hold positions at either Harvard and/or Tufts Medical Schools. Size of Practice (MD/RN/Tech/Support Staff) 31 MDs, 17 ODs, 375+ Support Staff Regional provider of Ophthalmic services in Metro-Boston, Plymouth County, Cape Cod and North Shore.
Exceptional opportunity for a Glaucoma Fellowship-trained, Board Certified/Eligible Ophthalmologist. The ideal candidate has solid clinical & surgical training in all aspects of glaucoma & anterior segment cataract surgery. Commitment to primary and tertiary care, clinical research, teaching and practice development a must. Opportunity to work with other sub-specialists in one of the premier ophthalmology practices in the country. Please contact: Claudia U. Richter, MD, Co-President, Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, 50 Staniford Street, Suite 600, Boston, Massachusetts 02114 (617) 314-2704 (Phone) (617) 992-9377 (HR Fax) Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Salary Information: Salary plus bonus based on profit of the physician’s practice during first three years of employment. Partnership eligible year four. Benefits include group health & dental, LTD, and 401(k) .