The Virginia Retina Center (VRC) has an opening for a full time Vitreoretinal Surgeon, commencing on July, 2019 with cross appointment at The George Washington University Department of Ophthalmology (GWU). This position requires a clinician who is either board eligible or will be board certified by July 1st, 2019 in ophthalmology and has successfully completed a US vitreoretinal fellowship. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing clinical care for patients, teaching medical students and residents. Patient care will be provided at VRC and its affiliated clinics and the outpatient clinic at GWU Department of Ophthalmology. Candidates will participate in both VRC and GWU committees as assigned; and perform professional, university and community service as appropriate. As well candidates will also participate as either principal or co-investigator on several clinical trials that are either ongoing or in developmental stages at both institutions. The applicant will join 6 other clinicians who specialize in medical and/or surgical retina. We enjoy a very collegial atmosphere between both VRC and GWU, providing excellent care to both patient populations. We offer a competitive salary, bonus structure and comprehensive benefits package. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at both the American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS) annual meeting in Vancouver, Canada from July 20th to 26th and also the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) meeting in Chicago, IL from October 26th to 30th. Final selection will be made by November 31st.
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Board Eligible or will be board certified by July 1st, 2019 in ophthalmology and has successfully completed a US Vitreoretinal fellowship.