Lifestyle Eye Center (LEC) is seeking a vitreoretinal surgeon. Our ideal candidate is fellowship trained, ABO certified/eligible surgeon. Should be efficient, competent, and collegiate.
Established in 2010, Lifestyle Eye Center (LEC) is a multi-subspecialty, multi-location practice with one fellowship trained ophthalmologist and two optometrists. We are a rapidly growing referral-based practice with a higher than average surgical volume, servicing southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon regions. We offer well-equipped facilities with a state-of-the-art HER.
We offer the areas only access to the Lifestyle Medicine specialty and work diligently to incorporate this into the treatment process of all of our patients.
A healthy work-life balance is a pillar of LEC’s vision, so all physicians are provided with competitive salaries, generous PTO and Education time-off, and a comprehensive benefits package.
Main locations: Walla Walla, WA & Hermiston, OR
Satellite location: Pendleton & Enterprise, OR
Walla Walla is a bustling population center of about 45,000 in southeastern Washington near the greater Tri-Cities area. Walla Walla is home to the Walla Walla Sweets, a summer collegiate baseball team, and the Walla Walla Walla Sweets Rollergirls, a women’s roller derby. It also hosts numerous road bike events, marathons and other races, festivals, concerts, symphonies, theatre, and over 100 wineries. Walla Walla public schools consist of 6 elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high-school; additionally, there are several private Chrisitan schools in the area. Higher education may is available at one of Walla Walla’s three colleges: Walla Walla Community College, Whitman College, and Walla Walla University.
Hermiston is the largest city of the Hermiston-Pendleton micropolitan at 20,000. Sitting at the I-82 and I-84 interchange and it’s central location between the major PNW metropolitans, Hermiston has fast become a transportation and logistics hub. With the introduction of the Amazon data centers in Umatilla County, Hermiston is set to experience significant growth for the foreseeable. Hermiston public schools consist of 5 elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, and one alternative school. Higher education is available via Blue Mountain Community college and Eastern Oregon Universtiy.
Both cities are approximately 45 minutes from the Tri-Cities, Washington, a mid-sized metropolitan of more than 300,000 persons. Tri-Cities offers extended access to educational opportunities, hosting Charter College, Tri-Tech Skills Center, Columbia Basin College, a branch of Washington State University (offering an MD program), and is home to PNNL. Tri-Cities offers broad K-12 public and private school offerings, including a vocational school program at Tri-Tech. TC offers additional wineries & breweries, as well as farmers markets, major retail brands, and regional airport Tri-Cities Airport (PSC). TC is home to the Tri-City Dust Devils (Class A-Short Season MiLB), and the Tri-City Americans (Major Junior Hockey Club in the Western Hockey League).
Our ideal candidate is fellowship trained, ABO certified/eligible surgeon. Should be efficient, competent, and collegiate.