Talley Eye Institute is a busy, well-respected practice in Evansville, Indiana. We are seeking a fellowship trained medical retina physician who will also perform a high volume of cataract surgery. Current staffing includes 2 retina surgeons, 1 cornea specialist, 2 general ophthalmologists, and 2 residency trained optometrists. The new medical retina specialist will initially see 30+ patients per day with a mix of medical retina patients and cataract evaluations. Our brand new, 23,000 square foot clinic provides great patient flow with a robust EHR, the Lynx inventory system, an Optos camera with fluorescein, PASCAL laser, and multiple Zeiss Cirrus OCTs. Cataract surgery will be performed in our highly efficient ASC with an expected first year volume of at least 600 cataract surgeries. There is huge potential for practice growth during the first few years. This practice growth, coupled with a low overhead, will allow for the possibility of a very large income within a few years of starting your practice.
This is a partnership track position, with a reasonable and affordable buy-in after 18 months. Partnership will be available for both the practice and our ASC following the initial 18 months of employment. Employment status includes a generous base salary, a signing bonus and/or stipend, and a production bonus that would equate to an anticipated net income of over $450,000 the first year. All standard benefits are included, plus 401k participation. We are a very busy referral based practice that demands quality and ethical surgical care combined with the ability to be very personable and work closely with our referral network and our own medical staff.
Evansville, Indiana, is located in the southwest corner of Indiana. The population of Evansville and the surrounding metropolitan area is 360,000, and there is a draw area of around 800,000 to 1,000,000. Evansville is located within a 2-3 hour drive of Louisville, Nashville, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. A low cost of living, excellent schools, very affordable housing, and all of the amenities of Evansville make this area an attractive place to live and raise a family. Evansville has been voted best city to “live, work, and play” by readers of Kiplinger’s magazine. Additionally, Evansville is blessed with a strong medical community and a generous payor mix. Finally, the state of Indiana has Tort reform, thus, medical malpractice rates are very low. Evansville, Indiana, is truly a wonderful place to both live and practice quality medicine.
Please contact our Office Administrator, Bill James, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about this opportunity.