Merritt Hawkins, the nation’s leading academic search firm, invites you to consider an opportunity with one of the most innovative health systems in the United States. We are seeking a board-certified Ophthalmologist with fellowship training in oculoplastic/oculofacial surgery to join the faculty at the Hamilton Eye Institute at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center Department of Ophthalmology. This is an opportunity to make an impact in an elite department that is looking to further expand its academic and clinical footprint under the direction of a new department chair.
Impact the continued development of a top performing division and fellowship program
Excellent income potential and fantastic university benefits
Financially stable practice affiliated with one of the nation’s leading academic institutes
Step into ready-made full-scope Oculoplastic clinical practice
Work closely with residents and fellows—research opportunities available as well
No state income tax—unbeatable cost of living
Warm summers and mild winters
Jazz, blues, and various culture abounds in this vibrant city
Zoo, museum, international airport, upscale dining, and country clubs
Busy international airport
Championship golf year-round
No traffic jams
Different festival every weekend, famous for arts/food festivals
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