Our principle-centered referral practice is looking for a surgeon to provide high-volume cataract surgery in our Alaska facility. The ideal specialist will also perform LASIK and PRK. Our privately owned organization includes 17 surgery centers in 6 states. We don’t advertise and enjoy strong relationships of mutual trust with over 1700 optometric colleagues.
We believe in the Christian principles of love, kindness, and compassion. And our higher mission is to be a positive influence on those around us. We seek a like-minded surgeon specialist to join our team. Our employees love to work here, and turnover is low. Everyone is treated well, and we all enjoy a wonderful and collaborative work environment.
Highlights of this opportunity include:
Established, stable practice with an excellent reputation
13 MDs and 34 ODs
High volume surgery provided in a warm and friendly low-stress environment
Expansive referral network
Surgeons spend very little time in the clinic
Excellent support from our corporate team
Mentorship and the opportunity to expand and advance your surgical skills
Excellent compensation and benefits
Our professionals are challenged to excel and are provided tremendous support to make workdays as efficient and as enjoyable as possible. You’ll quickly appreciate working with our friendly, competent staff whose goal is to give patients their full attention, care, and expertise.
Anchorage is a great place to live, work, and play. With a population of 400,000, more than a quarter of area residents are under 20 years old. US News and World Report says, “Anchorage is a place where outdoor adventures and modern amenities work in tandem. Founded in 1914, the young, thriving, culturally rich city houses galleries and fine-dining restaurants in its urban nucleus, but is just minutes away from some of the last true, unspoiled wilderness in the U.S. Though nearly half the state's population lives in the metro area, Anchorage itself has a distinctly small-town vibe. Locals joke that the whole state is the largest small town you'll ever live in.”
There is an abundance of natural treasures and outdoor activities. A network of bike paths, great hiking, numerous lakes, wildlife, rivers and winter skiing are on the short-list of things to see and do in the area.
Board Certification by the American Board of Ophthalmology, or Board Elligibility
Licensure in Alaska and Washington States
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 1A
About Pacific Cataract & Laser Institute
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