A UNIQUE opportunity at an established ophthalmology practice of over 40+ years. South Florida Eye Institute is seeking a part-time or full-time surgical Retina doctor; and a full-time General Ophthalmologist with a sub-specialty in glaucoma.
Medical Retina will be considered.
Entry-level will be considered.
South Florida Eye Institute offers its patients a comprehensive array of services such as general ophthalmology, retina, and neuro-ophthalmology. Strong work ethic and passion for ophthalmology and patient care is required to match current physicians and staff. Practice efficiency is aided by our customized EHR platform with integrated billing and management systems. Our practice is equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment available. Furthermore, South Florida Eye Institute recently attained its certification for its surgical suite level II.
We are located in the suburbs of Fort Lauderdale with already set plans to expand to Pembroke Pines. South Florida Eye Institute is continually seeking new opportunities to expand its presence.
Florida is an inviting location for world visitors and cultural arts not to mention miles of beaches, and endless outdoor activities.
Bilingual in Spanish preferred.
Entry Level will be considered
Additional Salary Information: Base salary with Bonus Productivity Plan. Vacation and CEs paid days off. Health Insurance.
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About South Florida Eye Institute Inc.
In 1976, Dr. Jorge S. Camacho, M.D. founded the private practice, South Florida Eye Institute, located in Broward County, Florida. Today this private practice has grown to having seven exam rooms, a surgery room, and a diagnostic testing room. Our diagnostic room contains State-of-the-Art testing machines for Cataract, Glaucoma, Retina, Cornea, Neuro-opthalmology and Visual Acuity testings. We now have the "Best of the Best" doctors in our team that specializes in Cataracts, Glaucoma, Retina, Nuero-opthalmology, Dry Eye Syndrome and Visual Acuity Complexities. These doctors have all received awards such as the James H. Allen Award for Excellence in Ophthalmology and have been a part of numerous publications.