A busy two-men ophthalmology office in Los Angeles is looking to add an associate. Both a general and a subspecialty trained ophthalmologist can apply. The practice has a long-established presence in the community and a wide patient base with a well-respected reputation for a highly skilled and compassionate care. The continuing patient volume necessitates an addition of an associate within a year. The office enjoys the convenient use of an ambulatory surgery center in the same medical building. Because of the patient demographics, a prior exposure to Korean language either at home or school would be an advantage.
The candidate must:
1) be licensed to practice medicine in the State of California
2) be physically able to perform duties of an ophthalmologist
3) have graduated from an accredited ophthalmology training program
4) have some exposure to Korean language either at home or at school