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Orthoptist-Administers diagnostic orthoptic tests, performs therapeutic orthoptic procedures, and provides instruction to patients with correctable vision focusing defects, under the medical direction of a licensed ophthalmologist.
Please apply online at http://chw.org/careers and reference job id 28402
Henry Ford Health System is currently seeking a full time Pediatric Ophthalmologist. The position will be required of the following:
Henry Ford Health System is one of the country's largest health care systems and a national leader in clinical care, research and education. Our system includes the 1,200-member Henry Ford Medical Group, six hospitals, Health Alliance Plan, 32 primary care centers and many other health-related entities throughout Southeast Michigan. We also have plans for future growth including a new community and health care development surrounding Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.
Founded in 1915 by auto pioneer Henry Ford, we continue to be committed to improving the health and well-being of a diverse Michigan community. In 2014, Henry Ford provided $317 million in uncompensated care. The health system also is a major economic driver in Michigan and employs more than 23,000 employees. Henry Ford is a 2011 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient. The health system is led by CEO Nancy Schlichting.
Our health system thrives on teamwork, and we know our physicians and employees achieve the greatest results when they are working together for a common goal - to provide quality care for our patients. If you enjoy working in a collaborative environment then we have a job for you!
The Henry Ford Medical Group is one of the nation's largest and most experienced group practices, with more than 1,200 physicians and researchers in more than 40 specialties who staff all Henry Ford hospitals and outpatient medical centers.
The State of Michigan holds the world's longest freshwater coastline, home to more than 100 public beaches and lighthouses, 99 state parks, and numerous lakes, campgrounds, and wildlife refuges. There are thousands of miles of hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails that thread their way across the state. And for a little rest and relaxation Michigan offers over 800 pristine golf courses.
About the City of Detroit and its Suburbs
Located in southeastern Michigan, Detroit is the largest city in the state, the 10th largest city in the United States and the eighth largest metropolitan area.
Detroit is home to top-notch entertainment venues, fun family attractions, glitzy casinos and world class museums. Including the Detroit Zoo, Detroit’s International Riverfront is nearly three miles of RiverWalk complete for biking, jogging, walking and enjoying amazing views of the Detroit and Windsor, Ontario skyline. Wayne State University campus’ is within walking distance from Henry Ford Hospital.
Metro Detroit is surrounded by diverse ethnic neighborhoods with a variety of dining options, from flaming cheese (saganaki) in Greektown, homemade tamales in Mexicantown, pierogies in Hamtramck (Polish), Tabbouli and Hummus in Dearborn (Arabic) and the local American favorite Coney Island hot dogs.
The Suburbs of Metro Detroit offer anything from sprawling newer communities with beautiful lakefront property to well-established historic neighborhoods. Close proximity and easy access to Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan Campus as well as the Cranbrook School for the Arts and Cranbrook Science Center. The suburbs are also home to "The Henry" in Dearborn with the world's only hands-on industrial museum.
Detroit is home to a number of professional sports teams including the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Lions, Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Pistons.
Interested candidates please forward your CV to email@example.com in c/o Paul Edwards, M.D., Chairman of Ophthalmology.
The Medical College of Wisconsin and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin are actively recruiting a board-certified pediatric ophthalmologist to join our ophthalmology team.
The Department of Ophthalmology at the Medical College of Wisconsin is seeking an academically-oriented pediatric ophthalmologist to join three pediatric ophthalmologists and a pediatric optometrist. This is an open-rank, full-time position in the Medical College traditional path or clinician-educator path (both paths are tenure-eligible). The position entails clinical activity at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute and at one or more satellite clinics. An interest in teaching and clinical or basic science research is important and could be supported with start-up funds. The anticipated start date is July or August 2016.
Qualified candidates will be considered at the rank of Assistant Professor or higher in Medical College traditional or clinician-educator path. Candidates must have a MD or DO degree, be board-certified (or board-eligible if within five years of residency completion) in ophthalmology, and fellowship-trained in pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus.
We offer children premier, comprehensive pediatric ophthalmologic, optometric, and orthoptic care. Whether a child needs a routine eye exam or diagnosis and treatment for eye disease, our team of experts can readily collaborate to offer the best possible care. Our Eye Program treats more than 7,500 children each year.
Our specialists have the most pediatric eye care experience in the region and are actively involved in clinical research studies, including national studies funded by the National Institutes of Health. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is a Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group site. Our physicians participate in this national group with over 200 pediatric ophthalmologists who are working on making a significant impact in pediatric ophthalmology clinical research.
For consideration, forward a letter or email of interest and current curriculum vitae:
Dale K. Heuer, MD
Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute
925 North 87th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53226-4812
Ohio based Akron Children’s Hospital seeks a Pediatric Ophthalmologist to join its expanding Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Vision Center. Akron Children’s Hospital is the largest pediatric healthcare system in Northeast Ohio and was recently named by Modern Healthcare as the fastest growing children’s hospital in the nation!
Akron Children’s Hospital is nationally ranked by US News and World Report in seven pediatric specialties, and is an integrated healthcare delivery system that includes:
The successful candidates will join a dedicated team of 4 Pediatric Ophthalmologists and an Optometrist who manage over 10,000 patient visits per year. Our team provides comprehensive, compassionate vision care to children whose needs range from general eye exams to treatment of the most complex childhood eye diseases and disorders. In addition, the Vision Center features state-of-the-art technology and cutting edge research.
This position offers opportunities for:
Requirements include board eligibility/certification in Ophthalmology, fellowship training in pediatric ophthalmology and the ability to obtain an active medical license in the state of Ohio.
Akron Children’s Hospital is set in the beautiful Cuyahoga Valley, just minutes south of Cleveland. From major league attractions to small-town appeal, the greater Akron area has something for everyone. The area is rich in history and cultural diversity, and provides a stimulating blend of outstanding educational, cultural and recreational resources. This four-season community will have outdoor enthusiasts thrilled with over 40,000 acres of Metro Parks for year round enjoyment. Northeast Ohio has become a premiere destination to work, live, play, shop and dine!
Interested candidates may contact Jane Hensley, Physician Recruiter at 330-543-3015 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more, visit our website at www.akronchildrens.org.
The Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is seeking a board eligible/certified ophthalmologist who has completed a pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus fellowship. Faculty appointment is granted through the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and faculty rank will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience.
The Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology is committed to ocular research and developing innovative treatments for pediatric ocular disease. The clinical division is comprised of four pediatric ophthalmologists and three
residency-trained optometrists who see over 25,000 patients per year. They have a collaborative relationship with the Visual Systems Group (VSG) which is the research arm of the division, and includes four full-time PhDs and two affiliated basic science researchers. As a division internationally recognized for cutting edge basic-science ocular research, we provide our faculty with a tremendous amount of support and mentorship to ensure professional growth. We encourage clinicians who have an interest in clinical or basic science research, combined with a commitment to teaching and service, to join our team.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a leading medical research and teaching hospital consistently ranking among the top 10 pediatric hospitals in the nation. We are also the second-highest ranking recipient of research grants from the National Institutes of Health among pediatric institutions.
U.S. News & World Report ranked Cincinnati Children’s on the Honor Roll of their 2009 edition of America’s Best Children’s Hospital. We are one of only 10 pediatric hospitals to achieve this honor. The rankings are achieved based on a three-part blend of reputation, outcome, and other care-related measures such as advanced technology, nursing care, credentialing, and other factors.
Seeking to be the leader in the improvement of children’s health, Cincinnati Children’s provides clinical, research and teaching programs that ensure delivery of the highest quality pediatric care to our community, the nation, and the world. The hospital has more than a million patient encounters annually, including more than 31,000 surgeries, and 125,000 pediatric emergency room visits. Cooperation and collaboration transcends all aspects of the institution, allowing us to meet our education, research, and clinical care missions.
We offer an attractive compensation and benefits package, as well as assistance in moving to one of America's most livable cities.
Please send cover letter, curriculum vitae and a brief statement of career objectives to:
Dr. Michael Yang, MD
Division Director, Pediatric Ophthalmology
C/O Liz Kerstine, Physician Recruiter
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center 3333 Burnet Avenue, MLC 4008
Cincinnati, OH 45229
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