Seeking a fellowship trained Pediatric Ophthalmologists for a high volume vibrant private practice. We have 2 pediatric Ophthalmologists and 3 optometrist serving a MSA of 1.5 million people. An accelerated partnership option will be offered to a candidate with similar desire to treat patients compassionately with excellence within one year.
We have 3 offices and 3 additional satellite clinics and are associated with 3 large community hospitals and outpatient surgery centers. Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma a beautiful city with worthy amenities such as some of the best private schools and universities in the country. Tulsa also has a thriving downtown with vibrant evening entertainment, great restaurants, and astonishing historical museums. As well as some of the finest down town parks in the U.S. and entertainment venues.
If you are a caring individual who is interested in this opportunity at Pediatric & Family Eye Care and want to educate residents while providing excellent clinical care to our patients, please send CV and resume to email@example.com.
Pension plan with option of partnership in one year
Internal Number: Pediatric Ophthalmologist
About Pediatric and Family Eye Care
A fixture in the Tulsa medical community for more than 40 years, Pediatric and Family Eye Care was the first eye care facility in the state to offer pediatric eye care services. Today, we continue to build a reputation as a total eye care solution for children and families. You can find the full range of optical services including medical, surgical, and optometric care for almost any emergency or routine ocular problem here at PFE.
We have care for the Whole Family. After so many of our pediatric patients kept coming back as they grew up, we started offering services for the whole family. Since doing so, we’ve had the pleasure of treating the children of patients who started seeing us when they were children themselves.
We have 6 Convenient Locations. As our patients grew, so did we. What started as a single office has now become six offices spread across Northeast Oklahoma.