Glaucoma position in Southern California with Inland Eye Specialists
Inland Eye Specialists located in the Murrieta, Temecula, and Fallbrook, California area of the Inland Empire is looking for a full time Ophthalmology Glaucoma Specialist to join our team.
Inland Eye Specialists (IES) is a 17 doctor, fully integrated, multispecialty Ophthalmology and Optometry practice with 10 M.D.’s and 7 O.D.’s offering a full scope of ophthalmic services. We have several optical dispensaries, two ASC, and multiple strategically located offices. We are committed to provide the highest quality care, and have exceptional facilities and experienced professional management.
Please consider joining our team. We have a long standing, positive, and collegial working environment and offer very competitive base compensation, lucrative productivity bonuses, paid relocation, benefits, retirement plan, and equity options.
Step right into an established glaucoma service and you’ll be able to easily transition into caring for an existing patient base with very well trained support staff and excellent equipment.
Enjoy the warmth of sunny southern California! Conveniently located between Los Angeles and San Diego you’ll have access to the Pacific Coast, the mountains, the desert and major metropolitan amenities while experiencing a lower suburban cost of living and high quality of life.
Email me, Peter P. Cebulka III, Director of Provider Talent Acquisition, EyeCare Services Partners at email@example.com, or call my mobile number directly at 469-919-9372.
Inland Eye Specialists, is an ESP (EyeCare Services Partners) practice. ESP is the nation’s largest vertically integrated ophthalmologic services company. ESP’s affiliated ophthalmologists, optometrists, and ambulatory surgery centers serve communities in California, Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Florida, and Maryland, and Washington, D.C. Since its founding in May 2014, ESP has affiliated with dozens of practices that are locally dominant and clinically differentiated providing the highest quality patient centered care.
MD/DO degree. ACGME accredited ophthalmology residency completed and glaucoma fellowhsip training. ABO board certified or recently compelted training and seeking certification. Ability to obtain a CA medical licesne. Newly trained and experienced candidates encouraged to apply.