At our practice, we believe that the optometrist is the hero of primary eye care, enabling and safeguarding their patient’s ability to experience his or her best vision. For many people, an optometrist is also the first point of contact into the healthcare system. The eyes can offer a window into overall health, and thus this first touch point can be critical for patients getting the care they need for serious conditions. We don’t take that responsibility lightly, which is why we empower our optometrists to provide the highest quality of care.
We offer competitive benefits that demonstrate how much we value optometrists, ensuring that the financial, health, and well-being needs of doctors are met.
- Competitive salary and bonus potential (up to thirty thousand dollars per year)
- Professional liability insurance coverage
- Optometry license reimbursement
- Employer-provided student loan repayment program (up to twelve thousand dollars per year) at select offices
- Annual Continuing Education Symposium with industry experts and up to 22 hours of COPE-approved CE
- Retirement savings programs with employer match
- Health Savings Account (HSA) with employer contribution
- Personal financial wellness and planning services
Health & Wellness Benefits
- No on-call or late evening hours
- Medical and dental coverage
- Paid holidays and personal time off
- Paid FMLA leave of absence
- Paid parental leave
- Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), including medical and dependent care
- Basic life insurance with supplemental life insurance options
- Short- and long-term disability insurance
- And more!
Plus, there are career and development paths available to you!
Primary care is more than prescribing contacts and eyeglasses. Our optometrists report seeing a high amount of anterior and posterior segment pathology in their practices. They manage ocular disease to their comfort level, including but not limited to:
- Treating corneal ulcers and uveitis
- Red eye
- Diagnosing diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma
- Removal of foreign bodies
- Diagnosing macular disease, retinal holes and retinal detachments
Doctor of Optometry Degree (OD) from an Accredited School of Optometry
State Licensed or will be licensed to practice Optometry (New Graduates) in the state in which you will be practicing.
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