Work with current faculty to provide a training environment for residents and medical students
Create, enhance, and maintain a prompt patient friendly, cost effective clinical service
Provide patient care in neuro-ophthalmology and general ophthalmology
Actively participate in teaching conferences, lectures, grand rounds, and any other related meetings
Undertake clinics outside Gainesville as required
Will perform research responsibilities as assigned
Minimum Requirements: Completion of an approved ophthalmic residency program, and postgraduate fellowship training in neuro-ophthalmology. Board certification or eligibility, and licensed in or eligible for licensure in Florida. Experience in neuro-ophthalmology evaluation and treatment.
Preferred Qualifications: A strong commitment to teaching and resident training and participation in academic activities.
Candidates should submit letter of application stating goals and referencing position #00016871, curriculum vitae, and at least three letters of reference to Jon Feistmann, M.D., Medical Director of UF & Shands Eye Specialties, Department of Ophthalmology P.O.BOX 100284 GAINESVILLE FL 32610
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