Postings/Placements

The following postings, placements, and other opportunities are published in the language of submission and do not imply endorsement by the Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS) or its publications.

If you have a posting you would like on this page, please complete this form in its entirety. If you have questions, please contact Rita Afeltra, Membership Manager, at [email protected].

Employment Opportunities

Recruiting Ophthalmologists – Canada Wide (Private Clinic)

(posted June 7, 2024)

Vision Group Canada (VGC), the nation’s largest partnership of ophthalmologists, is recruiting colleagues for its clinics across Canada. We are welcoming applications for the following:

  • Part-time ophthalmologists for Laser Vision Correction, particularly recent graduates.
  • Highly experienced ophthalmologists for Refractive Lens Exchange, who have performed a minimum of 1000 cataract surgeries. Part-time positions available.
  • Part-time and full-time ophthalmologists in various subspecialties, particularly comprehensive ophthalmology and cataract surgery, glaucoma, medical retina, cornea and oculoplastics.

Our ophthalmologists perform cataract surgery in a private OR setting. VGC offers refractive cataract surgery and refractive lens exchange opportunities for ophthalmologists without hospital privileges.

Successful candidates will have access to state-of-the-art technology, and we offer in-house fellowship training by our network of highly experienced refractive surgeons.

VGC offers flexibility to grow professionally and personally, a highly competitive reimbursement and compensation (partnership & investment opportunities available), internal VGC fellowship opportunities with leading subspecialists, support from highly experienced colleagues, and the latest technology to support innovative eye care.

For more information, please send an email (with your CV, if available) to the attention of Milanie Somasundram, National Physician Relations Manager at [email protected]

Requirements: Holds a certification from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada certification (FRCSC) in Ophthalmology.

To learn more about us, please visit – Vision Group Canada

Full time Orthoptist Specialist, Newfoundland and Labrador Health Services (Hospital)

Newfoundland and Labrador Health Services is looking for a full time Orthoptist specialist to work in our Children and Women’s Health Program.

Newfoundland and Labrador Health Services (NL Health Services) brings together five former separate health entities – Eastern Health, Central Health, Western Health, Labrador-Grenfell Health, and the Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information. The creation of a provincial health authority was announced following recommendations from Health Accord NL. NL Health Services is responsible for delivering health and community services to more than 528,000 people living in Newfoundland and Labrador and employs over 21,000 people.

Reporting to the Division Manager of the Emergency and Ambulatory Care Division of the Children’s and Women’s Health Program, the incumbent will provide assessment and treat anomalies of ocular motilities, in particular strabismus and amblyopia conditions under the direction of an Ophthalmologist. The incumbent will administer appropriate ophthalmic/orthoptic tests including visual acuity, ocular motility, optical coherence tomography, fundus photography, and binocular vision assessments and complete such reports in a timely manner. He/she will also provide visual screening procedures in ophthalmology clinics, potentially including out-reach clinic services outside of St. John’s. The Orthoptist will discuss issues relating to patient care, surgeries and ophthalmology follow-ups with referring ophthalmologists, in addition to instructing medical students or interns on the techniques of Orthoptic assessments.

To apply or learn more, see the full posting here.


Ophthalmologist, Stanton Territorial Hospital, and Eye Clinic – Yellowknife, NWT

(posted May 24, 2024)

If you are an Ophthalmologist that is looking for a hassle-free practice in a vibrant rural community that boasts the amenities of a big city, then the Northwest Territories (NWT) has the perfect opportunity for you!

We are currently looking for a permanent Ophthalmologist to join our staff at the Stanton Territorial Hospital (STH), and Eye Clinic in Yellowknife.

The ophthalmologist trains, supervises, and manages a large team of ophthalmic technologists. The techs are responsible for performing routine exams, triage daytime emergency calls, as well as travel to the smaller communities, constantly channeling interesting and complex pathology to the ophthalmologist.

The NWT Ophthalmologist has guaranteed weekly OR time, and the call schedule is generally relaxed. Typical surgeries include: cataracts, some strabimus, blepharoplasties, entropion repair, as well as minor procedures completed in the office. You may have the option to propose procedures if the need and interest arises.

There is excellent subspecialty support from Edmonton including retinal teleophthalmology services and in-house monthly clinics with a retinal specialist in Yellowknife.

Contact us today, [email protected], or see our full posting!

Academic Glaucoma Specialist – Queen’s University (University)

(posted May 8, 2024)

The Department of Ophthalmology at Queen’s University is seeking an Academic glaucoma specialist. Qualified applicants will hold an MD degree with sub-specialty training in glaucoma. Successful candidates must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and preference will be given to applicants who have specialty certification from the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) or the American Board of Specialties.

The Department has a busy glaucoma service providing all the complex glaucoma care for the region. The service is well equipped with all the latest diagnostic and therapeutic devices (MIGS, MIBS, tubes). The service is highly innovative and conducts research into new models of eye care delivery. It has a fellowship training program, training 1-2 fellows per year.

To learn more or apply, see the full posting here.


Academic Comprehensive Ophthalmologist – Queen’s University (University)

(posted May 8, 2024)

The Department of Ophthalmology at Queen’s University is seeking an Academic Comprehensive Ophthalmologist to work at a department run clinic on the west end of Kingston, Ontario. (Kingston Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences Centre – KOVSC). Qualified applicants will hold an MD degree. Successful candidates must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and preference will begiven to applicants who have specialty certification from the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) or the American Board of Specialties.

The Department has an excellent residency program in Ophthalmology (with 13 residents). The Department enjoys an excellent reputation for employing innovative and enthusiastic teachers for learners at all levels. Preference will be given to applicants who have a strong track record or exhibit strong potential for clinical, surgical, and didactic teaching.

To learn more or apply, see the full posting here.

Academic Neuro- Ophthalmologist – Queen’s University (University)

(posted May 8, 2024)

The Department of Ophthalmology at Queen’s University is seeking an Academic Neuro-Ophthalmologist with experience with in adult strabismus. Qualified applicants will hold an MD degree. Successful candidates must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and preference will be given to applicants who have specialty certification from the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC)or the American Board of Specialties. Preference will also be given to individuals who have completed 1 year of subspecialty training in neuro-ophthalmology.

The Department has an excellent residency program in Ophthalmology (with 13 residents). The Department enjoys an excellent reputation for employing innovative and enthusiastic teachers for learners at all levels. Preference will be given to applicants who have a strong track record or exhibit strong potential for clinical, surgical and didactic teaching.

To learn more or apply, see the full posting here.


Academic Oculoplastic and Orbital Ophthalmologist – Queen’s University (University)

(posted May 3, 2024)

The Department of Ophthalmology at Queen’s University is seeking an Academic Oculoplastic and Orbital Ophthalmologist. Qualified applicants will hold an MD degree (or equivalent). Successful candidates must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and preference will be given to applicants who have specialty certification from the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC)or the American Board of Specialties. Preference will also be given to individuals who have completed 2 years of subspecialty training in oculoplastic and orbital surgery. The incumbent will be expected to have a busy oculoplastic/orbital practice, performing a wide range of adult and pediatric orbital, lacrimal and eye lid surgeries. The position requires the successful candidate to share comprehensive ophthalmology city-wide on-call service with the remainder of the Department (approximately 4-6 weeks per year)and to be available to consult with the on-call team about oculoplastic patients.

The Department has an excellent residency program in Ophthalmology (with 13residents). The Department enjoys an excellent reputation for employing innovative and enthusiastic teachers for learners at all levels. Preference will be given to applicants who have a strong track record or exhibit strong potential for clinical, surgical, and didactic teaching

To learn more or apply, see the full posting here.

Partnerships with Subspecialty and Comprehensive Ophthalmology Clinics & Surgical Facilities (Private Clinic)

(posted April 24, 2024)

Vision Group Canada (VGC) is a network of over 60 clinics (including LASIK MD) and 95 operating rooms across Canada. We are expanding our network of Subspecialty and Comprehensive Ophthalmology Clinics and Surgical Facilities by partnering with existing clinics and opening new facilities with committed partners.

Some of our most recent partnerships include:

  • Quebec: L’Institut de l’Oeil des Laurentides, Laservue, Eye Health MD, Institut de l’oeil de Montreal and Clinique du Parc.
  • Ontario: Prism Eye Institute, TLC Laser Eye Centres
  • Alberta: Gimbel Eye Centre
  • British Columbia: London Eye Centre, King LASIK
  • Nova Scotia and New Brunswick: TLC Halifax, TLC Moncton

There has never been a better time to consider selling your clinical practice. Whether it is consideration for a future exit strategy, or you’re tired of the operational management side of owning a clinical practice – VGC emphasizes its operational efficiencies to further growth and value for all its stakeholders. While the partnership models vary – one common thread is the autonomy that the practices continue to have even after a merger.

If you’re a practice owner and you would like to learn more about the synergistic opportunities with us, please send an email to the attention of Milanie Somasundram, National Physician Relations Manager at [email protected] for a confidential conversation.

To learn more about us, please visit – Vision Group Canada.


Ophthalmologist Opportunity — Ottawa, ON (Private Clinic)

(posted April 18, 2024)

Focus Medical Ancillary Inc., an established clinic in central Ottawa with 7 Associates, is looking for a part-time or full-time Associate for General Ophthalmology.

The clinic is dedicated to General Ophthalmology, with 8 exam lanes, up-to-date diagnostics, Tango for SLT,YAG and PIs and features access to a CPSO Level-2, accredited Operating Room equipped for Cataract procedures. Accuro EMR in use, as well as Zeiss Forum.

Applicant will have access to Refractive Lens Exchange and Refractive Cataract procedures that are generated by Focus Eye Centre and/or by the General Ophthalmology practice.

The new Associate will be joining an established Cataract and Glaucoma practice.

Eligible candidates will hold, or be eligible for, full FRCSC in Ophthalmology and full licensure with the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario.

Please forward applications to Dr. Alex Lai Chi Tam, and Dr. Alfred Basilious, c/o Ms. Ashley Cheung: [email protected]

Surgical/Comprehensive Locum – Victoria, British Columbia (Hospital/Private Clinic)

(posted April 15, 2024)

Surgical/comprehensive locum in busy Victoria office, 2+ months summer/fall, dates flexible. Strong potential for long term/ongoing locum. Surgical time, as well as treatment room/minor procedure day, on-call included. In office OCT, Topography, IOLM, YAG, Humphrey. Great staff including 2 techs. Please contact Dr. Michele Jones [email protected]


Ophthalmologist, The Goldberg Centre – Scarborough, Ontario (Private Clinic)

(posted April 8, 2024)

The Goldberg Centre (Scarborough) is growing and looking for a Superstar Ophthalmologist to join our practice as an associate.

We are an established practice and the right Superstar Ophthalmologist will have experience and desire to care for the patients to the level of excellence they have come to expect.

We are offering operating privileges as well for the right candidate.

Only Superstar Ophthalmologists need apply: [email protected]

Cornea/Refractive/General Ophthalmology Partnership Opportunity – Kelowna, British Columbia

(posted April 3, 2024)

Well established solo practice looking for a like minded cornea specialist to join.  Practice has 3 autorefractor/subjective refractors, OPD, OCT, Pentacam, Oculyser, IOLMaster 700, HVF, Specular Microscopy, Slit lamp camera/video, Accuro EMR, Peridata, 2 screener rooms, 3 fully equipped exam lanes in its own dedicated building, which also houses a private cataract suite and Refractive Suite with Wavelight EX500 and Femtosecond laser.  Full range of tertiary care cornea is provided, in addition to general ophthalmology and glaucoma surgery.

Candidate must have FRCSC designation and at least a one year cornea fellowship training.  Kelowna General Hospital has a dedicated outpatient ophthalmology centre with 3 surgical retina, 1 glaucoma, 1 oculoplastics, 2 pediatric, 1 general (surgical), 1 neuro-ophthalmology, and one general (medical) ophthalmology colleagues in Kelowna.  On call shared with Penticton, amounts to one in 10.  Teaching as part of UBC available (all colleagues part of the teaching program).  Locum work available prior to any commitment.

For information please contact [email protected]


Neuro-ophthalmology, University of Alberta (Edmonton) (University)

(posted April 2, 2024)

The successful candidate will have medical experience and expertise in the identification and treatment of eye diseases and diseases of vision and the visual pathways in adults and children.  Completion of a residency in Ophthalmology is required, and at least a one-year accredited fellowship in Neuro-Ophthalmology.  Pediatric neuro-ophthalmology experience is a plus. Research and clinical teaching experience are of significant importance. The University of Alberta seeks a candidate with a proven track record of publication in peer reviewed journals.

Applicants must be licensed in good standing, or eligible for licensure, with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (CPSA).  Candidates will be required to participate in the ophthalmology call schedule.

Qualified candidates should include a letter of intent outlining their clinical, teaching and research interests, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three professional references when applying.

Qualified candidates should send a letter of intent outlining their clinical, teaching and research interests, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three professional references to:

to Erin Childs    [email protected]
Executive Assistant to Dr. Edsel Ing,
Chief of Ophthalmology, Edmonton Zone, Royal Alexandra Hospital
and Chair of Ophthalmology, University of Alberta

Application review will begin on May 25, 2024. The competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

To read more, see the full posting here.

Uveitis, University of Alberta (Edmonton) (University)

(posted April 2, 2024)

The successful candidate will have medical and surgical experience and expertise in the identification, work up, and treatment of anterior and posterior segment uveitis including care of complex/advanced and urgent cases.  He or she would be comfortable collaborating with other departments, such as Rheumatology, to help manage complex and resistant uveitis.  The University of Alberta seeks a candidate with a proven track record of publication in peer reviewed journals. Research and clinical teaching experience is essential.

Applicants must be licensed in good standing, or eligible for licensure, with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (CPSA).  Candidates will have completed a residency in ophthalmology and a one-year uveitis fellowship.

Qualified candidates should send a letter of intent outlining their clinical, teaching and research interests, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three professional references to:

to Erin Childs    [email protected]
Executive Assistant to Dr. Edsel Ing,
Chief of Ophthalmology, Edmonton Zone, Royal Alexandra Hospital
and Chair of Ophthalmology, University of Alberta

Application review will begin on May 25, 2024. The competition will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

To read more, see the full posting here.


Retinal Research Fellowship in Imaging and Artificial Intelligence – Toronto (Academic Private)

(posted March 27, 2024)
Application Deadline: April 12, 2024
Submit CV and Letter of Interest w/ references to [email protected]
(Not associated with a University)

The Retina Research Fellowship is a one-year, full-time training program designed to provide advanced education and hands-on research experience in retina-related disorders. The fellowship is open to individuals who have completed medical school and are interested in pursuing a career in Ophthalmology and or retina research.

The program is based at a leading research institution with a strong reputation in retina research. The fellow will work closely with the principal investigator and collaborate with international faculty. The fellow will have the opportunity to work with these experts, as well as other researchers, to gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest research and treatment methods for retina-related disorders.

The fellow will participate in a variety of research projects, which will include phase III, IV clinical trials, machine learning, device development, 3D-printing and novel retinal imaging devices. These projects will focus on a range of retina-related disorders, both common and rare, including but not limited to: age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and surgical conditions. The fellow will have the opportunity to design and conduct their own research project, with the guidance of the faculty.

The fellow will also participate in monthly retina imaging rounds, where they will present their work and receive feedback from the faculty and other staff. They will also have the opportunity to present their research at national and international conferences throughout the academic year. Opportunities to lead within the research group will be based on the fellow’s skillset and depth of knowledge.

In addition to research, the fellow will also participate in clinical activities. They will attend retina clinics and surgeries alongside the faculty and will have the opportunity to see patients and develop their clinical skills.

The fellowship includes a competitive salary, as well as a research allowance for travel, books and other research-related expenses. The fellow will also have access to state-of-the-art research facilities, including imaging equipment and digital technology.

Upon completion of the fellowship, the fellow will have gained expertise in retina research and will be well-prepared for to start a career in academic ophthalmology, industry, or scientific research. They will have developed the skills to design and conduct independent research and will have a strong understanding of the latest advances in retina research and treatment.

The Retina Research Fellowship in Imaging and Artificial Intelligence is an outstanding opportunity for individuals who are passionate about retina research and want to make a difference in the field. With a dedicated faculty, cutting-edge research projects, and a supportive environment, the fellowship provides a unique experience for individuals who are committed to advancing the field of retina research.

Ophthalmologist, Hawkesbury, Ontario (Hospital)

(posted March 26, 2024)

The Hawkesbury and District General Hospital (HGH) is looking for a part-time Ophthalmologist to join its dynamic ambulatory care and surgical teams.

HGH is a family and patient-centred bilingual regional hospital. We provide essential services to the residents of Prescott-Russell and the surrounding region. As the majority of the population we serve is francophone, fluency in both French and English is a requirement.

Our team of over 200 physicians and 800 employees is committed to delivering exceptional healthcare services and relies on teamwork, innovation, and leadership.

Number of positions: 1-2
Start date and schedules: flexible

Clinical Setting and Duties

Our team is currently composed of three Ophthalmologists.

  • HGH provides attractive benefits such as zero overhead expenses and the opportunity to work in our state-of-the-art, newly constructed ambulatory care building. The booking clerks book all tests, follow-ups, consults, and OR procedures for you.
  • Our ORs have also undergone recent renovations to introduce natural lighting and are fully equipped with brand new equipment.
  • A minimum of one day of dedicated OR time per week is available as well as a minimum of 2 clinic days per week.
  • Access to a YAG/SLT Laser, Visual Field, and OCT.

Qualifications

  • Certification from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or equivalent qualification
  • Independent practice license from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario

Incentives

  • Opportunity to set-up an office in the community to supplement the hospital-based practice is available and can be discussed further upon expression of interest.
  • Rural incentives and relocation bonuses may apply.

About HGH

In 2022, we completed a major redevelopment project that transformed our local community hospital into a full-service regional hospital thanks to a $200 million investment in infrastructure, medical equipment and cutting-edge technology.

HGH is a proud member of The Atlas Alliance, which has enabled us to adopt the Epic Health Information System and its electronic medical record (EMR), resulting in increased efficiency and patient safety. As a member of The Atlas Alliance, we maintain educational and working partnerships with The Ottawa Hospital and the Ottawa Heart Institute.

HGH is located in the town of Hawkesbury, Ontario, on the Ottawa River, providing the perfect work/life balance with beautiful scenery and all necessary amenities. If you are seeking a rural hospital that is easily commutable from the city, Hawkesbury is only an hour’s drive from both Montreal and Ottawa.

Apply Now

If you are a passionate medical professional looking to work in a supportive and vibrant environment, we encourage you to apply.

Please send your CV to Medical Affairs via email at [email protected].

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Medical Affairs at 613-632-1111, extension 31001.


Academic Neuro- Ophthalmologist, Queen’s University – Kingston, Ontario (University)

(posted March 22, 2024)

The Department of Ophthalmology at Queen’s University is seeking an Academic Neuro-Ophthalmologist with experience with in adult strabismus. Qualified applicants will hold an MD degree. Successful candidates must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario and preference will be given to applicants who have specialty certification from the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC)or the American Board of Specialties. Preference will also be given to individuals who have completed 1 year of subspecialty training in neuro-ophthalmology.

The Department has an excellent residency program in Ophthalmology (with 13residents). The Department enjoys an excellent reputation for employing innovative and enthusiastic teachers for learners at all levels. Preference will be given to applicants who have a strong track record or exhibit strong potential for clinical, surgical and didactic teaching.

The successful candidate will enjoy a competitive compensation package, funded through an alternate funding plan (AFP) and will include a generous benefit plan. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience.

To learn more or apply, see the full posting here.

Retina Specialist – Toronto, Ontario (Private)

(posted March 18, 2024)

Toronto Retina Institute is inviting applications for a full time Retina Specialist to join a growing, dynamic practice. Our team is dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality patient care and a successful candidate would need to exemplify this.

Applicants must have, or be eligible for, licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Candidates would also require a one or two year clinical fellowship in Retina.

Applicants may contact [email protected] for further information or to apply for this position.

 


Full Time Ophthalmologist Opportunity – Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance (Hospital)

(posted March 18, 2024)

We have an immediate opening for an Ophthalmologist.

Details include:

  • OR time for cataract extraction with lens implant at the Clinton site.
  • HOCC funding for shared on-call coverage with 24/7 OR staffing.
  • Funded volumes are 1,275/year.
  • Potential option to share clinic space with established colleagues.

Criteria includes the following:

  • FRCPC in Ophthalmology is preferred.
  • Commitment to the establishment of a comprehensive practice.

About the Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance (HPHA):

The HPHA is an Alliance of 4 hospitals located in Southwestern Ontario including; Clinton Public, Seaforth Community, St Marys Memorial and Stratford General Hospitals. Stratford General Hospital, a 120 bed acute and continuing care hospital, is the regional referral centre for Huron & Perth County residents, offering a broad range of medical and surgical inpatient services including critical care and neonatal intensive care, supported with internists, pediatricians and surgical specialists such as urology, ENT, ophthalmology, gynecological, plastics, general and orthopedics. The Stratford site also provides mental health, maternal child, complex continuing care and rehabilitation inpatient services.

To learn more or apply, see the full posting here.

Locum Opportunity in the Lower Mainland, British Columbia (Private Clinic)

(posted March 14, 2024)

Seeking a comprehensive ophthalmology locum to provide medical and surgical coverage for my patients starting in June or September 2024 with the potential for extension. If you are looking for a medical locum, that can be arranged as well. This locum is located in the lower mainland of BC. During the locum you will have access to YAG/SLT laser, visual field, OCT, fundus camera and minor procedure time for eyelid procedures and cataract OR time.

The locum would require a CPSBC license to practice in British Columbia, as well as Royal College of Physician and Surgeons of Canada certification in Ophthalmology. Clinic time would be approximately 3.5 days a week with another half day of minor procedure time and a day of cataract OR time each week.

Interested candidates can e-mail [email protected] with your resume.


1-2 Full Time General Ophthalmologists – Owen Sound, Ontario

(posted March 11, 2024)

We have an immediate opening for 1-2 full-time general Ophthalmologists to join our team – includes access to operating time. Specialists provide on-call support, in-patient surgical services and outpatient consultations and follow-up to a wide catchment area of over 170,000 residents and more than 2 million short-stay visitors each year.

Operating Room time is based at the Owen Sound and Meaford hospitals as part of the Division of Ophthalmology. The equivalent of one day per week of OR is being offered for this position. Both of our sites are equipped with Zeiss microscopes that incorporate the Callisto eye Toric alignment system for more accurate positioning of toric IOLs. In addition, both sites are equipped with a full complement of MST instruments for anterior segment surgery and sutured IOL work. Our Meaford site boasts brand new instrumentation allowing up to 18 cataract cases to be performed daily using the WhiteStar Signature Pro J&J/AMO cataract surgery platform. Instrumentation is also available for minor oculoplastic procedures at both sites.

The On-Call distribution will be 1 in 5.

The option for joining an existing out-of-hospital clinical practice exists in the community – This would allow someone wanting to join our team to be able to rapidly relocate and start seeing patients and performing surgery with minimal delay.

Brightshores Health System (Brightshores) operates six hospitals in the Grey Bruce region serving a population of over 170,000. The Owen Sound hospital is a Level 2 regional referral centre, offering a full range of specialty services through the Departments of Anaesthesia, Medical Imaging, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Oncology, Hospitalist Medicine, Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Pathology, Paediatrics, Psychiatry and Surgery (ENT, General/Thoracic Surgery, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Urology).

To learn more or apply, see the full posting here.

Locum, Medical and Surgical Retina Specialist – Dept of Ophthalmology, Western University (University)

(posted February 22, 2024)

The Dept of Ophthalmology at the Ivey Eye Institute, St Joseph’s Health Care London, and the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western University invite applications for a full-time clinical academic locum position in Ophthalmology as a Medical and Surgical Retina Specialist from May 06, 2024 to November 30, 2024. The start date can be flexible and adjusted to June or July if required by the candidate.

Qualifications:

  • Candidates must hold an MD or equivalent and be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO).
  • Specialist certification in Ophthalmology from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) or equivalent is required.
  • Candidates must have completed a minimum of two years fellowship training in Medical and Surgical Retina.

Expectations:

  • Management of retinal diseases in the outpatient service.
  • Surgical management of retinal diseases – Operating Room time (average 1 day/week) will be provided
  • Full participation in the retina on-call schedule (1 in 4).
  • Active involvement in teaching, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels (supervising residents, Grand Rounds, Retina Rounds, lectures).

To learn more or apply, see the full posting here.


Ophthalmic Equipment for Sale – Oakville, Ontario

(posted February 15, 2024)

Ophthalmic equipment in excellent condition, <3 years old and well maintained (virtually new), for sale.  Medical equipment, lane supplies, office furniture, and network/CPU available.

Medical equipment

  • ZEISS CLARUS 500 (1)
  • ZEISS CIRRUS 6000 (1)
  • ZEISS Slit Lamp SL 220 (4)

Office furniture

  • Waiting room chairs – white (10)
  • Ophthalmic lane desks – white (4)
  • Filing cabinet – white (1)
  • Filing cabinet – black (1)
  • Standing desk (1)
  • L shape desks (2)

Network/CPU

  • Unifi network equipment, cameras
  • CPUs, screens, phones, etc,

Please email me privately at [email protected] for further information.  Pick up in Oakville.

Surgical Glaucoma Locum – Edmonton, Alberta

(posted February 12, 2024)

  • Coverage from July through December 2024
  • Comprehensive and surgical glaucoma practice with full OR privileges (1 d/week)
  • 2-3d/week of clinic in private office equipped with Healthquest ERM, Forum, YAG/SLT laser, HVF, OCT, Topographer and IOL master
  • On-call responsibilities 1day/month and 1 weekend over the period supported by excellent residents at the University of Alberta
  • Requirements: Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Certification and eligibility for Alberta licensure

If interested, please contact [email protected]


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