About the Position/ Practice :
With over 100 years of patient care, Grene Vision Group is a staple in the Kansas ophthalmic market. Grene Vision Group has 18 locations, 35 optometrists, and 14 ophthalmologists with an extensive community network. The position becomes available due to one of our two fellowship-trained oculoplastic physicians is retiring, in addition experiencing an increase in patient volume.
Additional details are below:
Immediate Clinical and Surgical Volume
Amazing company culture
Full Time/ 5 days per week
Sign-on Bonus; Relocation; Loan Forgiveness Packages Available
High-Volume (functional & cosmetic)
Accepting J1 Candidates
About the Area:
With Wichita being the major city in Kansas outside of the Kansas City area, and limited oculoplastics coverage, the growth and earning potential for an oculoplastics career is tremendous, all while being in an area with low cost of living; without sacrificing all the culture and attractions found in huge cities. Wichita metropolitan area is an industrial hub and a regional center of culture, entertainment, media, and trade. It hosts several universities, museums, restaurants, theaters, parks, and entertainment venues. Our nationally & internationally recognized zoo ranks as the number one outdoor tourist attraction in the state. Over the last several years, Wichita has developed a positive reputation as an affordable and pleasant place to live. Wichita has also been designated an "All-American City" four times.
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