The Department of Ophthalmology at Duke University School of Medicine and Duke Eye Center is expanding our practice in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina and recruiting for an Oculofacial Plastic Surgery specialist.
This an excellent opportunity for a specialist interested in functional and aesthetic surgery. The candidate will join an internationally-renowned faculty with four fellowship-trained, board-certified oculofacial surgeons. Duke Eye Center is the only tertiary referral center in the region with access to every specialty and sub-specialty in ophthalmology.
Duke Eye Center, a well-respected leader in patient care, education and research is ranked #6 in the US News and World Report Best Hospitals annual survey, and has consistently remained in the top 10 for almost 30 years.
Candidates must have successfully completed a fully accredited ophthalmology residency training program and an an ASOPRS accredited fellowship. Board certification (current or within the first year of hire) is required. This position requires excellent clinical skills as well as a dedication to academic ophthalmology.
Each faculty member has the opportunity to engage in teaching and clinical research activities. Faculty rank will be determined by experience and credentials.
This position will primarily serve the Holly Springs location, a brand new state-of-the-art, multi-specialty facility that will open in August 2019. Holly Springs is part of the Research Triangle region of NC and is just minutes from Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. The Research Triangle region of North Carolina has a combined population of more than a million people, and boasts a robust intellectual climate and broad cultural diversity.
We take pride in living Duke's guiding principles of trustworthiness, respect, diversity, learning and teamwork.
Interested candidates should visit our website at dukeeyecenter.duke.edu/careers for more information about working at Duke and living in the area or contact Duke Eye Center’s HR Manager, Mike Flintosh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internal Number: 14687
About Duke Eye Center
Duke Eye Center is an internationally-renowned academic medical institution dedicated to curing eye disease worldwide though excellence in research, education, and patient care. Specializing in all areas of ophthalmology, it is a top ranked program by the US News and World Report Best Hospitals survey since the survey began almost 30 years ago.
We offer a robust educational program that includes medical student education, residency and fellowship programs in all specialties, as well as a recently established optometry residency in pediatrics. We offer a host of continuing education programs for ophthalmologists and optometrists.
Our faculty hold leadership positions for national and international societies and have been recipients of some of the highest honors in the field.
Duke Eye Center is on the forefront of patient care. The Hudson Building at Duke Eye Center opened in June 2015 and became the third facility in the Duke Eye Center main-campus complex, adding to the Wadsworth Building, which opened in 1973, and the Albert Eye Research Institute (AERI), which opened in 2005. Together, the three facilities comprise 245,000 square feet of clinic and research space. O...ur main campus facilities are located on the Duke University campus which allows easy collaboration with our colleagues across the university. We have 10 satellite locations with plans to expand over the next several years.
Duke Eye Center is poised to continue our rich history of innovation and translating the best science to new understanding and implementing new treatments for all eye diseases and makes Duke a leader in ophthalmology.