Provider Career Counseling

For past generations of ophthalmologists, “career management” was pretty simple: Find your first job after training, become a partner two years later, and retire from the same private practice in 30 years.

Not so much, today.

The typical eye surgeon now rotates through several positions, for a variety of reasons:

  • Excess market competition or contract loss
  • Incompatibility
  • A shift in subspecialty interests
  • An employer who has reneged on promised buy-in terms
  • Unsatisfactory corporate, HMO or other institutional employment
  • Family relocation

Whether you are just completing your training and need help selecting (and negotiating) your first job, or are mid-career, we can help you choose the best setting to match your training, work-life balance, temperament and financial ambitions.