Retina-Vitreous Surgeons of Central New York, PC is a regional retinal practice with six fellowship-trained physicians. Several partners are scaling back or nearing retirement age. We currently seek a seventh highly skilled and motivated BE/BC vitreo-retinal surgeon for a position rapidly leading to full and equal partnership.
The practice offers an opportunity for immediate and sustained medical and surgical volume as a result of steady growth over nearly 40 years.
This is the major retina referral center for all of Central New York, covering a vast geographic area -- stretching from Northern Pennsylvania in the South all the way up into Canada – with a network of several hundred referring ophthalmologists and optometrists. Therefore, the practice sees a very high surgical volume with tremendous pathology. The physicians also run the retina service at SUNY Upstate and the Syracuse VA. Such academic affiliations facilitate active involvement in resident and medical student education. The practice diagnoses and treats the full gamut of retinal diseases from rhegmatogenous retinal detachments and vein occlusions to severe ocular trauma and ROP.
Additionally, the practice is extremely fair and collegial. Since its inception 40 years ago, the practice has never had a physician leave (except for retirement). There is a one year path to partnership, which every physician has accepted.
Call is shared equally by the physicians, as is time spent at the two satellite offices (1 day a week). Surgery is performed at a state of the art ASC as well as a regional referral hospital with both Alcon and DORC vitrectomy units at both sites.
State-of-the-art diagnostic services are offered at our main office location in Syracuse and our satellite offices in Watertown and Binghamton, NY. A highly experienced staff includes multiple RNs and certified ophthalmic photographers. The practice is actively involved in multiple national clinical trials, with two study coordinators on staff.
Syracuse is a medium-sized city located in the heart of New York State within the scenic Finger Lakes region. It is in close proximity to the Adirondack Mountains, the Thousand Islands of the St. Lawrence River, and Lake Ontario. Opportunities abound for boating, fishing, skiing, hiking, biking and golf. Local cultural amenities include the Syracuse Opera and the Everson Museum of Art. The area boasts a very affordable real estate market, low cost of living, and excellent schools.
A wide variety of colleges and universities in the area provide diverse educational and cultural opportunities. Syracuse University and Cornell University participate in many Division One athletic events. The 50,000 seat Carrier Dome of Syracuse University is the nation’s largest on-campus indoor stadium and plays home to many NCAA and scholastic athletic events, along with touring shows and concerts.
Larger metropolitan areas such as New York City, Toronto, Montreal, Philadelphia, and Boston are all within a five-hour drive or a one-hour flight from the Syracuse Airport.