Ophthalmologist Jobs in Maryland

Ophthalmologists are medical doctors (MDs) or doctors of osteopathic medicine (DOs) who specialize in vision and eye care. An ophthalmologist’s job description includes conducting eye exams, diagnosing and treating diseases, prescribing medications, and performing eye surgery.

The median salary for an ophthalmologist is more than $200,000, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects faster than average job growth for physicians and surgeons in general at 10%–14% through 2026.

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Bethesda, MD
General Description The Wilmer Eye Institute is seeking a Comprehensive Ophthalmologist to join our staff....
2 days ago
Pinnacle Health - Baltimore, MD
Location: Baltimore Posted on: November 7, 2018 Job Description: Glaucoma Opportunity * Practice includes 13 practicing Comprehensive and subspecialty Ophthalmologists in a large institute with state-of-the...
7 days ago
BluePearl - Rockville, MD
We are seeking a board certified surgeon, dermatologist, internist, oncologist, ophthalmologist, radiologist, criticalist, or an emergency clinician, with several years clinical experience, looking...
30+ days ago
Rockville, MD
We are seeking a full-time or part-time general ophthalmologist, with an interest in a subspecialty being a plus....
30+ days ago
BluePearl - Rockville, MD
The ophthalmologist will be provided with updated, state-of-the-art equipment, a dedicated work space and dedicated technical staff....
30+ days ago

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