Ophthalmologist Jobs in Oregon

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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Join a well-established multispecialty ophthalmology practice in Salem, Oregon. This is an opportunity to be busy from in-house and outside referrals from your first day....

Neuro-Ophthalmologist/ Ophthalmologist

  • Legacy Health
  • Portland, OR
  • 18 days ago
PI187774433 Recommended Skills Optometry Podiatry Chiropractics Ophthalmology Refractive Surgery Grade...

Ophthalmologist - Medical Retina

  • Summit Health, Inc.
  • Bend, OR
  • 24 days ago
If interested in continuing a comprehensive practice, to include cataract surgery, surgical Call responsibilities are shared among a very collegial group of 8-10 other ophthalmologists in the community...

Physician-Ophthalmology

  • CHI Mercy Medical Center
  • Roseburg, OR
  • 26 days ago
She offers laser treatments, multifocal lens implants, advanced diabetic eye care, oculoplastic surgery and is very experienced in minimally invasive no-stitch cataract surgery. Roseburg is Dr....

Ophthalmologist

  • Northwest Permanente
  • Portland, OR
  • 90+ days ago
Kaiser Permanente is one of the nation's preeminent health care systems, a benchmark for comprehensive, integrated, and high-quality care....

Demographic Data for Oregon

Moving to Oregon? Find some basic demographic data about Oregon below.


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Salary for Ophthalmologist Jobs Nationwide

This is the average annual salary for Ophthalmologist jobs in Oregon as reported by the BLS.

$286,514

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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Ophthalmologist positions.


Highest Education Level

Ophthalmologists in Oregon offer the following education background
  • Doctorate Degree (30.3%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (21.6%)
  • High School or GED (18.7%)
  • Vocational Degree or Certification (10.9%)
  • Associate's Degree (8.7%)
  • Master's Degree (6.8%)
  • Some College (2.6%)
  • Some High School (0.4%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Ophthalmologists in Oregon
  • 4-6 years (35.4%)
  • None (29.5%)
  • 2-4 years (13.3%)
  • 10+ years (12.9%)
  • 1-2 years (8.9%)

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