Posted: May 2, 2023

Oculoplastic Surgeon

Merritt Hawkins - Detroit, MI
Application Deadline: N/A
Health Services

Henry Ford Health System seeks an Oculoplastic surgeon to join one of the largest ophthalmology practices in the nation. The incoming Oculoplastic surgeon will be part of an extensive, robust department with some practice flexibility. The department has been providing high-quality care for over 75 years and has a culture that values compassion, innovation, respect, and results. Candidates must be board-certified or board-eligible in ophthalmology and fellowship trained in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. An ASOPRS fellowship is preferred but not mandatory. 

Opportunity Highlights

  • Join a large, robust department in one of the nation’s leading comprehensive, integrative health systems
  • Work for one of the largest ophthalmology practices in the country
  • Detroit metro area offers suburbs with vibrant downtowns, highly rated schools, upscale homes, waterfront parks, and plenty of outdoor activities
  • Academic faculty appointment with teaching opportunities
  • 100% specialized practice or have some general ophthalmologic work incorporated, depending on individual interests
  • Access to clinical trials within the department
  • Low-intensity call that is remote only
  • Signing bonus, relocation package, and comprehensive benefits

Community Information
With a cost of living lower than the national average and many major cities nationwide, Detroit, MI, is a sought-after and affordable Midwest metro. You’ll find plenty of diversity and a world-famous music scene, and Detroit suburbs offer vibrant downtowns, highly rated schools, upscale homes, waterfront parks, and plenty of outdoor activities.

  • Detroit is a Best Place to Live and a Best Place to Retire (US News)
  • NCAA Division I sports, and professional football, baseball, basketball, and hockey
  • Enjoy endless activities in cosmopolitan downtown Detroit: award-winning restaurants, hotels, scenic parks, and a walkable international riverfront
  • The city’s Greektown, Eastern Market, District Detroit, Corktown, and Midtown neighborhoods are easily accessible with public transit and bike lanes
  • Many options for urban, downtown living or beautiful, family-friendly communities for any type of lifestyle
  • Excellent public and private school options, as well as several top-notch universities
  • A thriving music and theatre scene, including the Detroit Jazz Festival
  • Motown Museum, Henry Ford Museum, Automotive Hall of Fame 
  • Convenient access to great year-round getaways, camping, and kayaking
  • Past awards include Most Educated City (2019), Best City for Young Professionals (2018), and Most Improved City (2018).