- Cataract Surgery
- Refractive Surgery
- Cosmetic Surgery
- Children’s Eye Care
The Residency in Ocular Disease seeks to attract entry level optometric graduates and to provide them with advanced didactic and clinical experiences diagnosing and treating ocular disease. Residents will practice optometry in a progressive and comprehensive manner within an ophthalmology/optometry clinic to maximize their experiences treating challenging medical and visual ocular disorders. The resident will assist in the teaching of the student externs and present various education lectures. A graduate of the program will be qualified to manage a wide range of ocular conditions and serve as a faculty member at an optometric institution
Ohio Eye Alliance is a surgical referral center located in northeast Ohio with three office locations. The center specializes in cataract/IOL implant surgery, glaucoma treatment and surgery, pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus, medical retina, and oculoplastics. Residents will practice in state-of-the-art facilities and receive a wide variety of diagnostic and treatment experience.
Ohio Eye Alliance is an ophthalmology referral center specializing in glaucoma, cataract, corneal pathology, pediatrics, adult strabismus, oculoplastics, retinal disease and anterior segment pathology. The resident participates in all areas these areas including acquiring extensive experience in pre- and post- operative care for a wide variety of ocular surgical procedures. Offices are located in Canton, Alliance and Boardman, Ohio. The program provides a unique opportunity for the resident to work directly with both ophthalmologists and optometrists in the treatment of ocular pathology.
The resident’s normal hours are Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm. The resident will occasionally report to the office prior to 8:30am to see post ops in conjunction with a surgeon. The resident has no weekend or call responsibilities.
Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Scott Young, Program Supervisor. The program participates in OR Match. When application materials are on file with the program supervisor, the applicant will be contacted regarding an interview. The resident is selected based on credentials presented and a personal interview. Applicants will be evaluated without regard to gender, race, creed, national origin, or non-disqualifying disabilities. Residents must be graduates of a school or college of optometry accredited by ACOE. Accepted Candidates must obtain an Ohio Optometry license.
The resident must provide:
Twelve months, beginning July 1.
Established by the Board of Ohio Eye Alliance, currently set at $34,000 plus health, dental and malpractice insurance. Subject to change. Please contact the Residency Site Coordinator for current information.
For further information concerning the Residency in Ocular Disease,
you may contact:
Scott Young, O.D.
Ohio Eye Alliance, Inc.
985 Sawburg Avenue
Alliance, OH 44601
(330) 823-3831 Fax