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ProMedica Physicians Eye Care (PPEC) is a multi-specialty eye practice with retail optical, optometry, and ophthalmology. PPEC is the eye department for ProMedica Health System which encompasses 13 acute care hospitals in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. PPEC's mission is to deliver state of the art eye care with compassion.

Cornea fellowship trained
Excellent surgical skills
Able to do refractive laster (LASIK)
Efficient cataract surgeon
Able to perform corneal procedures (such as DSEK)

Latest Alcon cataract equipment

Must demonstrate and promote a strong commitment toward achieving customer / patient satisfaction

Post offer pre-employment required to include tobacco / drug screen / nicotine testing
ProMedica is Mission-based, not-for-profit healthcare organization was formed in Toledo, Ohio in 1986. Since then, ProMedica has grown into one of the leading, most integrated health systems in the United States, ranking among the Top 5 for the past five years. ProMedica consists of 17,000 employees, 3,600 physicians and 350 facilities in Ohio and Michigan. Beckers Healthcare has named ProMedica one of its 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare for 2017. This list includes hospitals and health systems throughout the country and is based on a combination of previous nominations and editorial research.

ProMedica Physicians has more than 950 physicians and advanced practice providers throughout northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. With connections to leading hospitals and a wide spectrum of health services, they work to give patients easy access to compassionate, quality healthcare. In addition, ProMedica Physicians count on a team of experienced professionals to manage billing , coding, electronic health record, compliance, human resources, legal issues, marketing and more for their practices. This gives physicians freedom to concentrate on their first passion: providing high-quality care for their patients.