Ophthalmology jobs in Toledo most often include as a stipulation Ophthalmology board certification (or eligibility) and an active Ohio license to practice medicine. Having done an Ophthalmology residency or fellowship in Ohio is advantageous because it means the physician is familiar with OH BCBS and Medicaid procedures.
Ophthalmology salaries for the north region of the U.S., including Toledo, OH, are around $354,500. In contrast the national average Ophthalmology salary is $325,384, meaning Ophthalmology jobs in Toledo pay around 108.9% of the national average.
Given the specific insurance and liability laws of Ohio, effort should be made to explore issues like state tort reform proposals.
Equally important, the effect of the federal PPAC Act on income for Ophthalmology practices is unknown.