|Date Posted||March 29, 2019|
Quality, compassionate patient care is our highest priority.We offer a fast paced team oriented work environment, competitive wages and an excellent benefit package. Experience in ophthalmic patient care is preferred but not required. We will consider on the job training for the right candidate. Candidates must have no less than 1 year of experience in direct patient care, medical terminology, and electronic medical records.
Responsibilities will include: pre-testing and gathering medical information, performing refraction, neutralizing glasses prescriptions, tonometry, visual field, fundus photography, ultrasound, and OCT testing.
This could be a unique opportunity to train on the job and earn a certification as an ophthalmic assistant.
Benefits include: Health and Life insurance, employer paid short term disability, 401(k), paid time off, discounted eye wear, and a nurturing work environment.