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Kelsey-Seybold Clinic is Houston’s fastest growing, multispecialty organization with more than 40 premier locations and over 65 specialties. Our clinics are comprised of more than 600 physicians and as we continue to grow, our focus is providing quality patient care by adding to our team of clinical and non-clinical professionals that work together in a convenient, coordinated, and collaborative manner. Enjoy the rewards of a successful career while maintaining a work/life balance by joining our team today and changing the way health cares.
Why Kelsey-Seybold Clinic?
- Medical, Vision, and Dental
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Company Matching 401K
- Employee Reward and Recognition Program
- Paid time off for vacation, sick, and holidays
- Employee Assistance Program
- Continuing Medical Education allowance
The Ophthalmic Assistant is responsible for providing direct patient care to patients seen in the Optometry or Ophthalmology departments. He or she will ensure the safety and comfort of patient and families according to legal, organizational and professional standards.
The Certified Ophthalmic Assistant is responsible for providing direct patient care to patients seen in the Optometry or Ophthalmology departments. He or she will ensure the safety and comfort of patient and families according to legal, organizational and professional standards.
Ophthalmic Assistant (OA/COA)- Ophthalmology
Job Type: Full-Time
Salary Range: $34,744.00 to $45,601.50 (Pay is based on several factors including but not limited to education, work experience, certifications, etc.)
Required: High School Diploma or GED from an accredited program
Required: OA– At least 1-year previous Medical Assistant or Ophthalmic Assistant experience if not a graduate of an approved Medical/ Ophthalmic Assistant program Or 6 months experience if a graduate of an accredited Medical/Ophthalmic Assistant program, COA– At least 1 year of experience under an Ophthalmologist with ophthalmic certification or Graduate of an accredited vision technology school.
Preferred: OA– 1 year in ophthalmic setting, COA– 2 years of previous work experience under an ophthalmologist.
Required: COA– Certified as an Ophthalmic Assistant.
Required: OA– Able to use equipment and related supplies for selected patient population, CRT experience, Able to use NCT, Autorefractor, computer related equipment, Lensometer and able to perform K-readings; COA– Able to use NCT, auto refractor, perform gross visual fields and gross motility exam, slit lamp operation, applanation tonometry, operate IOL master, evaluate pupils, use of OCT/HRT, pachymetry, corneal topography and Humphrey Visual Field Knowledge and dosage of ophthalmic drops, Able to Scribe, use portable tonopen,, Goldman VF, Fundus photography, Fluroscein Angiography, Immersion Intraocular lens
Required: Current BCLS issued by the American Heart Association
Preferred: Windows bases computer skills
Working Environment: Clinical