To perform basic and advanced tests and procedures under the close supervision of medical and allied health staff.
Perform the duties of an ophthalmic assistant/intern as well as:
- Refraction, basic ophthalmic photography, ocular motility, basic slit lamp exam.
- Triage and complex history taking
- Electronic Medical Record proficient.
- Assist in minor surgery and complex treatment room procedures.
- Calibrate, clean and maintain ophthalmic equipment and instruments
- Assist in reviewing schedules and schedule patient testing
- Stock rooms with needed supplies.
- Perform as a float technician to satellite clinics as needed.
- Assist in teaching, training and orienting of new employees and ophthalmic assistants.
- Assist in preparing and updating Clinical Orientation manuals and Procedural Manuals.
- Other duties as directed by supervisor.
- Collaborative and collegial, demonstrates integrity.
- Respectful and compassionate attitude.
- High School graduation
- Certification at the COA level.
- Minimum of 2-5 years full time work experience at the Ophthalmic Assistant level.
- Keyboarding skills
- Electronic Medical Record experience
- College degree in a Health field.
- Monday- Friday
-Hours: Dependent on Clinical need - 40 hours per week.
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The Kellogg Eye Center of the University of Michigan is dedicated to enhancing quality of life by preserving and restoring vision. Our guiding principles are teamwork, caring, innovation and integrity.
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