1-3 years of experience
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Employment Type:
Full time
Job Category:
Health Care Provider
Ophthalmic tech
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Job Description

Eye Center of the Rockies GLENWOOD SPRINGS location.

The right candidate is eligible for a signing bonus!

This person should have two years exp as an ophthalmic tech. Would consider someone who has at least 1 year working in a regular medical office as a medical assistant.  Must be a team player  and be an attentive worker. Great benefits and pay! 

Ophthalmic Technician Job Duties:

Acquaint all new patients with the office procedures to which they will be exposed.

Inform patients of the purpose of all tests personally performed and how they will be affected during the tests.

Obtain patient history to include chief compliant, history of present illness, past history (ocular and general), family history (ocular and general), and history of allergies and medications.

Perform accurate and consistent documentation and measurement tasks to include A-scans and visual fields.

Perform fundus photography.

The Eye Center of the Rockies is an equal opportunity employer.

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About Eye Center of the Rockies

The practice offers comprehensive general ophthalmology services. This can range from a routine eye exam for eyeglasses, to screening for eye problems such as crossed eyes, glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, dry eyes, or macular degeneration. Ophthalmology has several subspecialty areas and Dr. Ehrlich's approach has been to focus in the surgical arena on procedures that he performs frequently with great experience and expertise. This includes cataract and refractive surgery, or LASIK. Simple office lasers such as a retinal tear or glaucoma laser, and blepharoplasty are offered but complex subspecialty procedures such as a retinal detachment would be referred to a retinal specialist. These procedures are not seen frequently enough in general ophthalmology to maintain excellence. Our most commonly performed procedures and areas of expertise are: "Refractive" cataract surgery Refractive lensectomy