(This list may not include all of the duties assigned.)
1. Greet patients.
2. Takes patient history.
3. Retrieve charts and prepare paper work.
4. Perform and record test results of visual acuities, color vision stereopsis testing, auto refratometer readings, blood pressure and the like, as directed by the physician.
5. Order lenses based on prescriptions.
6. Maintain, clean, and polish lenses.
7. Instruct patients about contact lens care; answer questions and provide information in person or over the phone.
8. Use and maintain equipment and supplies as requested.
9. Participates in department quality improvement, clinic safety, infection control and hazardous materials programs and activities.
36 Hours Per Week
QUALIFICATIONS: Must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and abilities of personnel placed in similar or the same positions. Must have the ability to communicate effectively by being able to read, write, spell, speak and comprehend English.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: High School diploma or equivalent, some secondary (college) education and medical office experience is required. One year of ophthalmologic back office experience and CPR certification are required.