Becoming an Ophthalmic Assistant is exciting.
Ophthalmic Assistant (Current Employee) – Snellville, GA – July 19, 2014
Becoming an Ophthalmic Assistant is exciting. Working with 20+ patients a day makes it an interesting day. I can feel I am really helping people see. My eye sight has always been infallible so I have had no personal experience with a optometrist working on my eyes. It's disheartening to see people come in with eye sight that causes them distress and personal complications in life, but i find joy in giving them a new life with a new set of eyes. The hardest part of the job is seeing a patient cry, it breaks my heart. The management at Heritage Vision Center leaves something to be desired. The health care insurance unbearably expensive. I would have to hand over most of my paycheck once a month to afford it, while the office manager, who made twice the amount of me, had his insurance paid for.
working with patients to help them see.
heath care and management.