As an Integrated Delivery System (IDS), PIH Health provides a range of healthcare services to better serve its community. The IDS offers quality healthcare across multiple service lines, including utilization of primary care teams to provide general medicine and preventative care; access to emergency and urgent care, home health services and hospice; a network of over 180 specialists and more. PIH Health’s services includes a 400-plus bed acute care, nonprofit hospital founded in 1959 and today serves over 1.5 million residents in Los Angeles, the greater San Gabriel Valley and Orange County areas.
We currently have an opening
for a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant
The Certified Ophthalmic Assistant performs patient-oriented procedures and services under the supervision of the department Office Manager and/or practitioner in a medical office setting. Duties include applying drops to patient’s eyes, using various diagnostic machines including but not limited to auto-refractor, FDT, HRTII, Retinal Camera, Topography and IOL master. The candidate will be responsible for testing for visual acuity, conducting basic pupil exam, motility exam, and measuring intraocular pressure using Tonopen equipment. He/she will perform visual field examinations using automated visual field machine. The candidate may need to travel to different practice locations.
Requirements & Skills:
- Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA)
- Complete an independent study course or accredited training program
- Two (2) years of back office experience
- Ability to work in an environment involving a high level of activity
- Bilingual in Spanish preferred
We offer competitive salaries and benefits. Become a part of the PIH community and help us bring a comprehensive array of services, with the latest technology, advanced communication tools, use of best practices, and excellent patient satisfaction to those in need.