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Technician-Ophthalmic

Ascension


Location:
Austin, TX 78701
Date:
12/28/2022
2022-12-282023-02-12
Ascension
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Details Department: Ophthalmology Schedule: 8am - 4:30pm (with some flex based on patient/clinic need) Hospital: Seton Northwest Hospital Location: Austin TX Benefits Paid time off (PTO) Various health insurance options & wellness plans Retirement benefits including employer match plans Long-term & short-term disability Employee assistance programs (EAP) Parental leave & adoption assistance Tuition reimbursement Ways to give back to your community *Please note, benefits and benefits eligibility can vary by position, exclusions may apply for some roles (for example: PRN, Short-Term Option, etc.). Connect with your Talent Advisor today for additional specifics. Responsibilities Perform basic patient care and ophthalmic testing procedures as directed by an Ophthalmologist. Prepare examination and treatment rooms. Obtain patient history, perform basic and routine vision screening examinations, administer eye medications and assist with minor office procedures. Review the appointment schedule, complete forms, and process records. Clean and maintain ophthalmic instruments. Maintain and stock supplies as needed. Teach proper contact lens care to insure proper insertion and removal and proper sanitary conditions. Confirm accuracy of contact lens and glasses deliveries and dispense according to physician direction and patient preference. Requirements Licensure / Certification / Registration: BLS Provider preferred. American Heart Association or American Red Cross accepted. Education: High School diploma equivalency with 2 years of cumulative experience OR Associate's degree/Technical degree OR 4 years of applicable cumulative job specific experience required. Additional Preferences No additional preferences. Why Join Our Team Ascension Seton, based in Austin, Texas, has provided thousands of associates and caregivers a rewarding career in healthcare since 1902. Ascension Seton operates more than 100 clinical locations in Central Texas and four teaching hospitals, including Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas and Dell Children's Medical Center. Join us and create a career path you will love. Ascension is a leading non-profit, faith-based national health system made up of over 150,000 associates and 2,600 sites of care, including more than 140 hospitals and 40 senior living communities in 19 states. Our Mission, Vision and Values encompass everything we do at Ascension. Every associate is empowered to give back, volunteer and make a positive impact in their community. Ascension careers are more than jobs; they are opportunities to enhance your life and the lives of the people around you. Equal Employment Opportunity Employer Ascension will provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all associates and applicants for employment regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, gender, sexual orientation, gender identification or expression, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, genetic information, carrier status or any other legally protected status or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. For further information, view the EEO Know Your Rights (English) poster or EEO Know Your Rights (Spanish) poster. Pay Non-Discrimination Notice Please note that Ascension will make an offer of employment only to individuals who have applied for a position using our official application. Be on alert for possible fraudulent offers of employment. Ascension will not solicit money or banking information from applicants. This Ministry does not participate in E-Verify and therefore cannot employ STEM OPT candidates.Licensure / Certification / Registration: BLS Provider preferred. American Heart Association or American Red Cross accepted. Education: High School diploma equivalency with 2 years of cumulative experience OR Associate's degree/Technical degree OR 4 years of applicable cumulative job specific experience required.
Perform basic patient care and ophthalmic testing procedures as directed by an Ophthalmologist. Prepare examination and treatment rooms. Obtain patient history, perform basic and routine vision screening examinations, administer eye medications and assist with minor office procedures. Review the appointment schedule, complete forms, and process records. Clean and maintain ophthalmic instruments. Maintain and stock supplies as needed. Teach proper contact lens care to insure proper insertion and removal and proper sanitary conditions. Confirm accuracy of contact lens and glasses deliveries and dispense according to physician direction and patient preference.
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