Ophthalmic Technician Jobs Arizona*
CURRENT OPENING: Certified Ophthalmic Assistant
If you're a team player, mentally sharp, enthusiastic and
hard working, we'd love to hear from you. If you would consider
joining a practice with high standards such as ours, and
are capable of performing your duties and responsibilities
in a manner that reflects ethical professionalism,
we warmly encourage you to send your resume to:
Fax: (480) 985-2426 — Attention: Becky Farris, Practice Administrator
Becky Farris, Practice Administrator
East Valley Ophthalmology
5620 East Broadway Road
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Interested in a Career at East Valley Ophthalmology?
At East Valley Ophthalmology, we are open to interviewing talented,
experienced individuals who are capable of working within a highly
specialized medical environment, where accuracy and attention to
detail are the norm, and where supporting the best possible outcomes
for our patients takes precedence. Our staff members work and act
together as a team to promote a welcoming and supportive experience
for each and every one of our patients.
Below are general guidelines to positions within our practice.
These are not a complete listing and do not necessarily represent current
job openings. Please for
Ophthalmic Job Descriptions*
Ophthalmic Front Office Associate / Receptionist
Responsibilities: Front office tasks, to include answering phones,
greeting and directing patients, check-in and checkout; setting appointments
coordinated with time allowed for specific conditions and physician
schedules; related administrative tasks including physician referrals
and verifying medical records.
Requirements: Excellent ability to listen effectively and communicate
constructively; a friendly, welcoming personality with neat, well groomed
a firm understanding of time-constraints relative to patient scheduling;
detailed and accurate; an appropriate sense of responsibility toward
patients and practice, solutions-oriented problem solving and follow-through;
respectful of the confidential nature of medical information.
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA)
Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT)
Responsibilities: Ophthalmic technician tasks, to include
implementing appropriate patient flow in coordination with front
office staff; initial patient interview and screening; preliminary
and highly specific eye exams (visual acuity, neutralization of
glasses, history of chief complaint, medical and ophthalmic history,
current medications, review of systems, allergies, family history,
tonometry, refraction, color vision); physician-ordered testing
(OCT, visual field, fundus photos, a-scan); maintenance of ophthalmic
equipment; related ophthalmic tasks as assigned.
Requirements: COA or COT
Certification. Excellent knowledge of the processes involved;
neat, well groomed
appearance; courteous, pleasant manner; able to put patients at
ease and explain physicians' instructions; respectful of the confidential
nature of medical information; well-developed organizational skills
keenly focused toward accuracy and precision; the ability to take
positive initiative both independently and as a team member.
Ophthalmic Medical Biller and Coder
Responsibilities: Medical accounting functions,
to include billing of patients and insurance companies, coding
of insurance and Medicare charges, daily charge entry/posting,
audits, and working accounts receivable; generating daily and
monthly reports of charges and collections.
Requirements: Excellent knowledge of ICD-9 and
CPT coding, with some ophthalmology coding; two years experience
with medical billing, some within an ophthalmology
practice; Certified Professional Coder (CPC), a definite plus.
Ophthalmic Medical Records
Responsibilities: Maintenance and routing
of patient charts, to include filing and specific order of
patient-related materials, generating referral letters, memos
and routing; preparing charts for following-day schedule; ongoing
review of medical records for accuracy and completeness.
Requirements: Top-notch organizational skills, precision
and detail orientation, ease with coordinated efforts as a team
respectful of the confidential nature of medical information, a reasonable
level of manual dexterity, and the ability to
stay keenly focused and follow through.
Ophthalmic Surgical Coordinator
Responsibilities: Surgical liaison tasks, to
include assisting patients with pre-operative preparations for a
smooth, comfortable and successful surgical experience; coordinating
efforts, functions and information between the patient, surgeons,
surgical facility, and primary care physician; confirming accuracy
of surgical information in patient charts and related surgical paperwork.
Requirements: Excellent knowledge of the processes involved,
advanced communication and interpersonal skills; neat, well groomed
organizational skills focused toward accuracy of details; the ability
to function at a high level both independently and as a team member.
Two years of surgery scheduling experience in a medical practice,
ophthalmology experience preferred.
Ophthalmic Jobs Arizona.
East Valley Ophthalmology Hiring Practices
East Valley Ophthalmology will provide you with a positive, friendly
work environment and the level of care and dedication that you
would come to expect from a world class ophthalmic practice. Our
policies on recruiting, hiring, and transferring to other positions
within the practice are designed to provide a fair and equitable
process, resulting in the appropriate match of a staff member's
skills, knowledge, and experience within a given position.
Committed to the principles of excellence,
fairness, and respect for all people,
East Valley Ophthalmology actively values diversity in the workplace,
and seeks to take advantage of the rich backgrounds and abilities
of everyone. We offer all employees an excellent benefit package
to include health insurance, short-term and long-term disability,
life insurance, vacation hours, sick pay, and paid holidays. These
benefits are 100% paid for by the practice after 90 days probationary
Satisfactory reference checks are a condition of employment. All
applicants who have been recommended for hire must complete a criminal
investigation check and drug testing. Based on a job classification's
hiring requirements, some positions may require further background
investigation (motor vehicle, academic, licensure, credit, etc.).
If you have any questions regarding possible employment with East
Valley Ophthalmology, or would like to submit your resume, please
Ophthalmic Jobs Arizona*
* The intent of the job descriptions above is to provide a representative
and level of the types of duties and responsibilities that will
be required of positions given a particular title and shall not
be construed as a declaration of the total specific duties
and responsibilities of any particular position. Employees may
be directed to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically
presented in these descriptions.