Ophthalmic Technician II
Company: GWU Medical Faculty Associates
Posted on: June 26, 2022
To perform the ophthalmic measurement tests. Assist physicians in
diagnostic, therapeutic and corrective procedures.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. To
perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. - Other duties may be
Qualifications of Intern Technician (as state above)
Perform Humphrey visual field(HVF) and Goldmann visual
Knowledge of ophthalmic terminology
Perform tonometry, visual acuity, pachymetry and lensometry
Take patient medical and ocular history
Perform keratometry, color vision testing and stereo testing
Information of contact lens insertion and removal(teaching the
Apply eye drops and knowledge of ophthalmic medication
Basic knowledge of refraction and ability to measure glasses for
Basic knowledge of ophthalmic instruments for minor procedures
Prepare minor procedure setup, consent patient for procedure
Autorefraction and autokeratometry
Learn how to administer and interpret an Amsler Grid test
Expert knowledge of Refraction and Retinoscopy
Perform Fundus photos, OCT, HRT, IV Florescein Angiogram
Knowledge of IOL Master Calibration
Perform corneal topography
Operates, calibrates and maintains ophthalmic instruments and
Make independent decisions based on different patient cases
Qualify for clinical study certification
All technicians will be involved in learning and teaching in the
High school diploma or an equivalent combination of training and
experience is necessary.
Preferred COA (Certified Ophthalmic Assistant), required to obtain
-within one year of hire.
Prior experience as an ophthalmic tech is necessary.
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