At Specialty Eye Institute, we believe a great company starts with great people. Our team of nationally known specialists, highly trained technicians, and assistants work hand-in-hand supporting an unmatched medical team. Specialty Eye Institute provides all the training, education, and support you need to succeed and thrive in a career. Specialty Eye Institute offers a full benefit plan including medical, dental, and flex spending accounts as well as a 401k plan to full-time employees. Currently, we have positions open for Ophthalmic Technicians, Ophthalmic Scribes, and Patient Service Representatives.
Blake Woods Surgery Center
Provides planned, skilled nursing care for patients in the critical preoperative, postoperative and operative area of the outpatient surgery process. Provides assessment, patient surveillance and timely administration of physician's orders preparing the patient for surgery. Provides planned, skilled nursing care for patients in the critical postoperative period of the preoperative process. Provides continuous patient surveillance for early recognition and immediate response to medical or surgical complications that may arise in any postoperative patient.
Blake Woods Medical Center is seeking an energetic and dedicated employee to join our team. Job duties include: Preparing the operating field for the procedure and preparing instruments and supplies to perform procedures according to the physician's documented preferred routine for that procedure.
Come join our faced paced office with a positive culture and friendly team!
Specialty Eye Institute
Handling inbound calls and Provide thorough, efficient, and accurate account updates on for each call made or received and update records information about status of customer and status of contact effort. Assists with appointment scheduling activities for all practice centers.
The IT Coordinator ensures that all internal IT needs are met by managing all projects and daily operations within and relating to the Information Systems department of SEI. In addition, the IT Coordinator is responsible for communication and documentation within and from the IT Systems department, as well as performing daily IT tasks, internal application support and training as needed.
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Health Care Administration, or related field and five (5) years responsible administrative experience in patient care environment to include two (2) years supervisory experience.
Background as an ophthalmic tech and strong management experience is preferred.
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant(COA) or higher certification highly preferred.
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