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Brockton Hospital Ophthalmic Technician in Brockton, Massachusetts

Signature Healthcare is Southeastern Massachusetts’ premier local provider of quality, personalized medical services. We are comprised of the award-winning not-for-profit Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital; Signature Medical Group (SMG), a multi-specialty physician group of more than 150 physicians practicing in 18 ambulatory locations. We believe our distinctive Signature Healthcare team approach is the way healthcare should be: medical professionals across many locations communicating and collaborating, taking advantage of technologies and resources to make a difference in the lives and health of our patients.

Are you an Ophthalmic Technician who is seeking new opportunities to work for a growing Optometric/Ophthalmology practice? Do you enjoy working with patients? Are you passionate about what you do and want to make a difference? Eye Services is looking for skilled Ophthalmic Technicians seeking to advance their skill set and career. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing practice and be a part of an amazing team!

Position Summary:

Our group consists of 4 Optometrists and 3 Ophthalmologists. We are a medically based practice that offers diverse services from comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fittings to cataract surgery. We provide services for Medical exams including fluorescein angiography using the Optos machine, eye injections, and laser treatment. We service the South Shore area with 2 locations on the east and west side of Brockton. working under the direction of the Practice Manager and Lead Technician, with the physician’s oversight, assists in the processing of patients by performing ophthalmic technical and administrative support services

Location: 179 Quincy St, Brockton, MA

Department: Eye Services

This is a full-time 40 hour/week position

Responsibilities: ·Performs Ophthalmic testing for the physician including: Tonometry, Refractometry, OCT, Visual Fields, Pachymetry, peritometry lensometry, auto refractions, fundus photography, and patient work ups. ·Calculate diagnostic data: K readings, refraction, visual fields ·Document patient history; perform visual acuity and glaucoma tests. ·Prepares instruments for in office procedures. ·Enter data into the EMR during patient work ups. ·Assist surgeons in the office during procedures. ·Provide post-op progress reports to the surgeons · Monitor and maintain inventory of all medications, medical supplies and printed material needed for clinic. · Maintain and monitor clinic equipment

· Share responsibility for actively maintaining "workload items" for clinical and support buckets


  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization may exist.

  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

  • Must be able to reasonably make appropriate judgment in communications and actions with patients, physicians, other associates, outside agencies, and vendors


  • Education: High School diploma or equivalent. Ophthalmic Technician with COA or COT certification preferred

  • Experience (Type & Length) : Previous Ophthalmic/Optometric experience preferred.

  • Certification/Licensure: Certified MA or other applicable certification

  • Software/Hardware: Proficiency in basic computer operating systems and technology

  • Other: Knowledge of Medical terminology and pharmacology ideal.