Reference Job Code: Optom/NECO
Status: Full Time/Part Time
Our team is looking for talented optometrists to help us expand our practice in Randolph, Massachusetts. You will be an essential member of a team that is committed to delivering exceptional care that improves the health of the patients it serves through prevention, treatment and education. We value individuals who are curious, innovative, dependable, skilled and flexible in their work. In return, we offer our employees a work environment that is positive, fair and provides opportunities to develop professionally.
I. Job Summary
Under limited supervision, the Optometrist will:
- Provide comprehensive, culturally competent eye care services (primary eye care, binocular vision, ocular disease, contact lens, etc.) that meets the standard of care set forth by the American Optometric Association
- Perform all administrative components of patient care management, including timely completion of progress notes, consults, referrals, coding and encounters for all patient care activities
- Some Saturday and evening hours are required
II. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The assigned duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Provide excellent customer service to all patients and staff in multi-cultural setting
Provide excellence in eye care that meets the standard of care.
Understands and promotes the mission, vision, and values of the practice both in the work place and in the Randolph community and surrounding areas
Maintain open lines of communication with staff and administration
Must be flexible and adaptable based on practice requirement
All other duties as assigned and needed
The Optometrist must be knowledgeable in primary care optometry, ocular disease management and contact lens care. The Optometrist must understand billing and coding requirements for eye care. The Optometrist must possess strong decision-making skills, highly effective verbal and written communication skills and strong interpersonal skills. The Optometrist must be proficient with computers, information systems and have experience working in an EHR environment.
IV. Education and Experience
This position requires a doctorate in optometry (O.D.) from an accredited school or college of optometry, current TPA certified license to practice Optometry in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, current Massachusetts controlled substance registration and have current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support. The Optometrist must be eligible for Optometric Professional Liability Insurance and eligible to be a Medicare billing provider. Residency training or 3-5 years’ experience required.