Provide comprehensive ophthalmology services in an ambulatory care setting. Contribute to quality assurance, staff development, and other programmatic and clinical functions. Examine, diagnose, and treat diseases and injuries of the eye. Evaluate medical and surgical histories, assess visual and refractive status, measure intraocular pressure, and examine the eye and adnexa. Perform necessary diagnostic procedures and clinical tests. Interpret results, determine treatment plans and discuss with patient. Prescribe and administer various ocular and systematic medications. Direct remedial activities to aid in regaining vision, or to utilize sight remaining, by writing prescriptions for corrective glasses and instructing patient in eye exercises. Maintain admitting privileges and faculty appointments (where appropriate) at a hospital in the area. Perform other functions necessary for the proper care of patients and functioning of the Center.
Qualifications: Board Certified or board eligible Ophthalmologist, graduate of approved medical school, completion of approved residency in Ophthalmology, NYS license and DEA registration. CPR certification and Infection Control Certification. Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.