Would you like to decrease your dependency on glasses or contact lenses? This is now an option with the use of premium lifestyle lens implants. Individuals suffering from cataracts previously had only a monofocal lens implant option after surgery. NEW multifocal IOL technology provides multiple ranges of vision: near, intermediate and far, giving you the opportunity to reduce or even eliminate your dependency on glasses!
Did you know there is now advanced testing available for diagnosing macular degeneration? Macular Risk® is a DNA test that identifies genetic markers associated with Macular Degeneration. By analyzing these genetic markers along with smoking history, we can identify who needs more frequent eye examinations and who may benefit from eye vitamins.
Are you seeking clear vision without the hassles of glasses or contact lenses? There are many vision correction options available at Kaufman Eye Institute. Take our Vision Correction Self Test to learn what options are best for you!
The physicians and staff at the Kaufman Eye Institute take great pride in helping less fortunate countries receive the eye care that is much needed. Click here to learn about our most recent medical mission.
Here at the Kaufman Eye Institute we are dedicated to excellence and committed to caring.
Ophthalmic Surgical Coordinator
Responsible for scheduling ophthalmic surgeries. Requires good communication skills, understanding of ins verification & obtaining pre-authorizations. Pre-op testing. Coordinates paper work. Sales exp a +. Individual must be organized, able to multi task & pay close attention to detail. Travel req'd multi location practice. Salary, travel pay + comm. Fax to 813-441-6908 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Patient Service Representative – All locations
Responsibilities are reception oriented to include patient check in/out, insurance verification, payment collection, appointment scheduling, filing and other duties as assigned. The individual should possess excellent communication, customer service and computer skills. The individual must be able to prioritize and balance multiple tasks in a fast paced environment. Knowledge of standard office equipment, health insurance plans and previous physician practice experience required.
Ophthalmic Assistant (COA & COT) – All locations
Obtain comprehensive history, Refract. Assist in minor surgery. Document findings legibly, completely, and correctly. Interact and communicate with designated physicians regarding patient care issues. Individual must be able to prioritize and balance multiple tasks in a fast paced environment.