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Ophthalmic Personnel Training Program

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The OSU Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences is looking to train motivated, ethical, career-seeking, caring, bright people in a newly established 12-week ophthalmic assistant training program. No experience in the medical field is necessary, however, admission is competitive. We will offer part-time training to prepare you for a dynamic career in this exciting field. At the end of the academic and skill-based training period, we would expect to offer permanent full-time employment to those who successfully complete the program.

To learn more about a career in this dynamic field, please visit the website for The International Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology, a non-profit organization that offers education and certification for eye care excellence

Shelly G. Jain, MD - Ophthalmic Personnel Training Program Lead Physician

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