Job ID 27608
Cataracts, glaucoma, squints, eye traumas, infectious eye diseases, and age-related degenerative eye problems all require the services of an ophthalmologist. Patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly, will be treated by an ophthalmologist. Skills in administration and management are in high demand. Your ability to control your hands and eyes should be exceptional. The diseases, functions, and anatomy of the eye are all well-known. Strong physics and math skills are required, as well as exceptional organizational, communication, and problem-solving talents.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Ophthalmologists perform exams and tests to determine the nature of the patient’s visual impairment. Macular degeneration, glaucoma, and cataracts are among the conditions they screen for. If the issue can be solved with corrective lenses or medications, ophthalmologists provide prescriptions. Patients who have sustained eye injuries may be evaluated to determine whether surgery is a possible option.
If surgery is necessary, an ophthalmologist operates on the patient’s eyes with a laser. Cataracts can be removed, a cornea transplant or a patient’s nearsightedness can be cured by an ophthalmologic surgeon. He/she may also treat visual nerve tumors or growths.
Perks and Benefits: Salary Negotiable
Industry Type: Hospital & Clinics
Functional Area: Medical, Health Care
Role: Ophthalmologist Doctor
Employment Type: Full Time/Part-time/Locum