Job ID 27607
An ophthalmologist is needed for cataracts, glaucoma, squints, eye traumas, infectious eye diseases, and age-related degenerative diseases. In ophthalmology, patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly. There is a high need for administrative and management abilities. You must have good hand-eye coordination. Everything about the eye’s illnesses, functions, and anatomy is well understood. Strong physics and math skills and excellent organizational, communication, and problem-solving ability are needed.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Ophthalmologists conduct exams and tests to establish the nature of the patient’s visual impairment. They check for diseases, including macular degeneration, glaucoma, and cataracts. Ophthalmologists provide prescriptions if the problem can be addressed with corrective lenses or medicines. Patients with eye injuries may be assessed to see whether surgery is a possibility.
An ophthalmologist uses a laser to operate on a patient’s eyes if surgery is required. An ophthalmologic surgeon can remove cataracts, transplant a cornea, or correct a patient’s nearsightedness. He may also treat tumors or growths on the optic nerve.
Perks and Benefits: Salary Negotiable
Industry Type: Hospital & Clinics
Functional Area: Medical, Health Care
Role: Ophthalmologist Doctor
Employment Type: Full Time/Part-time/Locum