Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University
Internal Number: 4
Lee Eye Center was built from the ground up in 2012 and since then has grown to five locations throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. We have become one of the premier locations for cataract surgery, and we utilize state-of-the-art technology to provide you with the best outcome possible. We offer complete and comprehensive eye care for the entire family. Our compassionate staff make our patients feel welcome and at home as we treat them how we would like to be treated. We want our patients to feel confident that when they choose Lee Eye Center, that they’re working with the most qualified, experienced and caring professionals in our area.
Robust benefit package
Generous paid time off (PTO) creating great work/life balance
An organization focused on People, Passion, Purpose and Progress
High volume practice
Excellent referral base medical community
Multi-specialty collaboration and integration
Mission driven, patient-centered care
Supportive and experienced staff
Opportunities to participate in teaching, research and optimizing access for patients
Provide optometric professional services as set forth by the Vision Professionals Board to patients of Lee Eye Center. The care shall be rendered in a manner consistent with the mission statement of Lee Eye Center. The Optometrist shall also support the practice with guidance from the board of directors as described below.
Primary clinical care and post-surgical care
On call and emergency coverage including hospital consultation where privileges have been granted
Supports the optometric services of the practice such as participation in the co-management program, the optometric newsletter and networking with consulting/referring optometrists
Participates in lecturing at continuing education meetings
Helps provide technical training to staff
Assists in refractive surgery consultations
Serves as preceptor to optometry externs
Leadership and professional development in local and national medical societies
Contributes to strategic planning and initiatives
Participates in community outreach
Adheres to organizational policy and procedure
Adheres to service excellence standards of performance
Communicates effectively and professionally with physicians, co-workers, management and patients
Doctorate of Optometry
Active Pennsylvania License in good standing with the Vision Professionals Board
752 Brookshire Drive Suite B, Hermitage, PA 16148
2 2nd Avenue, Greenville, PA 16125
8:00am – 5:00pm; Monday through Friday
Lee Eye Center conducts a background screening on you upon acceptance of a contingent job offer.
We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.
Parschauer Eye Center was founded in 1946 as “Sandusky Ophthalmology” under the skillful guidance of Dr. James E. Walker, who introduced the practice of ophthalmology to the area. He was joined in practice by Dr. John Parschauer in 1979 and by Dr. Ken Parschauer in 1984, followed by Dr. Eric Dudenhoefer in 2006.
The physicians and staff of Parschauer Eye Center are devoted to providing the highest quality eye care to the patient. We will endeavor to provide the finest personal service in a warm and caring manner. We are committed to listening to the needs of our patients and will strive to fulfill these needs whenever possible.
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