An Ophthalmic Assistant is a person who works with an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) to provide patient care by performing many different eye-related clinical functions. This training will prepare you to care for patients by taking histories, performing various procedures and tests, and preparing patients to see the doctor. Training consists of both classroom and supervised clinical instruction. Students must meet with a career program specialist prior to enrollment.
Total Cost: $1,500
(cost does not include books)
V0101 | 200 Hours | $1,500
Sect 48 | Sept 24 – March 5 | T/TH | 6:00 PM -9:30 PM
For more details, please see the attached informational flyer.