Optometrist- San Francisco, California

  • Salary:
    $135,000 - $175,000
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  • Posted:
    8 months ago
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  • Deadline:
    October 10, 2024
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Optometrist- San Francisco, California

We are seeking an Optometrist in the San Francisco Bay area for an Ophthalmology practice.  The ideal candidate will have experience practicing their full scope of care in a collaborative, supportive, and welcoming environment.  With the industry’s most effective breakthrough technology, it’s a state-of-the-art facility fully equipped and staffed with everything you’ll need for a safe, comfortable, and private experience.


Description: Associate Optometrist in California 

  • Possess a Doctor of Optometry degree.
  • A current active license issued by the State Board of Optometry in California
  • Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Practice full scope Optometry
  • Incredible incentives and bonuses
  • 5 Day Work Week, no weekends
  • Updated and state-of-the-art offices with some of the latest technology
  • Technicians to work up all patients with their pre-testing
  • Continuing education allowance, benefits, and more.


The following are some of the responsibilities of the Optometrist: Focusing on Refractive. 

  • Patient examinations within the scope of licensure.
  • Timely interpretation of diagnostic tests ordered with appropriate patient notification.
  • Co-management of the medical/surgical patient, according to state law and the by-laws of the practice.
  • The ideal Optometrist will be responsible for examining,
  • Diagnosing and treating parts of patient conditions affecting their visual system.
  • Typical duties include performing vision tests, diagnosing sight problems,
  • Performing pre-and post-operative refractive
  • Focusing on managing routine and advanced Glaucoma patients, co-management of Glaucoma surgery patients, and more.


If you are an outstanding Optometrist whose primary goal is to provide excellent patient care, we would like to hear from you.