Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA)?

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) in Madison:
"Good place for eye care in Madison."
Pros: The co-workers I have are very good and hard working people.
Cons: The size of the organization, very large and complex

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA):
Fabulous career! Great benefits to include 401 K, health insurance, vacation time and life insurance. Stable career and always growing and room for advancement. Stable hours, family oriented. Closed on Holidays with pay.

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) in Nashville:
Pros: Very nice doctor.
Cons: Traffic, no leadership.

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) in 80134:
Pros: Helping people. Medical atmosphere.
Cons: Commute is too long. Politics.

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) in Poughkeepsie:
"I love it."
Pros: I love that it's close to home. I work for excellent ophthalmologist.
Cons: I could be paid a bit more. Besides that these of really no bad.

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) in Moorestown:
"Being a COA at SJE."
Pros: I enjoy that my job actually requires intellect and critical thinking. I learn new things on a daily basis and learn how to implement new knowledge in each patient's case.
Cons: My job is extremely stressful. There are an average for 4 doctors on at once with only 9 exam rooms and 5 minute appointment slots. We don't have the staff for the space to accommodate patient's effectively. Aside from carrying out my job duties, the problems that the doctors create with their massive patient volume falls on me to solve as well. I feel overworked and underpaid.

Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) in Berlin:
Pros: The doctor I work for is the kindest person.
Cons: I feel like I do everything from booking to assisting.