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Welcome From Our CEO
Wolfe Eye Clinic is more than just a service; it’s about the blending of efforts of thousands of people who have worked hard to make this organization the success it is today. It is our people who have accomplished our success. Our employees are the best anywhere, and we are excited that you are considering becoming a part of our winning team! As we look toward our future, it is important to us to maintain and enhance the high quality services that we have come to be known for and that our patients deserve. The key to achieving this is our staff; because the truth is, our employees are Wolfe Eye Clinic, and they are our future. They make a difference every day by going the extra mile and touching the lives of so many. We would like to thank you for your interest in our organization and encourage you to consider Wolfe Eye Clinic in your job search.
Kevin L. Swartz, CEO
Our mission at the Wolfe Eye Clinic is to provide excellent health care — bringing together service, technology, value and compassion to help our patients enjoy a better quality of life.
At Wolfe Eye Clinic, we pride ourselves in providing the highest quality patient services possible. However, this goal is only successfully achieved through the efforts of our people. Wolfe Eye Clinic has a reputation for employing some of the most caring, compassionate and talented staff in the medical field, and they exemplify these qualities by going the extra mile for our patients every day. This is important to us, because it comes down to one core principle — patient service is always number one. This is just one of the many values that are instilled in our company and in our culture.
The working environment at Wolfe Eye Clinic is very much a team atmosphere. We encourage and emphasize the importance of working together as a team, as teamwork can greatly enhance and impact the services that we provide our patients. Although not all of us have direct patient contact on a daily basis, we each play a significant role in the patient’s visit. Every position at the Wolfe Eye Clinic is a vital one!
The following list represents the most common positions found throughout the Wolfe Eye Clinic network. It is not all-inclusive, and does not indicate there is an opening in that particular area at this time or in a specific location. Please see our list of open positions for current openings at specific Wolfe Eye Clinic locations.
Ophthalmic Technicians are the first clinical staff to have contact with the patient. They begin the examination process by asking questions regarding the patient’s health and eye history. Based on the medical information from the patient and/or referring doctor, they are responsible for performing the appropriate diagnostic pretests. Our technicians also perform measurements crucial to surgical outcomes and screening tests for diseases such as glaucoma. They measure patient’s vision for corrective lenses and document abnormalities in the eye by photography and ultrasound. It is vital that the information that our ophthalmic technicians gather from our patients is accurate and complete so the physician can assess, diagnose and treat the patient.
Nurses play a vital role on our Wolfe Eye Clinic team. They assist our physicians with clinical visits, laser and minor surgical procedures, and surgical scheduling. Our nurses also have the responsibility of coding the patient’s exam; this involves identifying the level of exam and the procedures performed in order to ensure proper processing. They triage patient phone calls and use assessment skills to determine the patient’s needs and the urgency of the situation. Upon physician diagnosis, our nurses do an extensive amount of patient education regarding the patient’s treatment or surgical procedure. They are there to listen and answer any questions that the patient may have so that the patient fully understands his or her course of treatment.
Receptionists have many different responsibilities and duties at the Wolfe Eye Clinic. Perhaps their most important responsibility is to greet the patients as they arrive for their appointments. Upon check-in, the receptionists verify the patient’s personal information and insurance information. They also create new medical records or prepare existing records prior to a patient’s appointment. Our receptionists spend time on the telephone scheduling appointments and making courtesy reminder phone calls. They are constantly communicating with the physicians, nurses, technicians and phone room staff regarding patient and daily schedules so that unnecessary problems and delays can be prevented.
Registered NurseCedar Falls, IA Waterloo, IA, Marshalltown, IA, Cedar Rapids, IA
Medical ReceptionistCedar Rapids, IA
Pre-Op/Post-Op & PACU Registered Nurses (PRN)West Des Moines, IA
Optician/Optometric AssistantSac City, IA
Ophthalmic Assistant/TechnicianOttumwa, IA, Cedar Rapids, IA, Iowa City, IA
Wolfe Surgery Center DirectorWest Des Moines, IA
Ophthalmic TechnicianAll Locations
Ophthalmic Assistant/Technician/PhotographerCedar Falls, IA, Waterloo, IA, Cedar Rapids, IA
Ophthalmic Assistant/TechnicianCedar Rapids, IA
Registered NurseMarshalltown, IA