Ophthalmic Nurse Resume

There are several types of diseases that affect the vision of eyes. They could either be from birth, due to some accidents, carrying a gene, and related with the age. Some of the common problems associated with eyes are cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and trauma. Patients with eye problems are treated by ophthalmologists, who are helped in the treatment by ophthalmic nurses. These nurses work in ambulatory surgery centers, opthalmology clinics, hospitals, and organizations that provide treatment to visually-impaired people.

Pursuing an opthalmic nurse career is a better option given the increase in the baby boomer population. Besides, continuous exposure to pollution and accidents are also adding to the demand of opthalmic services. If you specialize in treating and nursing people with eye problems, this sample resume is for you.

Ophthalmic Nurse Resume Example

Kate Brosworth
847 Queen's Street
Beverly Hills, CA90210
Email id: b.kate@example.com

Career Objective:

I would like to help patients with eye disorders visiting your hospital by working as an opthalmic nurse and assist physicians in diagnosing and eye surgery.

Summary of Skills:

Work Experience:

Ophthalmic Nurse
Clear Vision Clinic, Beverly Hills, CA
June 2012 - Present

Opthalmic Nurse
St. Xavier's Eye Care Center, Beverly Hills, CA
January 2010 - May 2012



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