Surgical Technologist, Rain Frost, aces her JCAHPO Certified Ophthalmic
Rain Frost recently earned her Certified Ophthalmic Assistant credentials, … in addition to completing her training and WA State registration as a surgical technologist. …all in 2013, and all with a smile!
There is considerable evidence that certified ophthalmic assistants, technicians, and technologists increase productivity, patient satisfaction, and practice efficiency. The dedication of working-staff to pursue certification after employment demonstrates the enthusiasm people like Rain have for our patients!
Rain earned her Medical Assistant Degree (MA) prior to joining The Harman Eye Clinic. But her desire to further her education and skills has been relentless.
When one of our scrub techs relocated to eastern Washington, Rain accepted the opportunity to enter an intense training program to meet the requirements of the position. This training focused on surgical technique; sterile handling of instruments, intra-operative assistance, and infection control technique. A surgical technologist, commonly known as a scrub tech, works alongside the surgeon and registered nurse during cataract surgery, lid surgery and other laser surgeries performed here at The Harman Eye Clinic.
She has found that she possesses great agility in this field to the delight of her team! But she did not stop there.
Rain had been ready to sit for the COA exam as a clinic certified ophthalmic assistant. Instead of leaving that degree behind, she recently sat and earned this certification also! Rain Frost represents the high caliber of our team members who are committed to the extraordinary care of our patients, staff and surgeons.
Rain Frost, we salute you!!
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