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Become a Navigator

The time a doctor spends with a patient is brief. And, many times, patients don’t know what questions to ask until much later.

Doctors need someone they can rely on to lead the way for patients through their next steps after a cataract diagnosis. Patients need that, too. That’s where Navigators step in.

What is a Navigator?

Navigators are compassionate educators who add the human approach we all crave, especially when facing surgery. They help patients understand their options throughout the cataract surgery process. They have four goals:

Ensure a terrific patient experience

Educate patients so they’re confident they understand their options

Represent your practice using your preferred talking points

Maintain confidentiality

Cataract patient having a video call with a Navigator

Who can be a Navigator?

We’re building a team that loves ophthalmology, embraces the education process, and welcomes a variety of patients. Sound like you? Fill out our contact form so we can talk more!

Our ideal Navigator already works in eye care and is ready for a new challenge. Our team includes certified ophthalmic assistants, optometrists, and a variety of other eye care professionals. We will provide training and mentoring as you transition into your new role.

Why become a Navigator?

Choose your schedule

Work from anywhere

Rewarding patient relationships

Full and part-time opportunities

A team that supports one another

Join our team

Should you join us? Let’s find out! Fill out our application form and, if you’re a fit, our hiring coordinator will email you to schedule a brief Zoom call.