Medical Assistant Jobs in Rhode Island

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MILFORD/FRANKLIN EYE CARE - Woonsocket, RI
Medical Receptionist For an Ophthalmology practice in Franklin and Milford. Full time, must have good interpersonal and computer skills and be comfortable working in a fast paced environment....
15 days ago
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary - Providence, RI
Under the direct Supervision of the lead ophthalmic technician, chief ophthalmic technician and service manager assists in the processing of patients by performing ophthalmic technical support...
30+ days ago

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