Optometric Technician Jobs in Kansas City, MO

These eye care professionals perform a variety of tasks to assist the optometrist in vision assessment and corrective procedures. An optometric technician’s job description may also involve recording patient medical histories and preparing patients for eye exams as well as assisting with eye exercises and vision therapy.

The median salary for an optometric technician is $29,382 according to Payscale, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects faster than average job growth for medical assistants in general at 15%+ through 2026.

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Eye Care Partners - Olathe, KS (19 miles from Kansas City, MO)
An Optometric Technician is a valuable asset to an Optometrist as they assist in providing excellent patient care to the patients during their visit....
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