VERO BEACH, Fla.
- Aug. 26, 2014
-- Paul V. Minotty, MD is pleased to announce that employees Rachel Homer, Gabriela Pouzova, Linsey Stevens, and Amanda Forbing have recently achieved the designation of Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA) by the Joint Commission of Allied Health Professionals (JCAHPO).
JCAHPO certification, at any level, is recognized and respected internationally by physicians, employers, administrators, and other ophthalmic and medical personnel. These staff members have completed an independent study course and passed the COA level examination. COA’s are trained to perform many skilled tasks, and have the knowledge and confidence to provide better patient care. They have demonstrated a high level of commitment to their professional career.
“We are understandably proud of these dedicated, talented staff members for seeking certification in their field. This demonstrated level of expertise with patient care further enhances New Vision Eye Center’s mission of earning trust, one patient at a time,” Dr. Minotty stated.
New Vision Eye Center is located at 1055 37th
Place in Vero Beach, across from Indian River Medical Center. The Center’s team of leading board certified ophthalmologists include Paul V. Minotty, MD, FACS, founder of New Vision Eye Center, Roger J. Meyer, MD, David J. O’Brien, MD, FACS, Stephen M. Tate, MD, and Paul L. Winslow, III, MD. Patients can take advantage of a knowledgeable, caring staff and state-of-the-
art technology and procedures for all of their vision concerns. For more information, call (772)257-8700, (877)MINOTTY (646-6889), or online at NewVisionEyeCenter.com.