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Ophthalmic Technicians/Scribe

EyeHealth NW continues to grow, and they are looking for qualified ophthalmic technicians to support their doctors and provide quality patient care! They have openings for technicians at their East Portland Clinic, Oregon City Clinic, NW Portland Clinic, Lake Oswego Clinic, and with their Retina Team. Certification as a COA or COT is a plus, though they will train the right candidates who are not certified but have a desire to progress in a healthcare career. Applicants must enjoy helping others and have strong customer service skills. Experience is not required, but it is preferred.


They also have opportunities for Ophthalmic Scribes! If you have experience in an optometric clinic or as a medical assistant, this is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in an ophthalmology practice offering professional growth. Experience is not required, but it is preferred. You must be able to type 60-70 wpm. EyeHealth NW offers an excellent compensation package that includes a competitive base pay, medical/dental insurance, discount on products & services, company-paid Life Insurance and Disability Insurance, generous paid time off, holiday pay, employer-matching 401(k), profit-sharing, and more! Email Luz@ehnpc.com for more information.

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Would you like to spend a week this summer shadowing a physician? MedStaircase has collaborated with medical practices to offer Clinical Education Scholarships. These opportunities pair $1,000 stipends with intimate behind-the-scenes looks at the practice of medicine. We have clinical rotations set up in many different specialties, including pediatrics, family medicine, internal medicine, oncology, orthopedic surgery, anesthesiology, pulmonology, pathology, and urology. To apply, complete this brief Google Form (click image for link) by 11:59pm on Monday, March 21. Winners will be announced on Friday, April 1.


Preference will be given to students who come from historically underrepresented groups in medicine. Students will be assigned to their clinical site based on dates of availability with our best efforts to match your clinical interest. Scholarships will be distributed upon completion of the weeklong clerkship.



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Our very own Shane Hervey participated in this program at Oregon Health & Science University as a medical student, which he found to be highly valuable. OHSU reached out to us in the hopes of connecting with more URiM pre-health students.


The Relational Leadership Institute (RLI) launched at OHSU in 2017 because increasing numbers of colleagues were sharing that they were experiencing a sense of dissatisfaction and burnout in their day-to-day work. The relevance and timeliness of these themes has only progressed during COVID as many our colleagues report that:

  • they are at increasingly high risk of work-related psychological distress and more and more likely to be thinking about leaving healthcare entirely;

  • they felt isolated, and sought a community of supportive peers who were also learning how to be more effective leaders and create a more relational culture in their workplace and on their teams;

  • they noticed a “gap” in leadership practices for building safe and healthy teams, managing conflict, and launching critical innovation projects in an authentically relational and collaborative manner.

Relational Leadership is a human-centered approach to leadership that centers collaboration, psychological safety and equity within our teams and our health system. RLI is a 2-month leadership learning collaborative bringing together a diverse, interprofessional group of health professionals at all stages of training/experience to develop critical Relational Leadership practices.


RLI was co-created by Primary Care Progress (PCP) and OHSU, and is being sponsored by OHSU’s Department of Family Medicine, School of Medicine, and School of Nursing. In 2019, RLI was honored to be named a winner of the ABIM Foundation Trust Practice Challenge, a national initiative to identify and promote innovative and effective approaches to build trust in healthcare.


Evaluation results to date show that more than 80% of RLI participants agreed or strongly agreed that they learned practical skills that they were still using over 6 months after the conclusion of the collaborative.


Health professionals/students of all backgrounds are invited to apply.

Please don't hesitate to contact rli@ohsu.edu with any questions


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RLI Impact Infographic_FINAL
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