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Ophthalmic Medical Technologists

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Ophthalmic medical technologists work in the offices of ophthalmologists. They may work in private or small-group practices, health care centers, or hospitals. There are approximately 125,000 health technologists and technicians in general employed in the United States, according to the Department of Labor. They work in general medical and surgical hospitals, outpatient care centers, physicians' offices, federal organizations, and the offices of other health practitioners.

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