Medical Assistant Gap Year Opportunity in New York City

Accepting applications for a June 2023 start.

This is a clinical internship/mentorship/sponsorship being offered in a private
ophthalmology practice on the Upper East Side of New York City. Our practice
specializes in Laser Vision Correction surgery, and the diagnosis and treatment of dry
eye, meibomian gland dysfunction, blepharitis, ocular rosacea, environmental allergies, and demodex. Our practice is progressive and cutting edge, using state-of-the-art technology.

This position focuses on direct patient care providing unparalleled hands-on medical
experience. Clinical responsibilities include, but are not limited to, taking patient
histories, assisting physician/surgeon with patient examinations and procedures,
documenting medical encounters/scribing, performing diagnostic tests, educating
patients, preparing charts, amongst other tasks. Must be a team player and willing to
perform other functions as needed.

The ideal candidate is smart, intuitive, highly motivated, high energy, mature,
professional, responsible, and dependable.

Ours is a beautiful working environment with fabulous staff and wonderful patients. Dr.
Muller is a three-time board certified, Cornell, Yale and Harvard educated and trained
physician and surgeon. It is with great pleasure that we offer this invaluable clinical gap experience for individuals interested in pursuing careers in the healthcare/medical field. This is also a mentorship/sponsorship program; Dr. Muller will support, advise, promote, and advocate for you as she guides and helps you through your medical school application process.

This is a paid opportunity starting salary of $ 37,500.00/year (which increases with
time), PLUS an end of year bonus, AND a significant graduation gift upon completion of our program.

Please read our practice’s website to become more familiar with the services we offer:

Please send cover letter and your curriculum vitae to

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By Kristin McJunkins
Kristin McJunkins Director, Health Professions Advising & STEM Connect