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General Ophthalmology Practice & Surgical Facility
Fraser Valley Cataract and Laser Centre (FVCL) is a comprehensive ophthalmology practice and surgical facility located in south Surrey, co-founded in 2013 by Dr. Gabriel Chu and Dr. Joseph King. As a state-of-the-art medical and surgical facility, we stay current in diagnostic and surgical procedures and continually endeavor to provide our patients with the highest quality of care. Our staff includes a nationally-recognized team of specialized ophthalmologists who have vast clinical experience in a wide variety of eye surgical services.
We are looking for LPNs to join our facility to work in our cataract operating room.
The candidate MUST have their Peri-operative certificate in addition to enjoying working in a fast-paced environment and have a great ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written.
Ideally, the candidate would have ophthalmology experience although we will provide training.
We operate on a variety of weekdays as well as on Saturdays.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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On behalf of the LPNABC Board of Directors, we are delighted to recognize June Mackie, RN who has taught in LPN programs in B.C. for 22 years. June’s work exemplifies collaboration between RNs and LPNs. Thank you June for your years of dedication to the nursing profession!
LPNABC congratulates the B.C. LPNs, and LPNABC Board members, Brenda Childs, Jennifer Gill and Michael Young who among those named as Canada’s 150 nurses. Congratulations to each of you!