Dr. Fadi Calotti
He provides medical and surgical management for a wide spectrum of ophthalmic conditions with a special interest in cataract and refractive surgery, glaucoma, retinal diseases, and oculoplastic surgery.
Dr. Calotti completed his Ophthalmology residency at the prestigious Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan. He graduated with first honors and was honored to be amongst the top ten graduating residents of all training programs of that year. Dr. Calotti also completed his post-residency fellowship training in the field of Neuro-Ophthalmology at Henry Ford Hospital. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. He is a member of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society and the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
In 2007, Dr. Calotti established the Great Lakes Eye Centre in Brantford, Ontario. He maintains hospital privileges at the Brantford General Hospital where he performs the majority of his Eye surgeries. Dr. Calotti also has privileges at the Hamilton Health Sciences and St. Joseph's Hospital in Hamilton.
As an Assistant Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology at McMaster University, Dr. Calotti is involved in teaching Ophthalmology and Family Medicine Residents as well as Medical Students. Dr. Calotti is also a clinical instructor of Optometry at the University of Waterloo and is involved in teaching Optometry students through their Ophthalmology rotation.
From the beginning the Great Lakes Eye Centre has attracted a very special group of individuals to its team. Our shared mission is to deliver the best ocular healthcare possible. Our values include health, joy, balance and education. We are grateful for the opportunity and responsibility of providing the best possible experience to all of our patients on a daily basis.
We have no doubt that when you visit us, you will be impressed with the friendly and professional manner of Dr. Calotti and his dedicated team of assistants. We look forward to seeing you to assess your needs and to help make your experience at the clinic pleasant and your outcome everything that you expected.
Would you like to join our team?
Beyond the innate attributes that are necessary for an individual to become a great scribe; qualities like maturity, professionalism, organizational skills, a strong constitution, a drive to motivate their physician, and the emotional intelligence to navigate the stresses of a surgical office, certain objective qualifications are needed. Foremost among them is a commitment to personal betterment as a scribe, through both time and effort. The demands of clinical support work require ongoing effort and a recognition that real progress will only be made through extensive experience. Prospective scribes will also have to demonstrate the skills necessary to perform efficient and accurate work as well as evidence of a fast typing speed for electronic medical records. Finally, as with any other competitive position, prospective Medical Scribes will need to demonstrate the merits they possess that differentiate them from other applicants. A strong resume, cover letter, transcript, and reference will decide who is best suited to the few positions available.
Aplicants must have medical transcription experience, preferrably in Ophthalmology
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