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Assistant Practice and Quality Assurance Manager 

Based in


Who we are

 EHA Clinics is a world-class comprehensive health care service provider located in Nigeria. We aim to bridge the gap between patients and healthcare services in any setting: the clinic, the home, or through innovative online and mobile solutions. All of our clinics are equipped with the latest healthcare technologies, and the most dedicated team of healthcare professionals, providing a unique range of patient-centric services.

Mission Statement

We are on a mission to deliver quality health care that is accessible, effective, and affordable. By leveraging technology and an exceptional team, we provide a superior experience, improved outcomes, and reduced pricing for our individual, family, and business members.

Core Values

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE:  We deliver ever-increasing value and convenience to our customers and ensure they are treated with the utmost respect and service regardless of income or social status.

QUALITY: We strive to improve our customers' health, families, and community. We will continuously improve our quality to provide health care services according to the best available science.

SAFETY: We ensure our staff are trained to perform their duties safely and reduce the spread of infections. Our facilities and processes are designed to ensure maximum safety for our customers.

STAFF ENGAGEMENT: We invest in the well-being, training, and development of our staff.

FINANCIAL STEWARDSHIP: We work to reduce waste and maximize value to our customers, investors, and partners.

Our services:

  • Medical Services
  • Research and Informatics
  • Pharmacy
  • Laboratory & Diagnostics
  • Community Health (REACH Program)
  • Telehealth and Telemedicine


Our mission is to provide comprehensive eye care services that prioritize patient well-being and visual health. Aligned with the organization's broader commitment to enhancing quality of life through accessible healthcare, the Optometry department/eye clinic focuses on delivering high-quality Optometric services, including vision examinations, diagnostic assessments, and vision correction solutions. By integrating cutting-edge technology and evidence-based practices, we aim to ensure optimal visual outcomes for our patients while promoting eye health awareness and education within the community. Our department's objectives are closely aligned with the organization's mission of fostering holistic well-being and empowering individuals to lead healthier lives.

As a crucial member of the Optometry Department, the incumbent in this position plays a pivotal role in advancing our mission by delivering exceptional patient-centered care and contributing to the overall efficacy and efficiency of our clinical operations. Operating at a grade level that demands expertise and proficiency in Optometric practices, the ideal candidate possesses a strong commitment to upholding the highest standards of clinical excellence and patient satisfaction. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for continuous learning and professional development, the incumbent will collaborate closely with interdisciplinary teams to ensure seamless coordination of care and uphold the department's reputation as a leader in comprehensive eye care services.

        Duties & Responsibilities 


  • Examine the eyes of patients of all ages in accordance with the guidelines laid out by the College of Optometrists and the General Optical Council
  • Perform core administrative functions
  • Issue prescriptions for spectacles or contact lenses. Conduct diagnosis and testing using specialist equipment.
  • Fit and check prescribed lenses in order to correct vision defects . Develop and implement the teaching plan utilizing the patient education manual


  • Liaise with other medical practitioners and sometimes share the care of patients with chronic ophthalmic condition
  • Inform and notify staff, including dispensing opticians and store staff of required procedure.
  • Write referral communications to doctors as required in line with legal guidelines. Offer advice and reassurance about vision-related matters
  • Participate in voluntary community health activities to promote, maintain and restore health and prevent diseases.


  • Meet sales targets with regard to selling spectacles & contact lenses
  • Document patient and family education. Assess patient and family readiness and identify learning needs
  • Provide support and recommendations to patients choosing frames and lenses

Targeted  Specialized Knowledge 

  • Possess a Degree in Optometry registered with the Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA) from a recognized institution and must have completed one year National Service (NYSC) or duly exempted.
  • Certified and licensed to work in the state by the Federation of State Boards as an optometrist.
  • Less than 2 years post graduation experience.


EHA Clinics is committed to fair and competitive compensation for its employees. We want our team members in all locations to feel valued for their unique skills, expertise, and talents and remunerated accordingly, so we can attract and retain the best and most passionate people. 

Key Areas of Note 

Keep up to date with relevant medical research, technology, and evidence-based medical practice by attending continuing education courses and professional meetings, reading journals, etc.

Research unusual symptoms and treatment options, through consultation with physicians and other medical specialists.

Key Skills and Attributes

  • Hold Computer literacy
  • Excellent Communication and Customer Service
  • Caring, Compassionate, Dedicated and Professional
  • Working Under Pressure
  • Humane, Empathetic and Supportive Bedside Manner
  • Leadership and Teamwork
  • Problem solving and Initiative
  • Time Management and Organization
  • Attention to Detail

Work Environment 

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate, but can become louder at times due to group discussions or activities. EHA Clinics is a tobacco-free environment.