Keota Veterinary Clinic of Keota, IA is looking for a full-time associate veterinarian to add to our 3.5 doctor practice. We are roughly 50/50 mixed animal clinic that mainly sees bovine, canine, feline and porcine. Although a smaller portion, equine, poultry, and small ruminants are a growing part of our clinic. A new hire would have mentoring from our four vets on staff, but allowed to become independent and grow portions of the clientele that interest them. Our clinic uses digital radiography and in-house bloodwork machines.
Roughly 40 hour work week with 1/4 nights and 1/4 weekends on-call for emergencies.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive salary based on experience, At least 14 days paid leave/vacation, Paid health benefits and disability, IRA, New truck with new box, Paid CE, Paid yearly dues for 3 associations, Paid DEA licensure, and Office package (computer, cell phone, etc.)
About Keota Veterinary Clinic
Keota Veterinary Clinic is your small town clinic with several of today's modern technologies. This four doctor practice has close to 100 years of experience and a staff with close to 50 years of experience. These experiences span animals as small as hamsters to animals as large as draft horses. Our clientele are based mainly out of Keokuk and Washington counties, but we see many animals farther out. We have even gone into expanding our animal care into surrounding states. If you have questions, please call 641-636-3888, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message us on Facebook.
Keota has a rich history of veterinary care in the community. The records indicate these doctors starting in the following years: Dr. L.B. Ash in 1902, Dr. L.W. Fitzgerald in 1903, Dr. J.H. Weibel in 1909, Dr. H.B. Morris in 1919, Dr. Speaker in 1950, Dr. Richard Carmichael in 1955, and Dr. Rex Greiner in 1979.
Dr. Richard Carmichael is known for establishing the first embryo transfer facility in the United States. Dr. Carmichael helped create a multi-million dollar industry.