Associate FT or PT veterinarian sought for equine division of five doctor predominantly equine medical service. Position open as of December 2020. Our practice structure is 85% ambulatory equine and 15% companion animal. May consider a split equine/small animal position for the right individual. Client and patient spectrum spans weekend pleasure to professional sport horses. Located in southeastern Wisconsin with 50% practice coverage into northeastern Illinois. Primary focus is on preventative wellness, lameness, and general medicine. Technology progressive with vehicle laptops, field assistants, digital radiograph/ultrasound, endoscopy, shock wave, in house blood analysis, and IRAP capable. Multiple high quality medical/surgical facilities within two hour radius. Experience and an interest in lameness is a plus. Compensation package reflective of experience and skill. New graduates are welcome and encouraged to apply. Our client family demands quality service with strong people and communication skills a must.
We are located in the countryside of Kenosha, Wisconsin adjacent to the Illinois state line. Easy access to the diversity of Milwaukee and Chicago. Schedule designed with lifestyle pursuit of work/life balance. Benefit package includes health insurance, retirement benefits, continuing education allowance and time off, liability insurance, personal time off, and more. Emergency coverage is required, shared, and compensated separately. Vehicle and equipment are supplied.
Valid/current license to practice veterinary medicine in the states of Wisconsin and Illinois with Category II USDA accreditation. Position is full or part time.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is experience based
About Bristol Veterinary Service
Established in 1971, Bristol Veterinary Service S.C. is a six veterinarian practice dedicated to quality health care. We provide service to our client family in both northeastern Illinois (Lake / McHenry counties) and southeastern Wisconsin (Kenosha, Racine and eastern Walworth counties) Services are provided outside of these areas on a case by case basis.