A local client is currently seeking an Associate Veterinarian that is truly passionate about the care and emotional support of both animals and clients. The associate veterinarian is responsible for providing medical care including physical exams, diagnosis and treatment. The associate veterinarian must have a high level of professionalism and patience with clients and their pets while providing excellent care. He/she must be willing to go above and beyond in customer care and give clients options for his/her pet’s care.
Associate Veterinarian Responsibilities:
Builds rapport with clients by gathering information and listening to, and empathizing with their concerns
Performs physical examinations and diagnostic/medical/surgical/dental procedures that deliver the highest quality care while minimizing patient stress and discomfort.
Communicates with clients on topics such as pet diagnosis, treatment plans, preventive health care, and nutritional needs.
Maintains client/patient medical/surgical records and makes certain all necessary logs are kept up-to-date through established protocols.
Stays current on new medical information and changes in veterinary medicine.
Assists in the development of the paraprofessional team to ensure delivery of the highest quality care and exceptional client service.
Presents a positive image of the hospital in the professional community and to the general public.
What the hospital has to offer:
Well above average compensation
Paid Time Off (4 weeks)
Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Professional dues paid for AVMA, CVMA, and AAHA
Professional license fees paid for veterinary license and DEA license
CE allowance of $3000 per fiscal year
Four (4) paid CE days per fiscal year
401(K) retirement plan with employer match
To be considered, please apply with a resume. If you have any other questions or wish to discuss any other Veterinary positions, reach out to Michael Spader with gpac at email@example.com or (605) 705-4818.
Must have a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from an accredited college.
Must hold a current license or have the ability to get one before the start date.
Experience with small animals
Experience in a busy veterinary hospital/clinic preferred.