The Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine (CBEAM) in Bothell, WA is looking for a motivated evening/overnight Veterinarian to join our team.
Our high volume, 100% exotic animal practice in the Seattle area is expanding hours of operation into the evenings. We are committed to providing cutting edge emergency and routine medical care to our patients, and are moving towards a 24 hour service. Our team of associate veterinarians, veterinary interns, licensed technicians, assistants, and receptionists are all focused on providing excellent patient care and positive client experiences in a collegiate atmosphere. We offer full medical and surgical care, ranging from routine annual examinations to emergency and critical care on an as-needed basis. We are the only dedicated exotic animal hospital offering 24 hour on-call emergency services in Western Washington. Our caseload is approximately 50% small mammal/27% avian/21% reptile and amphibian/2% other (fish, swine, goats, invertebrates, etc.). We treat all types of animals except for dogs, domestic cats, horses and cows.
CBEAM is well-appointed with the latest equipment available to exotic animal medicine:
2 surgical suites
full dental unit with digital dental radiography
specialized small mammal dentistry equipment
Storz flexible and rigid endoscopy suite
full in-house laboratory
high-definition digital radiology
digital ultrasonography with doppler
full surgical monitoring
Force Triad Ligasure system
Ellman radiosurgical unit
cold laser, and more.
We have strong relationships with local specialists and collaborate regularly to provide advanced veterinary care (clinical pathology, radiology, cardiology, oncology, surgery, dermatology, and ophthalmology).
Our hospital is located in a beautiful, state-of-the-art, 7000 sq. ft. building with 5 exam rooms
About Bothell, WA:
Bothell, considered part of the Seattle, Metro Area, is located just 10 miles north of Seattle. Resting on the northern edge of Lake Washington, Bothell is the perfect jumping off point for wine tasting in Woodinville, hiking in the Cascade Mountains or exploring the beauty and excitement of the greater Puget Sound area. The hospital itself is surrounded by protected wetlands.