Enthusiastic Veterinarian wanted to join a busy thriving small animal practice in Central Nebraska in Buffalo County. DEA license required. Hospital schedule includes surgery 1-2 days morning and patient exams in the morning/ afternoon. Come join this very friendly and engaging team in this busy, small animal practice. Hospital also has a thriving grooming and boarding business. The team is eager to innovate and welcomes change. Hospital has a dedicated staff that has longevity. This is a very experienced team and they are excellent at handling a busy practice. Hospital takes pride in providing a high level of customer service that keeps their client base returning. They have very loyal repeat clients who have been with the practice and its founding DVM for years. The clinic enjoys an excellent reputation in the community. The practice is located in a farming community of 35,000 in central Nebraska with a university, exceptional schools, superb medical community, and a host of recreational and cultural activities. It is about 2/1/2 hours from Omaha on I-80, and the community has been recognized as a "highly desirable place" to live. Hospital offers certified animal chiropractic and acupuncture therapies. The ideal candidate is one who prefers a larger rural location within a wonderful safe community. Highly competitive salary commensurate with experience with comprehensive benefits to include medical, dental, 401(k), paid vacation and much more. To learn more, send resume/CV to Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone at 1-804-733-9900 or 1-877-838-6384.
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