North Paw Animal Hospital located in Durham, NC is seeking a Medical Director to join our practice!
North Paw Animal Hospital is located in northern Durham County. This is a suburban area populated by clients that work mainly at Duke and the Research Triangle Park. North Paw Animal Hospital provides primary care to canines and felines, focusing on wellness care and strong client/patient relationships. There are a variety of specialty hospitals in the area for referral such as the Veterinary College at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
Full service small animal hospital offering veterinary services, boarding and drop off services, bathing and grooming.
Modern building with 4 exam rooms, a large treatment area, 3 wards (canine, feline and isolation), surgical suite and 2 dental tables.
Separate canine and feline entrances and waiting areas with 1 exam room exclusively feline and 1 exclusively canine.
AAFP certified feline friendly hospital
Fear Free Certified doctors and staff
In house laboratory capabilities using IDEXX chemistry and CBC analyzer
Digital dental radiography using the Schick system
IM3 dental ultrasonic scaler and high speed drill
Isoflourane gas anesthesia with monitoring equipment including pulse oximetry, blood pressure, ECG, temperature, heart and respiration rate
SCIL CR digital radiography
Monthly film review by a board certified radiologist
Ultrasound offered twice monthly by a mobile radiologist
All emergencies after 6 pm on weekdays and 12 pm on Saturdays are referred to the local emergency hospital
AVImark Veterinary software - paper lite
ABOUT DURHAM COUNTY
Durham, North Carolina is located in the central portion of the state, halfway between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the pristine beaches of North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Both residents and visitors alike enjoy the host of cultural, historical, educational, and natural amenities that Durham has to offer. Our reasonable cost-of-living, first class health care, sports teams, arts, entertainment, shopping options, and an abundance of the natural beauty typical of the Carolina Piedmont all contribute to the high quality of life that “Durhamites” enjoy.