Associate Veterinarian - Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Type: Full Time
Salary: $135, 421.00 - $160, 051.00
Dependent on experience
DVM or equivalent
2 openings available.
A rapidly growing, state of the art, privately-owned small animal general practice looking for an energetic full time or part time associate. The associate's duties would be in small animal veterinary medicine in our 1400 square foot hospital. Our practice thirteen years old. A computerized medical record system and a complete support staff are already in place. In house hematology, chemistry, urinalysis, digital radiology, ultrasound, thermal imaging, therapy laser, digital radiographs and cytology are all available and at the associate's fingertips. Daily duties would include both wellness and sick, injured medicine with a full and varied schedule. Surgery time would be scheduled based on interest and experience. The schedule would consist of a 35–40-hour work week. No after-hours emergency duties are required. Salary is negotiable. A full benefit package including health, vision, and dental insurance, CE and malpractice insurance, and paid vacation time as well as other compensation can be discussed during working interview. We are a high-end Veterinary practice which allows for Dr.s to get to the bottom of even the most complex or simple cases intern provides our patients and clients the best care. We offer longer appointment slots of 45 minutes or more for annuals and sick appointments so that we can provide the time for more through diagnostics and client education. We are well loved by our clientele, have strong community ties and strive to create a positive and friendly space for employees, clients and patients alike. We look forward to meeting you.
A positive, motivated person with a Valid PA Veterinary license
We are currently seeking two full-time or part-time associate veterinarian to join our growing small animal practice in Philadelphia. As part of our committed team you will have the opportunity to utilize your experience, skill, and expertise to help us provide a high level of quality care to our community. A positive attitude, excellent bedside manner, interpersonal/communication skills and compassion are a must. Candidate must have a degree from an accredited university and an active license to practice in Pennsylvania.