Established in 1977, Shakespeare Veterinary Hospital is a progressive, well-equipped, primarily small animal practice, with a modest number of avian, reptile, and other Exotic patients. Located in Stratford CT, in coastal Fairfield County, we provide passionate pet care through wellness, diagnostic, medical, Surgical, Dental, and other Services.
Our hospital is equipped with the latest in diagnostic and Patient-Monitoring technology, including in-house Laboratory (chemistry, hematology, and urinalysis), microscopy with high-resolution imaging capability, tonometry, digital EKG, high-definition oscillometric blood pressure, SPO2, PVI®, positive pressure ventilation, cryosurgery, Digital Radiography (including Dental), Ultrasound, and video-guided endoscopy. Additionally, we are in close proximity to after-hours Emergency hospitals and referral centers.
Location: 47 Nichols Ave; Stratford, CT 06614-4942
Experience Level: Any experience level considered
Required Education: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or equivalent
Type: Full-time, or Part-time
Description: Shakespeare Veterinary Hospital, PC, a well-established, dynamic, small animal and exotics practice in coastal Fairfield County Connecticut seeks a full-time or part-time associate veterinarian to join our team.
Established in 1977, we are a progressive, well-equipped, primarily small animal practice with a modest number of avian, reptile, and other exotic patients. Located in Stratford Connecticut, in coastal Fairfield County, we provide passionate pet care through wellness, diagnostic, medical, surgical, dental, and other services.
Our hospital is equipped with the latest in diagnostic and patient-monitoring technology, including: in-house laboratory (chemistry, hematology, and urinalysis), microscopy with high-resolution imaging capability, rebound tonometry, digital EKG, high-definition oscillometric blood pressure, SPO2, PVI, positive pressure ventilation, cryosurgery, digital radiography (including dental), ultrasound, and video-guided endoscopy. Additionally, we are in close proximity to after-hours emergency hospitals and referral centers.
This position also affords a strong mentorship opportunity backed by over 40 years of clinical experience.
Desired Skills: The ideal candidate has an interest in general practice, strong surgical skills, and excellent communication skills; maintains high ethical standards, is highly motivated and active in practice development, and appreciates the bond between human beings and their pets.
Benefits: Competitive compensation and benefits are offered to full-time candidates, including: A generous continuing education package, paid time off; licenses, dues, and insurance; staff discount, health and liability insurance, and a 401(k) profit sharing plan. Benefits for part-time employment depend on hours worked. Buy-in and/or buy-out potential may be offered to the right individual following a trial period.
Date Posted: 2017-08-10
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