Are you an Emergency Veterinarian looking for an environment that can provide you with challenging medical cases and a skilled, collaborative team?
Virginia Emergency and Specialty Center’s (VESC) is seeking an emergency veterinarian who will be supported by board-certified veterinarians in cardiology, surgery, internal medicine, ophthalmology, oncology, radiology, dermatology as well as an internship program. We offer an on-site I-131 therapy, CT, ultrasound and endoscopy diagnostics.
VESC employees enjoy competitive compensation and a substantial benefits package including health, dental, vision 401(k) and CE. Our management team supports work-life balance, promotes team building and provides professional development.
As an AAHA Accredited Referral Practice of the Year, we need a great professional to join our established services in Richmond, Virginia. We are a two-location 24-hour critical care, emergency and specialty hospital.
Located near the beautiful James River in the heart of Richmond, our recently expanded 14,000 feet facility employs a team of approximately seventy support staff.
Residents of Richmond enjoy boating and fishing on the James River, visiting the beach or the mountains, fine dining, microbreweries, and more. To learn more about VESC visit us at http://www.animal-emergency.com/contact-us/careers/.
We are driven by a mission to provide the very best medicine and services to pets and their owners, while empowering individual growth and advancement within our family of employees. Compassion-First hospitals retain their unique identities and autonomies regarding medical decisions, while benefiting from the opportunity to share knowledge and maximize their resources as part of a dynamic network....
The Compassion-First family of hospitals is comprised of a mix of specialty, emergency, and general medicine hospitals located throughout the United States. We recruit experienced doctors across a wide range of specialties, including minimally-invasive surgery and integrative oncology, and we invest in novel technologies rarely found in veterinary medicine.
Current hospital locations include: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Connecticut, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Colorado, Arizona