Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
Part time or full time associate veterinarian sought for long-established AAHA accredited 2 doctor companion and avian/small mammal animal hospital in Rockland County, New York. The hospital is recently renovated, well-equiped with ultrasound, digital radiography, in-house lab and more. Superb, congenial support staff, all of whom are Fear Free(R) Certified, practice is working toward Fear Free(R) Hospital Certification. We offer benefits including CE, license, dues, health insurance and retirement. Flexible hours. No after emergency coverage required, as this is covered by a local emergency group. Centrally located 30 minutes north of Manhattan, 7 miles from the Tappan Zee Bridge, and in close proximity to Harriman State Park.
New York State License required.
Highly motivated individual.
Candidate must be committed to providing the highest quality veterinary care to patients and clients.
Internal Number: 06272018
About County Animal Hospital
County Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital providing medical, surgical, dental, behavioral care and boarding. We strive to provide a welcoming, compassionate and fear free environment for our patients and their owners. Our goals are to provide the best possible care and to help foster the bond between people and their pets.
We emphasize pet owner education and disease prevention through selective and thoughtful vaccination, parasite prevention as well as nutritional and behavioral counseling.
We are committed to continuing education and advancement in veterinary medicine and technology. Our doctors and licensed technicians regularly attend conferences and other educational opportunities. County Animal Hospital is an internship site for the Mercy College Veterinary Technology program. The hospital is certified by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and Dr. Robert Weiner is a diplomate and board certified in canine and feline medicine and surgery by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP). ABVP requires diplomates to recertify by rigorous examination every 10 years.