SECAH offers a generous compensation and benefits package. A signing bonus is available. This is also an ownership opportunity for the right individual.
Southeast Community Animal Hospital (SECAH) is an AAHA accredited small animal practice located in Greensboro, NC. We are seeking a part time Associate Veterinarian to work 2 to 3 days per week.
SECAH is a well-established veterinary hospital founded in 1991 with a love and compassion for both animals and people as well as a one-of-a-kind family atmosphere that sets us apart from other practices. We have earned the trust of our clients over many years, and our doctors and staff take pride in knowing that we provide excellent pet care to our community. SECAH has a terrific support staff with many employees working in our hospital for 10+ years, in part because they are treated with respect and compensated fairly.
This is a great opportunity for experienced general practice veterinarians, emergency veterinarians who wish to stop working nights and holidays, or for new graduates looking for close mentorship by our highly experienced veterinarians. Our practice has all the "bells and whistles" including in house diagnostic ultrasound. SECAH offers both cardiac and abdominal ultrasound evaluations, allowing our veterinarians to use their skills to provide more timely diagnosis and treatment for their patients.
Providing quality medical and surgical care takes time. It takes time to educate clients, time to work up complicated cases, time to seek new knowledge in continuing education courses, and time to rest away from the practice in order to pursue excellence in our profession. Don't you think it's time for you to practice the way you've always wished you could? Join us.
Interested candidates may contact David Scotton, DVM at 336.674.1002 or email@example.com
Southeast Community Animal Hospital (SECAH) is an AAHA accredited small animal practice located in Greensboro, NC. SECAH is a well-established veterinary hospital founded in 1991. Greensboro is part of the Piedmont Triad (which also includes Winston-Salem and High Point) and is nicknamed the "Gate City" with good reason: It's a short jaunt to and from all the major cities in North Carolina. Spend a day in the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west or head east for a beach weekend. There is no shortage of arts, entertainment, recreation, shopping and restaurants to keep locals busy. Greensboro is home to the region's largest hospital, and it boasts 170 well-kept public parks and gardens. A broad range of neighborhoods offers a diverse array of homes to satisfy different tastes, and a strong sense of community makes North Carolina's third-largest metro area feel like a small town where the residents are neighborly.