Hillmount Animal Hospital in Carlisle, Pennsylvania is seeking relief veterinarian services to assist our team!
NO WEEKEND HOURS - Flexible scheduling!
Key Responsibilities: • Diagnose and treat pets with illnesses and injuries • Administer core vaccinations and counsel clients in well pet care • Perform soft tissue surgeries and dentistries • Contribute to making our workplace enjoyable for all: staff, clients, and pets
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree Licensure in good standing in the state of Pennsylvania or ability to get licensure in PA
Requirements: • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree • Licensure in good standing in the state of Pennsylvania or ability to get licensure in PA
Hillmount Animal Hospital is a state-of-the-art facility providing expert medical services for small animals. Established in 1989, Hillmount is a well-known and respected practice that has grown continually each year based on client word of mouth referrals; we are now seeing the third generation of long-term family clients. Our doctor has provided care for their patients and clients for 33 years.
Our clients expect personalized, professional care and our team has responded by becoming the “go-to” practice in the area. We encourage follow-up/recheck evaluation of all cases that are treated. Unlike an emergency hospital practice where there is limited opportunity to assess diagnostic and treatment approaches, as a veterinary practitioner at our hospital, you will have continual opportunities to follow-up with patients that you treat. Our doctors are committed to sharing their long-term expertise with both veterinarians and staff who join our team.
Rarebreed Veterinary Partners is a purpose driven team placing talent first by supporting professionals to thrive in our industry and empowering hospital teams to provide exceptional care for pets and their owners. We pride ourselves on going the extra mile to create exceptional work experiences for our hospital teams. We focus on providing the best culture, tools and support to our hospitals to allow the staff to focus on what they love most, caring for our animal companions.