Associate Veterinarian - $125k base + sign-on, strong mentorship, family feel
Eagle's Nest Animal Hospital
Location: King George, Virginia
Type: Full Time
Salary: $125,000 - $250,000
$125k salary to start, 18% production when your $125k is no longer at least 18%.
DVM or equivalent
2 openings available.
Internal Number: 0321
Associate Veterinarian - $125,000 base (average $200k w/production) + $10,000 sign-on bonus, strong mentorship, family feel
New job didn't work out? Want a practice where you are supported, valued, and make more money? Our average associate veterinarian is making over $200k with great benefits. In addition to making a difference in clients' lives, as an ENAH Associate Veterinarian, you will have 6-7 staff members (per vet) to assist you and work amongst a close-knit community of supportive and like-minded teammates. We’re in a brand-new building with entirely separate facilities for felines, 10 exam rooms, and no crazy DC traffic!
Gold standard medicine
4 full-time DVM’s (all-career levels)
Small animal private practice
Mostly canine, feline, small mammal (open to expanding exotics)
59 miles south of Washington DC
See patients via appointments 8:30am – 5:30pm: 4 days/week (no weekend appts./mix of well & sick appts.)
Surgery: 1 fixed day/week
Lunch: 12:00pm -1:30pm (break in appointments during this time)
We are a different kind of animal hospital. We have really nice employees who have a lot of fun at work while at the same time providing excellent customer service and high quality medicine. We've carefully built a culture of team work and positive attitudes. We have a new suite of Heska lab equipment, a recently upgraded fully digital X-ray machine, Doppler ultrasound, electronic records etc. Currently we have more than 7 staff per doctor, which makes everyone more efficient. We recently completed the building of our new 8,500 sq. ft. animal hospital with 10 exam rooms, two surgeries, and essentially a hospital within a hospital for cats. The cats only have to leave the cat area for surgery and X-ray. We only do small animal. There is a local emergency animal hospital which handles nights, weekends and holidays. We do work with animal control and our breeders to do the odd emergency/ c-section but it is only a handful of times a year. Our doctors bring their personal dogs to work almost every, and they are mostly free range around the hospital.