North Penn Animal Hospital is a well-established small animal practice seeking an associate veterinarian. Both full-time and part-time applicants will be considered. Interest and/or experience in felines and/or exotics is a plus. Located in the suburbs of Philadelphia, we have a great support staff and enjoy an excellent reputation in our community. We pride ourselves on offering high-quality medicine and customer service, while making lasting connections with our clients. We are a paperless practice equipped with in-house lab, digital radiology, digital dental radiology, endoscopy and ultrasound. We also offer acupuncture, chiropractic care and laser therapy. Candidates must have a compassionate attitude, excellent communication skills and a true desire to provide quality care and education to our clients. We offer competitive wages and benefits. Please send resumes to Info@npah.com. Visit our website at www.npah.com for more information about our hospital.
DVM or equivalent, licensing in Pennsylvania
Additional Salary Information: Open
About North Penn Animal Hospital
North Penn Animal Hospital is a full service, small animal hospital located in Lansdale, PA. Founded by Dr. Joseph Rossi, North Penn Animal Hospital opened its doors in 1996, with a very small staff and a very big dream. Dr. Rossi wanted his practice to be a friendly practice that employed people who cared about the clients as much as their pets. Through genuine dedication and hard work, North Penn Animal Hospital grew at a rapid rate. We continue to hire people with the same aspirations and strong work ethics. At North Penn Animal Hospital, our employees take pride in the quality of service we offer and receive great satisfaction by surpassing our client’s expectations. As we continue to grow, we strive to constantly improve the quality of care and services offered to our clients.
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