Wyomissing Animal Hospital (WAH) has been providing for pets in the greater Reading and Wyomissing area for over 20 years! The hospital consists of eight doctors and 50 staff members who are dedicated to providing professional and loving care to all clients and their pets. As an accredited American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), we are recognized for our commitment to meeting the highest quality standards of care – a recognition that only 17% of small animal hospitals achieve in America and Canada!
We are currently seeking an Associate Veterinarian to join our fast-growing client and referral base. Our hospital offers both in-house and outside laboratory capabilities (Idexx), digital radiology, excellent surgical monitoring capabilities, and improved computer software used throughout the hospital.
Candidates must meet the following qualifications:
DVM or VMD degree from an accredited university or equivalent degree
Licensure in good standing to practice in the state of Pennsylvania
Accomplished surgical skills preferred
This position consists of day, and evening shifts. We support our veterinarians with superior salary & benefits including health and dental, 401(k), CE allowance, vacation, dues, liability coverage, outstanding practice teams, and an outstanding atmosphere to practice!!
About Wyomissing Animal Hospital
Wyomissing Animal Hospital has provided superior veterinary care for small animals for more than twenty years. Founded by Dr. Boyd Wagner and Dr. John Hampson, the AHAA accredited hospital now has eight doctors and over 50 staff members who are dedicated to providing professional and loving care to all of our patients.
At Wyomissing Animal Hospital, we provide both wellness care and medical treatment for your animals. Communication with our clients is a top priority as we focus on giving our patients the very best veterinary care. We provide our clients with accurate information about each pet's medical condition, and offer many options for treatment.
Our mission is to provide the highest quality care to maintain and improve the quality of life of those animals that so richly improve ours; to control their pain, treat their maladies, heal their injuries, comfort their spirits, and to keep them healthy, happy and safe.
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