Busy well-established, full-service mixed animal practice in Jacksonville Florida is seeking an associate DVM. Located in north east Florida, surrounded by many great small towns yet close to a major city and florida beaches, this practice has long-served the community providing exceptional medicinal, surgical and dental care. Our goal is to treat our clients like family while providing the best medical treatment available. Our clientele consists of roughly 90% small animal and 10% large (mainly equine though we do see some goats, rabbits, and pot bellied pigs). Interest in a mixed practice is a plus but not a requirement. We provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures including in-house Idexx lab testing, digital x-ray capabilities, and ultrasound. The candidate can be an experienced veterinarian or a new graduate with a strong foundation and diagnostic skills. Our staff is highly trained and hard working. Salary is negotiable depending on experience. Benefits include: paid vacation, CE allowance, dues, and liability coverage .
Florida license or ability to obtain one in a timely manner
Additional Salary Information: Paid two week vacation/year, CE allowance, liability coverage, possible medical coverage
About Whitehouse Animal Hospital
Whitehouse Animal Hospital is a mixed animal practice comprised of approximately 10% equine and 90% small animal. We also treat a small number of pot belly pigs, rabbits, goats, and other types of pocket pets. We have been established since 2001 and have just gone through a recent remodeling and expansion from 3 exam rooms to 6 as well as enlargement of our treatment area. We have two surgical tables and two dental tables, two anesthesia machines, ultrasound, digital x-ray machine, inhouse Idexx bloodwork machines.It can be very fast paced but we have a solid client base and a great reputation in the community.
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