Associate Veterinarian - East Longmeadow Animal Hospital
Do you enjoy a practicing medicine in a collaborative environment, working with colleagues and sharing ideas and support?
Do you enjoy the benefits of highly trained, passionate technicians & support staff that have longevity at a practice?
Is a culture of work hard, play hard and striving for balance in between important to you?
Do you want to be a member of a team that treats each other with respect, like family and have a shared purpose?
Do you possess a desire to continue learning and improving your practice & skills?
Do you love delicious home cooked food served family style at monthly meetings?
If any of these scenarios resonate with you, then we’d love to meet you!!
East Longmeadow Animal Hospital is a small companion animal practice in East Longmeadow, MA. We have been a favorite in our community for over 40 years and are looking to continue our tradition of community rooted medicine with the addition of an associate vet.
We take pride in ongoing education and teambuilding, and are proud of our monthly team meetings featuring teambuilding discussions, training opportunities and most importantly…….delicious food! Our management team, Val & Kara, provide the most delicious meals made with love, wrapped in opportunity to learn and problem solve together.
We would love to show you around our adorable little hospital, filled with character and substance.
Qualifications and Requirements:
State Veterinary License must be in good standing in Massachusetts.
We expect team members to have strong time management skills and can get the work done. We expect team members who can work and communicate effectively with others. We expect you to possess at minimum, basic soft tissue surgical skills and the ability to perform dentals. We expect a desire to continue to build your skills, either through experience or formal training.
AmeriVet’s unique approach to acquisitions allows owners to retain control of the day to day operations of their veterinary practices while maximizing the total proceeds received when they ultimately exit. Our Veterinary Partners benefit from becoming part of a larger team with the ability to leverage operational and industry best practices should they so choose. Staff and customers are completely unaffected by the transition.