The Animal Emergency Center of Sandy Springs is looking for part-time emergency doctor help which could lead into full-time. We are looking for help in the evenings around 6 PM until 11 PM Monday through Friday and during the daytime hours on weekends such as 1 PM until nine or 10 PM. The applicant could also just work 2-3 shifts per week if you only wanted a few part-time hours. The applicant will also be working alongside an experienced emergency doctor.
The hospital is owned and operated by a board-certified Emergency and Critical Care specialist (DeWayne Biddle, DVM, DACVECC)
We have the latest digital radiology equipment as well as a new ultrasound (MindRay). Other equipment includes: Snyder intensive care oxygen unit, blood gas, chemistry and complete blood count equipment, EKG etc. Our radiographs are read by a board-certified radiologist.
The job includes working with our experience technicians to bring in emergencies and do full work up’s and start a therapy plan including surgery as needed. Typical surgeries which we commonly do are: gastrointestinal foreign body removal, Cesarean sections, GDV, laceration repairs, etc.
You would be working with a second doctor which can be very helpful especially if you don’t do many surgeries at this time.
Medical records are typed using DVMax software. We take pride in our client satisfaction and will communicate often with them. Records are usually emailed to the owner and to the primary care vet.
We are open Monday - Thursday from 6pm -8am. Then open Friday 6pm all during the weekend and closing Monday 8am.
About Animal Emergency Center of Sandy Springs
We are looking for a part-time emergency vet (may be full time hours) with no over night shifts. If a shift is Monday thru Friday, the work hours would be 6pm until 11pm or midnight. The weekend shifts vary - Sat is around 1pm until 7 or 4pm until 10pm. Sunday shifts also vary - can be 9am- 3pm or 4pm-11pm or all day.
All shifts will be working along side a seasoned emergency doctor. Dr Biddle is there Sat and Sunday and is board certified in Emergency & Critical care (DACVECC).