Aston Veterinary Hospital is currently seeking a Part time Veterinarian. This position works as a member of the veterinary team to provide care for animals and customer service for clients and pet owners. A skilled diagnostician for small animals. The ideal candidate will conduct surgical procedures both elective and non-elective.
The Associate veterinarian is an integral member of the healthcare team. Duties and responsibilities include:
Work with the managing veterinarian to establish and implement the policies which allow us to provide excellent customer service and patient care.
Responsible for all medical, surgical and dental procedures performed in the hospital.
Are involved in the evaluation of new products, the implementation of new medical procedures and equipment and the development of new business strategies.
Help to supervise the healthcare team and they must be leaders by following hospital policies and creating a positive work environment.
Supervise and work closely with the veterinary technicians to provide excellent patient care. Develop training programs and continuing education to improve their job skills.
Work with the Client Care Team to improve client communication and satisfaction.
Assist in development of and abide by protocols for computer software accessible and cooperative with the staff while maintaining an appropriate professional relationship with them.
Work to understand the financial goals of the hospital by understanding the principles of veterinary hospital economics.
Help the practice owners and management develop strategies to improve the productivity of the productivity goals for the hospital and strive to attain them.
Help develop programs to attract and retain new clients.
Communicate compassionately and effectively with clients. Present all treatment options and help clients make informed decisions based on the medical facts. Alternative treatment plans must be developed in cases with financial constraints. Always be sensitive to the emotional needs of the clients.
Be an ambassador for the hospital. Participate in community activities which involve pets and veterinary medicine.
Be active in professional organizations which promote veterinary medicine.
Please apply by contacting Kerry Bruni, Practice Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualified candidates will possess:
DVM or VMD degree.
A minimum of three (3) years of practice experience
A current Pennsylvania license
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to conduct comprehensive patient work-ups
Diagnose and treat small animals.
Must perform excellent surgical techniques.
Ability to thoroughly write/record medical information and fully document all patients care for good case management
A proven track record of collaboration and leadership
This position includes regular day, evening, and week-end shifts as well as minimal after hours availability for phone calls. We offer a competitive salary as well as continuing education allowance.
Community Veterinary Partners (CVP) owns and operates veterinary hospitals and is committed to providing world-class treatment and health services to animals. CVP is a family of 30 animal hospitals with a growing presence in six states. CVP offers a fast paced, exciting and true entrepreneurial work environment. The company is backed by Cortec Group, a private equity firm, and continues on an acce...lerated growth path as it builds out its leadership team and operating platform.
Based in New York, NY Cortec Group makes control investments in middle-market specialty healthcare, consumer and business products, distribution and services companies with revenues of $40-$300 million, attractive margins and strong cash flows. Cortec has invested in over 75 companies since 1990.