Wisconsin Equine Clinic & Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of a new equine surgery/sports medicine position. This expanding, 100% equine practice is seeking a committed, enthusiastic candidate to join our current team of 8 veterinarians. Our surgical case load consists of both elective and emergency, soft tissue, and orthopedic cases. In addition to surgical duties and outpatient cases, the candidate would be actively involved in the sports medicine caseload both in hospital and in the field. With a diverse and well-educated client base more challenging and rewarding cases are commonly seen.
Interested candidates should have strong communication skills, an energetic attitude, empathy, compassion, and enthusiasm for helping client and patients alike. The candidate would join our established, progressive, creative, and dedicated surgical/sports medicine department. The candidate must be board-certified or board eligible and has completed residency training in large animal surgery.
Our surgical facility has recently been renovated and includes a new surgery suite, induction, and recovery stalls. We have all the cutting-edge equipment and technology including advanced diagnostic imaging (endoscopy, gastroscopy, arthroscopy, DR, US, MRI), in-house laboratory, alternative medicine, podiatry, and regenerative therapies support our hospital, reproductive, and field service case load. Friendly and talented support staff and an internship program help maintain exemplary 24/7, 365 care.
Located in Southeastern WI, between Milwaukee and Madison, just 2 hours north of Chicago, this is a great place to live and raise a family. This is a unique opportunity for both personal and professional growth; we are searching for a long-term addition to our team!
We are committed to offering the highest standards of veterinary medical care with state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and outstanding expertise accompanied by compassion, dedication and respect for our equine patients. Our legacy is to continually improve the horses' welfare and to raise the standards of the veterinary medical profession.