Huffard Animal Hospital in Pasadena, Maryland, is eager for a Veterinarian Surgeon to join our team!
***$50k Bonus, Set Schedule, No Overnights, Paid Parental Leave, CE Allowance***
Our hospital is a progressive and advanced small animal general practice located just a few minutes outside Baltimore and Annapolis. We are looking for a doctor to help with our surgical and dental caseload. Our collaborative and compassionate eight-doctor and 55 support staff team are looking for a doctor who shares our same goal of providing a high standard of care!
Our 3,500-square-foot facility has many amenities, including:
nine exam rooms
two complete surgery suites
1 Dental suite (2 tables) and dental x-ray
ICU and a separate Feline ICU
New X-ray unit
Full In-house Lab
Large treatment area to include a pre-op area and kitchen for hospital boarders
We prioritize creating a healthy work environment! Schedules are set several weeks in advance, including rotating weekends. Our team of doctors works together if any schedule changes are needed. There are no overnights or after-hour ER care, and a trained member of our Medical Support Team provides supervision to hospitalized overnight patients, allowing for a limited rotating on-call schedule shared by all our doctors. We maintain a positive work culture day-to-day through our Wall of Positivity, holiday and birthday celebrations, and employee appreciation events!
Competitive Base Salary
Full health insurance
Paid parental leave
Life Insurance to include short- and long-term disability
Liability Insurance (100% Coverage)
401k with a match
Vacation & Sick Time
CE days & allowance
Paid state licenses and professional dues and fees
Veterinary Surgeon Duties & Responsibilities
The duties of a veterinary surgeon in private practice require the ability to do the following work:
Conduct presurgical exams and diagnostic tests.
Use specialized equipment.
Lift and position animals
Perform surgical procedures.
Stand for extended periods.
Supervise post-operative care.
Interact with surgical veterinary technicians, primary and emergency vets, support staff, and animal owners.
Prescribe follow-up home care.
You must also be sensitive to the owners’ needs and help them understand their critical role in their animals' recovery.
NVA is a leading global veterinary community of more than 1,400 veterinary hospitals and pet resorts united in the love of animals and the people who love them. Our animal care ecosystem spans the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. Rooted in a culture of compassion, innovation and collaboration, NVA champions each hospital's unique culture and provides the support and opportunities veterinary teams need to deliver exceptional care to pets and their families.