Fairfield Equine Associates, located in southwestern Connecticut an hour outside New York City, seeks an equine surgeon with a strong interest in furthering the development of the surgical caseload in our practice, which is well known for its leadership in equine sports medicine, surgery, and diagnostic imaging.
With one board certified surgeon currently on staff, we are looking for a collaborative and enthusiastic teammate to contribute to and help support our growing and diverse caseload. The ideal candidate will be a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons or have completed surgical residency training, have a strong desire to provide state-of-the-art care, and be driven to continually improve the standard and quality of equine veterinary practice. You can expect to be provided the support and resources to grow and excel in our practice within a culture focused on teamwork, mentorship, and quality of life.
Founded in 1989, Fairfield Equine has earned national and international recognition for excellence in the care and treatment of the sport horse. We provide both primary ambulatory care and hospital referral services with a team of 13 veterinarians over 3 locations. Our Connecticut-based practice is extremely well-equipped with the resources to excel in case work-up and diagnosis, including but not limited to a lameness exam arena, digital radiography, nuclear scintigraphy, a standing Hallmarq MRI, endoscopy, and digital ultrasound. The surgical facilities include a large surgical suite and 2 induction/recovery stalls. We have a 12-stall main hospital which features 3 treatment areas.
The compensation package for this position includes state licensing fees; AAEP, ACVS, & AVMA membership fees; $3K in CE; fully subsidized health, dental, and vision insurance, PLIT, 401K, and support of your professional goals, work-life balance, and so much more!
Our mission is to provide superior, excellent healthcare for every horse we treat, coupled with exemplary client service.
The overall care and condition of every horse is most important to us, and we treat every individual case in a manner of importance equal to the case before. No two horses are alike, and thus, they are never treated exactly alike. It is important to us to take individual care of every horse we treat, with kindness, compassion, and experience.