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ER Veterinarian with Avian/Exotics interest

MedVet Hilliard is seeking a veterinarian with  interest in Avian and Exotic medicine to join our Emergency Department. The caseload in our ER Department is 20% Avian and Exotics species. The head of our Avian and Exotics Specialty , Dr. Barbara Oglesbee, practices  onsite and is available for after hours consultations. Excellent technical staff support. We are willing to provide training for a  dedicated and motivated individual. New graduates are welcome to apply through our Emergency Clinician Mentorship Program.

Why MedVet?

  •  Founded in 1988, MedVet is one of the largest employee owned and veterinarian led multispecialty and emergency practices in the country. We offer the opportunity to become a shareholder- a rare occurrence in practices today.
  • We have a relatively singular focus to be a leader in emergency and specialty healthcare for pets.
  • Dedication to our mission, strategy and core values of Teamwork, Leadership and Compassion are the priorities of our organization and allow us to deliver true collaborative care and an exceptional experience for patients, clients, referral partners and employees.
  • Opportunities for advancement and leadership are available.
  • MedVet offers a competitive compensation and full benefits package, including health/ dental/vision/life/disability insurance, uniform allowance, 401K and a great signing bonus.
  • Discretionary funds and PLIT coverage are also provided for full-time team members

If interested in learning more about what MedVet has to offer, send a confidential CV to:

Dr. Barbara Lightner Director, Medical Recruiting 

barbara.lightner@medvetforpets.com

direct.  614.506.6288

All candidates must complete an acceptable background check, including references and a pre-employment drug test.

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