MENTORED TRAINING FOR NEW GRADS! The Animal Emergency Clinic is looking for an Emergency Veterinarian to join our newly renovated, well-equipped, established hospitals in St. Louis and O'Fallon, MO. We are happy to consider a new graduate and have a mentored training program to support you as you enter emergency medicine. Our highly qualified team delivers compassionate, comprehensive care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are able to focus solely on emergency medicine as we do not offer primary care. With an in house laboratory, digital radiology, fully equipped surgery suites and an on-call radiologist, we are able to provide efficient treatment for any type of emergency. While we primarily see canine and feline patients, on occasion we treat pocket pets as well. Being named, "one of the best places to live", O'Fallon offers a fun, safe family environment with exceptional school districts and activities. With St. Louis only 40 minutes away, there are beautiful walking and biking trails, shops of all kinds, and fun interactive community events. The St. Louis Zoo and Botanical Gardens are a must see! We offer a full range of benefits, including insurance, 401k, CE allowance, and relocation assistance. We recognize that working hard is balanced by time away from the practice to enjoy friends, fun, and time with family. To apply for this position, please contact Amy Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-394-6130??
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Above industry standard.
About Animal Emergency Clinic
The St. Louis Animal Emergency Clinics offer a broad spectrum of services including emergency and critical patient monitoring, radiology, laboratory services, and surgery.Our doctors are trained to provide care for a broad spectrum of presenting problems. Our most common diseases or injuries include: gastroenteritis, parvovirus, gastric dilatation and volvulus, foreign body ingestion, dystocia, pyometra, seizures, back pain or intervertebral disk disease, vestibular disease, lacerations, abscesses, allergic reactions, snake bites, various toxins (including rodenticides, permethrin, drug ingestion, and ethylene glycol), trauma, renal failure, congestive heart failure, feline urinary obstruction, diabetics management, neoplasias, head trauma and coagulopathies.