Associate Veterinarian Full - Time/Part-Time
Acequia Animal Hospital
Acequia Animal Hospital is searching for a Veterinarian to join our two doctor, growing, small animal practice. We are a full-service animal hospital providing comprehensive healthcare services (medical,surgical and dental) to pets. Acequia Animal Hospital is located in North West Albuquerque nestled between the beautiful Sandia Mountains, Rio Grande River Valley and the West Mesa.
At Acequia Animal Hospital you'll enjoy working in a collaborative environment with a professional, caring and skilled staff while building strong bonds with a well established clientele. When you're not working, you'll love the endless recreational opportunities the area has to offer.
We utilize advanced equipment and technologies to provide high quality care, are committed to providing outstanding client relations, and support our team members through continuing education and exposure to new techniques and information. Our facility includes an extensive in-house laboratory, digital radiography, and fully equipped dental and surgery suites.
We are looking to add a full-time veterinarian to our team. This individual must contribute to the positive growth of the team and hospital by practicing a professional and empathetic approach to medicine. In addition, the ideal candidate will demonstrate good record keeping skills and exceptional communication skills with clients and staff.
About Acequia Animal Hospital
Acequia Animal Hospital is a small animal clinic that is designed to take exceptional care of pets. We have a very supportive technical staff that has been here an average of 7 years. It is a caring environment. We work closely with referral hospitals to provide the most advanced medicine and surgery available. We offer great benefits and a 4.25 day work week. No after hour call or evening hours. We are a 2.5 doctor practice with a great support system. We have 2 technicians per doctor which will allow you to practice medicine.
• Perform routine exams and provide preventative care to dogs, cats and small mammals
• Perform surgeries
• Prescribe medications
• Perform dental cleanings
• Provide personalized care for each pet and family
• Positive communication skills
• Ability to work well in a team environment
• Health insurance including vision and dental
• 401K options
• Positive work environment
• Vacation time
• Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), or equivalent from an accredited university
• State Veterinary Board License in good standing