Part Time or Full Time - Any experience level considered
DVM or equivalent
Great progressive small animal practice looking for outgoing and professional Associate Doctor. Come join our privately owned family veterinary practice in Millerton, NY! We are located in the Hudson Valley, named by National Geographic Travels as one of the top 20 must-see destinations in the world. Our practice is conveniently located 2 hours from New York City, borders Connecticut and is also just a few miles from Western Massachusetts.
We are seeking a full time or part time caring, compassionate and competent Associate Doctor who can bring their best medicine and work in collaboration with our practice owner. Applicants must possess excellent communication and people skills and work well with a team in order to maintain the healthy and happy culture we are proud of. Responsibilities require routine medical, dental and surgical care, treatment plans and a sound diagnostic acumen. We are paper-light full-service hospital including digital x-ray, in-house Lab, ultrasound and therapeutic laser. Our practice owner offers holistic services including Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture as well as Chiropractic services. We appreciate and emphasize wellness and individualized care.
Our ideal candidate will be seeking a long-term position and be willing to be an important contributor towards growing our practice. No emergency or on call service required; we are currently open Monday through Saturday and offer evening hours. We encourage seasoned veterinarians as well as new grads to apply (candidates must be graduates of an AVMA accredited college and be licensed in the New York). Salary commensurate with experience. $2500 sign-on bonus!
About Millerton Veterinary Practice
Our mission at MVP is to educate and guide individuals and families to promote and effect the best quality of life possible for their pets. This can be accomplished through a holistic perspective with consideration of each pet’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.
We look at health and disease on a continuum, involving physical, mental, and emotional aspects, all of which are influenced by diet, exercise and environmental factors. We work with our companion animal patients' families, within the parameters of their own reality (how much time they have, their philosophies about health, what they are able to provide in terms of food and exercise to make positive change).
Our tool box is large and diverse, enabling us to individualize care using western medicine (including diagnostic, surgical, and dental services), supplements, acupuncture, Chinese herbal formulas, chiropractic, nutritional counseling, laser therapy, rehabilitation, and training and behavior modification. We do this always with compassion and patience, treating every pet just as we would our own.