Associate Veterinarian opportunity with a beautiful hospital in Spokane, WA
Companion Animal Practices North America (CAPNA)
September 12, 2018
Type & Experience Level:
Full Time - Any experience level considered
DVM or equivalent
Millwood Animal Clinic in Spokane, WA is ooking for full-time or part-time associate DVM who is interested in practicing high-quality small companion animal medicine in a collaborative, friendly, fast-paced, growing veterinary practice with an amazing staff. Millwood Animal Clinic is a full service hospital that has been providing compassionate care to pets for over 30 years. Our hospital has a tonopen, panopthalmoscope, digital x-ray, digital dental x-ray, a full in-house laboratory, extensive pharmacy & and orthopedic surgical equipment. We are able to offer a competitive benefits package including medical/dental/vision insurance, 401K with matching %, paid vacation, sick days, paid holidays, liability insurance & competitive salary. We are located in Spokane, Washington known for its four seasons and big city amenities without all the big city hassle or cost of living. Lakes, rivers, and beautiful forests surround our family friendly city, and we are in close driving distance to Seattle, Portland and Missoula.
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We look forward to speaking with you!
About Companion Animal Practices North America (CAPNA)
CAPNA (Companion Animal Practices North America) is a national group of high quality companion animal practices that continue to strive to improve the practice of medicine and surgery which is the key to our lasting success in Veterinary Medicine. CAPNA understands the important role of practice management in assuring the delivery of quality care to patients and excellent service to clients.
CAPNA founders are committed to building financially successful practices that can better meet the needs of the clients and pets they love.The CAPNA business model encourages innovation and ‘operational autonomy’ at the local practice level while delivering efficiencies developed from a centralized shared service department.