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Searching for a full or part-time associate veterinarian in the Plymouth area.

Searching for a full or part-time associate veterinarian in the Plymouth area.
Date Posted: September 12, 2023

Northwest Animal Hospital is searching for a full or part-time associate veterinarian to join our experienced and passionate veterinary team. As a privately owned business located in Plymouth, we are able to provide the balance and flexibility needed to enjoy being a veterinarian and have a life outside work.

Our hospital is open Monday-Friday and closed on weekends. Start work in the morning with a hot cup of coffee at 8:30 and leave on time every evening at 5:00. Have time to go to the gym in the morning or drop the kids off at school. Leave work at work and spend your evenings enjoying family and friends. We have worked hard to create a drama free work environment where we can laugh every day and do what we love. Our patients and clients become friends and we feel appreciated as veterinary professionals.

We follow AAHA Guidelines, and our hospital is equipped with all of the tools needed to practice at the highest standard of care.  This position does not require an interest in surgery or dentistry. The position includes competitive salary, PTO, quarterly bonuses, CE allowance, paid dues, and a uniform allowance.

Additional Details

Clinic Name: Northwest Animal Hospital
Street Address: 2045 Merrimac Lane North
City: Plymouth
State: Minnesota
ZIP: 55447
Contact First Name: Melissa
Contact Last Name: Weber
Email: mweber@veterinaryha.org
Contact Phone: 6512873323
Minimum Education Required: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Minimum Experience: Open to all levels of experience
Benefits: PTO, Uniform Allowance, Continuing Education, Professional Dues
Position Available: Associate DVM
Hourly/Salary Range: Competitive Salary
Contract? No
Designation: Full or Part Time
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