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Veterinary Ophthalmologist


Full-time Veterinary Ophthalmologist


Animal Eye Guys (Miami Bird Road)
8356 SW 40th Street Suite J, Miami, FL, US


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Veterinary Ophthalmologist

We are currently seeking an ACVO certified veterinarian to complete our team–  We would love to meet you!


About Animal Eye Guys 🐾🏥

Dr. Robert Swinger and his team at Animal Eye Guys teams have provided specialized ophthalmology care and ocular surgery to patients all over South Florida since 2011.  With 7 state-of-the-art hospital locations and a (nearly) full team of ACVO certified veterinarians, we work alongside primary care doctors to provide advanced eye-care that is otherwise not generally accessible.   This position will primarily serve our Miami Gardens location.  (Additional opportunity at Fort Lauderdale location).

About PetVet Care Centers 🐕‍🦺🐐🐈🦘🐇🐎🐄🦜

Animal Eye Guys are among around 70 specialty centers in PetVet’s network of 460+ unique hospitals across the continental United States.  You will find our teams in many different facets of veterinary medicine– from feline-only care, to standard small animal general practice, to exotics, large animal, and equine specialty/ambulatory care.  We aim to empower our doctors to provide exceptional veterinary care through local support networks, continuing education, access to industry-leading health and wellness benefits, and so much more.


What you can expect when you join our team:

💰  Industry-leading compensation packages built to fit your needs

📆  4 shifts per week—No on-call responsibilities!

✌  3 weeks of paid time off

📚  Generous, annual CE allowances– with additional paid time off

🚚  Complimentary­ 3rd party relocation services

💼  Complete health, life, and retirement benefits including company 401k contributions


Our ideal candidate:

🎓  Holds a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree (or ECFVG equivalent) and is in good standing with Florida State Veterinary Board License

👁‍🗨  Completed a formal ophthalmology residency/is recognized as an ACVO Diplomate

📃  Holds (or is eligible for) an active DEA license

🌟  Is as enthusiastic as we are about providing exceptional veterinary care

👩‍🏫  Bonus points for a passion to provide mentorship


Hiring Team:

If you are interested in joining our team or have any questions, please contact Mindy Stalter at






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