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Emergency | Overnight Veterinarian - Animal Medical Center


Full-time Emergency | Overnight Veterinarian -


Animal Medical Center
234 River Rock Blvd, Murfreesboro, TN, US


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Emergency | Overnight Veterinarian - Animal Medical Center

Animal Medical Center in Murfreesboro, Tennessee is a progressive, 24-hour, small animal hospital. We're thrilled to expand our team and welcome an additional Full-Time Overnight Veterinarian.

Joining Animal Medical Center means having the best of both worlds: tackling challenging emergency/urgent care cases while fostering lasting client/patient relationships. Our experienced doctor team enjoys top-notch resources for high-quality medicine, including extensive patient-side diagnostics and skilled support staff. We have dedicated areas for critically ill patients, with plans for a remodel/expansion underway to enhance patient care. Our veterinarians have the autonomy to diagnose and treat cases as they see fit. We prioritize professional, compassionate communication with clients and referring veterinarians, supporting area practices with exceptional service and care. 

Currently we are seeking an Experienced Overnight Veterinarian to add to our team!

We are offering::

  • Min Base Salary of $150K (earning potential over $200K)
  • Pro/Sal Bonus (no negative accrual)
  • Gracious Sign-On
  • Flexible Scheduling opportunities


  • Full coverage health insurance: because even superheroes need a safety net!
  • Vision, Dental and Life insurance options available ($50K life insurance at no cost to employee)
  • 401K with discretionary employer contribution: securing your future while you save the world, one pet at a time.
  • Paid Time Off (PTO): recharge your batteries and come back ready to conquer the veterinary universe!
  • AVMA professional liability insurance: safeguarding against unexpected setbacks
  • Generous Continuing Education (CE) allowance: empowering you to stay at the forefront of veterinary care!
  • Additional PTO for CE: because you *need* a day off to attend training sessions.
  • VIN & Plumbs membership: your secret library to decode the mysteries of veterinary medicine.
  • Reimbursement for memberships and license fees: because investing in your brilliance shouldn't empty your pockets! 
  • Pet care discounts: extending the love to your furry friends
  • Partner discounts: enjoy discounts at Target, Best Buy, AT&T, Disney World and much more!

We put an emphasis on promoting a healthy, well-rounded work-life balance for veterinarians: because even superheroes need time to kick back and enjoy a good belly rub... for themselves!

Murfreesboro, just 30 minutes from downtown Nashville, offers excellent schools, dining, parks, and community activities—ideal for building a career and family. Explore more about Murfreesboro's attractions at and

Contact Leslie Lynette at or apply to meet our team!





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