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Small or Mixed Animal Veterinarian at AMC in Gillette, WY

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Full-time Small or Mixed Animal Veterinarian at AMC in Gillette, WY

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Animal Medical Center of Wyoming
200 E. Lakeway Rd., Gillette, WY, US

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Small or Mixed Animal Veterinarian at AMC in Gillette, WY

 

Animal Medical Center of Wyoming in Gillette, WY is looking for a full-time small or mixed animal Veterinarian to join our team. 

Animal Medical Center of Wyoming is a full service, mixed animal hospital that cares primarily for dogs and cats, horses, and cows, although we occasionally treat some pocket pets and other large animals (goats, pigs, llamas, donkeys). Our hospital was founded in 1991 by Dr. Darren Lynde and Dr. Marshall Kohr, both Colorado State University grads, with the goal to make a difference in the lives of animals and the people who love them. We have worked hard to build a collaborative team, which helps us provide the best care to every patient. As a staple in the community for 30 years, we are very passionate about giving back: we proudly support events like 4-H, rodeos, various youth activities, and our local animal shelter. 

Our hospital is fully equipped to treat small and large animals. In our small animal hospital we have six exam rooms, a surgery suite, Sound-Elkin digital radiography, digital dental radiography, and GE Logic digital ultrasound with Doppler. Any images needing further interpretation can be sent out to PetRays. Dentistry is a large portion of our caseload and we practice the gold standard of care. We take full mouth radiographs on every patient and we also send our new veterinarians and technicians to a continuing education course with a board certified dentist for advanced training in dentistry. In our large animal hospital we have an equine exam area with the same ultrasound and radiography as in our small animal hospital, endoscopy, a surgical area for procedures that don’t require intubation, cattle chute, seven stalls in our heated barn, two clinic trucks available for house calls, and an Arthrex ACS and PRP system, which can be used for dogs, too. We went paperless in 2008 and use Cornerstone for our electronic medical records. AMC also has boarding, grooming, cremation services, and a pet food outlet in our building. You can learn more about our hospital at https://gilletteveterinarian.com.

Our ideal candidate enjoys a fast-paced environment, is comfortable working with dogs, cats, horses, and cows, and is a team player. Our hospital could provide mentorship to a new grad, as we have veterinarians with a wide variety of interests and experience, as well as a diverse patient caseload. All of our doctors rotate through weekend and week night on-call shifts, so some on call responsibilities are required. The breakdown of companion animal to large animal is 60% companion animal, 30% equine, and 10% cow/calf. 

Animal Medical Center of Wyoming is located in Gillette, WY. There are so many places to explore in Wyoming and its surrounding states, including the beautiful National Parks and Monuments, like Yellowstone, the Badlands, the Bighorn Mountains, and Devils Tower. Wyoming is also known for its outdoor recreational activities, including snow skiing, snowboarding, hiking, horseback riding, and fishing.

At Animal Medical Center of Wyoming, we take the health and well-being of our employees seriously, offering flexible working conditions and encouraging a well-rounded work/life balance. We offer competitive salary with high earning potential, high quality health, dental, and vision insurance, optional life insurance, disability insurance, 401K, generous CE allowance, reimbursement for membership dues and license fees, and many more discounts and supplemental insurance options! Commitment and relocation bonuses available!

If this sounds like a team you want to be a part of, email Joanne Cloud at jcloud@petvetcarecenters.com to be connected with the hospital team#LI-JC1

 

PetVet Care Centers, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading operators of veterinary hospitals for companion animals. The company operates over 450 hospitals across multiple states and employs over 11,000 people including over 800 veterinarians. Since its inception, PetVet has been structured around a model that is focused on developing a partnership between the hospitals and the company and providing the highest quality medicine and service.

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