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Veterinarian - Cumberland Animal Hospital (TN)

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Full-time Veterinarian - (TN)

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Cumberland Animal Hospital
1975 Lebanon Rd, Lebanon, TN, US

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Veterinarian - Cumberland Animal Hospital (TN)

 

Join us in providing a comprehensive range of veterinary services at Cumberland Animal Hospital in Lebanon, Tennessee (near Nashville)! Since opening in 2004, our skilled veterinary team has provided high quality care to families and their pets. We are a full service hospital that offers a wide range of services from wellness exams and vaccinations, to dental care and internal medicine. Both experienced and developing veterinarians are encouraged to apply.  We are passionate about providing quality mentorship, tailored to each veterinarian's unique needs and interests. 

We are searching for one more veterinarian to round out our collaborative and talented team, which includes 3 veterinarians and a dedicated, skilled support staff. We have a ratio of 1.5 trained assistants per 1 DVM. Most of our client service representatives, veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants have been with us for several years; we are a close-knit and welcoming group.   At Cumberland, we pride ourselves on practicing excellent medicine and providing exceptional patient care and client service to our loyal clientele in a beautiful, updated setting.

What can we offer an experienced veterinarian, in addition to a complete benefits package?

  • Minimum salary of $120,000+
  • No weekends!
  • Flexible schedule of 4 days/week 
  • Sign On Bonus
  • "Experience Life" Bonus
    • Additional non-production based annual bonus aimed at helping you live your best life!  Can be used for childcare, personal development, fitness memberships, travel

Competencies:

  • Clinical Knowledge and Skills: Demonstrate clinical knowledge and skill in examining and  assessing animals. Perform cardiovascular, respiratory, orthopedic, neurological and other  necessary examinations. Diagnosis and prescribe appropriate treatment.
  • Problem-Solving: Ability to develop solutions to challenges relating to the management of a high-quality veterinary hospital.
  • Communication Skills: Demonstrate effective communication of diagnostic and therapeutic options to clients. Display effective communication with internal medical and hospital staff.
  • Professionalism: Work as part of a high-quality, professional veterinary team with the ability to provide and receive appropriate constructive criticism, suggestions, and feedback.
  • Business Acumen: Ability to understand the management and finances of the veterinary hospital practice.
  • Ethics: Knowledge and understanding of ethical principles that guide decisions affecting patients.
  • Commitment to Continuing Education: Commitment to utilize available resources of continuing education and to facilitate learning of others.

Qualifications:

  • Veterinarian degree (DVM) from an accredited college or university.
  • Current State Veterinary License.
  • DEA registration must be obtained and maintained.
  • Experience overseeing Veterinary Technicians and Assistants as well as other hospital or practice staff.
  • Must demonstrate a desire to continue learning in veterinary care and participate in leading staff training.

Position Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • Excellent Communication Skills and the ability to communicate effectively, efficiently, and in a timely manner with all members of the Medical and Hospital staff.
  • Client communication skills, must be able to elicit information, establish rapport, offer explanations with pet owners.
  • Display confidence and reassurance when dealing with pets experiencing severe stress, illness, or pain.
  • May include some climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling.
  • Some tasks involve the periodic performance of moderately physically demanding work.
  • Position does require the ability to lift up to 50 pounds.

 

Lebanon, one of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee, is a great location for families, with a fantastic school system. There are plenty of quality restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options like the Nashville SuperSpeedway and the award-winning Wilson County Fair.  We are less than 30 minutes away from Nashville and commuting by car or train is a breeze!  Lebanon boasts all of the conveniences and amenities of a big city while maintaining a hometown feel and a low cost of living. 

To learn more and be connected to the Cumberland team, contact Leslie Lynette, RVT, CVPM @LLynette@petvetcarecenters.com. We look forward to getting to know you and showing you everything a career with Cumberland Animal Hospital has to offer!

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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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