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Associate Veterinarian

Role

Full-time Associate Veterinarian

Location

Noll Veterinary Hospital
2725 Selma Rd., Springfield, OH, US

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Associate Veterinarian

Noll Veterinary Hospital is seeking a passionate and skilled full-time veterinarian to join our team! As a well-established animal hospital serving the community of Springfield Ohio for over 40 years, we are dedicated to providing high-quality care to our patients and their families. We are prepared to welcome, mentor & support a new graduate or internship trained veterinarian with a variety of cases that go beyond preventative care! You will be challenged daily & grow your skills as as a veterinarian. 

 

What sets us apart:

  • We offer a variety of services in addition to preventative care, including Surgery, Dentistry, Ultrasound, Laser Therapy & Emergency and Critical Care.
  • Our veterinarians have the autonomy to practice with clinical freedom.
  • Our team is made up of passionate and experienced staff members who are dedicated to providing the best possible care for our patients.
  • As a full service animal hospital that welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care, you will see a diverse caseload making every day different and giving a new graduate the chance to quickly build their skills, or an experienced Veterinarian the opportunity to continue to grow. 

Our ideal candidate will have a background in small animal medicine, excellent communication skills, and a passion for providing the highest level of care to our patients. This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to be part of a positive environment and work with a passionate and collaborative team! As a full-time veterinarian, you will have the opportunity to work with a dedicated team of professionals who are committed to the health and well-being of all animals. Our hospital is fully equipped with advanced diagnostic and treatment equipment, allowing us to provide the best possible care to our patients.

 

Springfield, Ohio is a growing city with eclectic eateries, multiple music venues, a large farmers market, local breweries and plenty of options for outdoor adventure. It is also less than 1 hour from both Columbus, and Dayton, and just 90 minutes from Cincinnati.

 

At Noll Veterinary Hospital 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 with company contribution, PTO, Generous CE allowance with additional PTO allotted, reimbursement for membership dues and license fees, and many more discounts and supplemental insurance options!

 

If you are passionate about animal care and want to join a growing and dynamic animal healthcare community, we would love to hear from you! Please email your resume to Lynsey Dolce at ldolce@petvetcarecenters.com or visit petvetcareers.com to learn more.

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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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