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Associate Veterinarian - North Boulder Companion

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Full-time Associate Veterinarian - North Boulder Companion

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North Boulder Companion Animal Hospital
2750 Glenwood Dr. Suite 9, Boulder, CO, US

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Associate Veterinarian - North Boulder Companion

Join Our Team and Elevate Your Career!

North Boulder Companion Animal Hospital is seeking a dedicated and experienced Veterinarian to become a part of our thriving team. Located in the heart of Boulder, CO, our hospital is known for its commitment to exceptional animal care and our supportive, collaborative environment.

Why North Boulder Companion Animal Hospital?

  • Diverse Practice: We care for dogs, cats, and exotics, providing a wide range of experiences and challenges.
  • Top-Tier Facilities: Equipped with an in-house Abaxis lab, digital radiography, digital dental radiography, laser surgery unit, and cold laser, we offer advanced medical capabilities.
  • Expert Support: Utilize the services of board-certified surgeons and radiologists for specialized care.
  • Established Clientele: Situated in an affluent area with clients who trust and follow our medical recommendations, enabling us to practice the highest level of medicine.

Meet Our Leader

Dr. Sue Patton, our medical director and founder, established North Boulder Companion Animal Hospital in 1993. Under her guidance, we've built a collaborative environment with a well-trained support staff, including certified and soon-to-be-certified veterinary technicians. Our team includes four technicians and ten veterinary assistants, ensuring comprehensive support during appointments and surgeries.

Ideal Candidate

We are looking for a veterinarian with at least two years of experience who:

  • Enjoys seeing appointments and performing soft tissue surgeries and dentistry.
  • Is comfortable treating the occasional exotic pet (approximately 5% of caseload).
  • Values a collaborative and supportive work environment.

Discover Boulder, CO

Boulder is an exceptional place to live and work, ranked as the best city to live in the US in 2021. Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder offers endless outdoor activities such as trail running, hiking, cycling, and rock climbing. Enjoy the vibrant local culture with art, health-focused living, and educational opportunities. Explore the Pearl Street Mall, Boulder Creek, and numerous local breweries. With easy access to Rocky Mountain National Park and Denver, you can enjoy the best of both nature and city life.

Employee Well-being and Benefits

At North Boulder, we prioritize the health and well-being of our employees, offering:

  • Flexible Working Conditions: Encourage a well-rounded work/life balance.
  • Competitive Salary: $125,000 - $140,000 base plus production.
  • Health Insurance: Comprehensive health benefits.
  • Retirement Plan: 401K with company contributions.
  • Paid Time Off: Generous PTO and additional PTO for continuing education.
  • Professional Development: Generous CE allowance and reimbursement for membership dues and license fees.

Apply Today!

If you are passionate about animal care and looking to join a dynamic and growing animal healthcare community, we would love to hear from you! Please email JP Garcia at JGarcia@petvetcarecenters.com to be connected with the hospital.  

Come be a part of a team that values excellence, teamwork, and the joy of veterinary medicine in one of the most beautiful cities in the country!

-JC1

Pay Range
$125,000$140,000 USD

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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