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Associate Veterinarian - Red Hills Veterinary Hospital

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Full-time Associate Veterinarian -

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Red Hills Veterinary Hospital
4340 S Butler-Spaeth Rd Butler-Spaeth Rd, Gillette, WY, US

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Associate Veterinarian - Red Hills Veterinary Hospital

Do you love helping our furry friends while maintaining a fantastic work-life balance? So do we! Red Hills Veterinary Hospital, a rapidly growing and highly reputable hospital, AAHA-accredited practice, is looking for a dedicated and experienced full-time Associate Veterinarian to join our team. While our primary need is for a veterinarian to see small animal patients, those interested in working with exotics, equine, or large animals are highly encouraged to apply!

Why Red Hills Veterinary Hospital?

State-of-the-Art Facility: We recently moved into a brand new 7,000 square foot facility in Gillette, WY. Our hospital boasts 10 exam rooms, a comfort room, a large treatment/ICU area, separate dental and surgical suites, and a large indoor equine treatment area. We also have an outdoor cattle working facility and a portable hydraulic squeeze chute. Our advanced equipment includes an in-house IDEXX lab, Aesculight surgical laser, Companion therapy laser, digital radiography (including dental), ultrasound, and orthopedic surgical equipment.

Prime Location: Nestled in the northeast corner of Wyoming, between the stunning Black Hills National Forest and the Bighorn National Forest, Gillette offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and community living. Enjoy a wealth of outdoor activities while practicing cutting-edge veterinary medicine.

What We Offer:

  • Work-Life Balance: Enjoy a balanced schedule with no on-call hours, a four-day workweek, one evening shift per week, and one weekend shift per month (Saturday and Sunday hours).
  • Six-Figure Earning Potential: Competitive compensation to reward your expertise and dedication.
  • Diverse Caseload: Focus on small animals, large animals, exotics, or a mix – we support your interests!
  • Bonus Packages: Attractive signing, retention, and relocation bonuses to make your transition seamless.
  • Comprehensive Benefits: PTO, CE allowance, 401k, medical/dental/vision insurance, and more.

Why Choose Us?

At Red Hills Veterinary Hospital, we foster a collaborative and supportive environment where your growth and well-being are prioritized. Join a team that values your expertise, encourages continuous learning, and celebrates your successes.

Apply Today!

If you are passionate about animal care and eager to join a dynamic and supportive animal healthcare community, we would love to hear from you! Email JP Garcia at Jgarcia@petvetcarecenters.com to connect with our hospital team.

Experience a fulfilling career at Red Hills Veterinary Hospital – where your passion for animal care meets a balanced and rewarding lifestyle!

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