Are you bored of the norm? Is private practice not what you thought it would be? Where is the stimulation? Where is the challenge? A well established and busy small animal general practice located in the east side of downtown Louisville Ky between Nulu and Germantown is presently transitioning ownership/management to a Board Certified Specialist (Diplomate ACVIM & ACVECC) who is presently working the floor seeing cases. Full in house IDEXX lab platform, new esaote ultrasound and soon to be installed CR radiology system. You will have access to boarded specialist with 20 years of referral experience to assist you in seeing general practice cases thru the eyes of a specialist. Seeking a full time and/or part time veterinarians. Recent graduates will be considered. Staff veterinarians will have a standing invitation to attend intern rounds (Journal presentations, topic discussions, morbidity mortality rounds) put on by local board certified specialists at 7 am. Cage side rounds at local referral hospital occur at 8 am following intern rounds.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Practice will pay AVMA, KVMA, & PLIT dues as well as provide health insurance.
If interest, please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience
About Blue Cross Animal Hospital
Since before the Great Depression in the 1930s, Blue Cross Animal Hospital has been around caring for and tending to the cats and dogs of Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville and its metropolitan area is comprised of approximately 1.3 million people. The city is a nice mixture of quiet neighborhoods, vibrant riverfront, growing music/public radio scene and culinary/performing arts all set at a Midwest pace. We have a great ballet, opera, and Kentucky Center for the performing arts. There is a huge culinary scene in Louisville with hip restaurants as well as a growing food truck market. Obviously, the city's most noteworthy event is the Kentucky Derby which spans 2 weeks of fun filled events including the Pegasus parade and Balloon Glow leading up to the actual horse racing of Oaks and Derby. We have several large music festivals per year as well as plenty of outdoor opportunities for hiking, biking, canoeing, etc. Louisville is also only a few hour trip from many other metropolitan areas including Chicago, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cincinnati.