The South West Animal Health Centre (large animal) / Associate Pet Hospital (small animal) are looking for a mixed and/or large animal veterinarian to join our team in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. Swift Current is a small city of eighteen thousand on the prairies of southwest Saskatchewan. These clinics are established, reputable, and growing. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and patient care, and at the same time, strive to provide work-life balance for our employees.
The small animal facility was built last year and has all the equipment necessary to provide excellent companion animal medicine and surgery. The large animal clinic primarily does beef cow/calf work, with some equine, dairy and feedlot work.
The compensation package consists of a competitive base salary, production bonus, on-call stipend, after-hours fees, CE compensation, licensing fees and a group insurance policy (disability, life, dental, health, eyes). Depending on the level of experience of the applicant, this compensation can easily accumulate into a six-figure salary. On-call duties involve two vets being on-call each night, one for large animal and one for small animal (allowing us to have positions available for strictly large or small animal veterinarians). Our veterinarians generally have 1 in 4 call, depending on staffing. There is potential for practice ownership for interested veterinarians. Full-time or part-time applicants would be considered.
Please contact Dr. Sarah Allin ( email@example.com ) or Dr. Glen Griffin ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
About South West Animal Health Centre
The South West Animal Health Centre is a large and growing mixed animal practice located in Southwest Saskatchewan, Canada. It is currently an 8 veterinarian practice. The small and large animal facilities are completely separate buildings.
Swift Current is a small city surrounded by ranch and farm country. The large animal clinic has an extensive beef cow/calf service with an important niche for equine medicine. The majority of equine patients are ranch, rodeo and pleasure horses. Lameness, dentistry, emergency care with a small amount of reproduction make up the case load for the equine practice.