Do you have the desire to join a fantastic connected team in a brand new clinic that has been deeply rooted in it’s neighborhood for 100 years?! Pet Samaritan Clinic is a small animal practice that opened in 1920 in the Kerns neighborhood and will be relocating to a brand new custom built facility- across the street from their original clinic in spring 2019! Pet Samaritan Clinic is nestled nicely amongst many restaurants, shops and parks.
Although they primarily see dogs and cats, they also see poultry and pocket pets. The Pet Samaritan Clinic veterinarians and staff take pride in their family feeling atmosphere while they practice advanced medical care on their patients. Client education is very much a priority as they feel that healthy happy pet homes stem from preventative pet care and informed owners. They love their pets and we love them too!
ABOUT THE HOSPITAL
The new clinic is equipped with multiple treatment tables, 5 exam rooms, a beautiful surgery suite as well as a special procedures room. Pet Samaritan Clinic has a passionate focus for simple and advanced dental care with full mouth radiographs-included in every procedure by professionally trained technician staff.
In-house laboratory capabilities for selected blood chemistries (Vet Test chemistry system), urinalysis and sediments, PCV, TP, fe-leuk, and various ELISA tests run by technicians. Also close association with IDEXX full-service clinical and pathological laboratories.
In-house ECG’s run and interpreted
In- house Endoscopy
Digital Dental Radiography
Iso & Sevo anesthesia, blood pressure monitor and pulse oximeter
The Managing DVM is responsible for creating an environment of teamwork in which quality medicine is delivered.
In partnership with the Hospital Manager, the Managing DVM is responsible for the financial performance of the hospital, preparing operating and capital budgets, and meeting budget expectations. In addition, the Hospital Manager and Managing DVM are responsible for directing staff and the overall management of the practice, under the direction of NVA Divisional Leadership.
Advancing Medical Care
Leading Staff and Practice
Growing the Practice
Skills and Basic Qualifications:
A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree, or equivalent, from an accredited university.
Licensure in good standing to practice in the state in which applicant is to be employed.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills through charting and in appointments with clients.
A commitment to practicing the highest standard of medicine and upholding the veterinary code of ethics.
The ability to delegate responsibility and achieve results with hospital team members.
Capable of quality decision making.
The ability to coach, correct, develops, and motivates Associate DVM’s.
Demonstrates excellent time and task management.
Demonstrates professional and courteous presentation with staff and clients.
Maintains client/patient medical/surgical records and makes certain all necessary logs are kept up-to- date w/assistance from Lead Tech.
Stays current on new medical information and changes to veterinary medicine.