Is your graduation approaching and you are unsure where the future will take you? Or are you a general practitioner looking to shift your career to the exciting world of ER medicine? We are looking for new grads or those new to ER medicine to join our team of ER doctors. This program offers a strong 5 month structured mentorship program to help advance your clinical skills to gain the confidence and experience to become an efficient, well-rounded veterinarian that practices evidence-based medicine. We are entering our third year of the successful program, and we are excited at the opportunity to have you join us. This is a program suited for someone who has not completed a rotating in internship and is eager to work in the field of ER medicine. Loan assistance is available for long-term contracts.
The Immersion Program is supported by all specialists, on-the-floor clinical mentorship is provided by ER clinicians, and round-the-clock support is provided by three criticalists. The VMC is a 18,000 sq ft hospital (with plans for upcoming expansion) that currently offers 24 hour emergency in addition to Internal Medicine, Surgery, Oncology, Radiology, Cardiology, Nutrition, Anesthesiology and Critical Care. In addition, within the VMC exists CARE, a complementary rehabilitation and pain management center. The Critical Care Service has its own technical team to ensure efficient case management. Attached to the VMC is an IDEXX reference laboratory, which enables accurate test results with a fast turnaround time for hospitalized patients.
Emergency clinicians work 3-4 days shifts per week, most shifts being 10 hours, and have 24/7 support by 3 Criticalists and the rest of the specialty team. They are responsible for working rotating shifts to provide 24hr emergency care to our local pet community. Our schedule provides overlap to ensure you leave at the end of your shift – not hours later. Your personal time is important to us, and want you to work hard while with us, but enjoy your time off to rest, explore hobbies or attend social engagements. The ER doctors are not required to perform major surgeries beyond laceration/wound repair. All major surgeries are performed by the Surgery Service.
Interested applicants should contact Maureen Luschini Hospital Owner through email@example.com or call 315-446-7933.
Syracuse is located in beautiful upstate NY and offers many activities for the outdoor enthusiast (hiking, running, kayaking, swimming, triathlons, snowmobiling, skiing, etc). We are located near the Finger Lakes that boasts beautiful wineries as well as craft beer makers, which complements Syracuse's blossoming culinary scene. We appreciate our staff, and your Wellness is our priority! From monthly massages to week-long appreciation events, we are invested to making our practice a place to join and stay.
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About Veterinary Medical Center of Central NY
The Veterinary Medical Center of Central New York is located in Syracuse, NY, the #1 city to reside in NY according to U.S. News and Worlds Report 2017. Given its proximity to the Finger Lakes, this area boasts a plenitude of year round recreational activities, including hiking, running, kayaking, skiing and snowmobiling. Our hospital is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our 19,000 sq. ft. hospital was opened in December 2006 and features a separate emergency and specialty entrance and lobbies, 10 exam rooms, 1 surgical suite, 1 video-endoscopy room, a mobile ultrasound for ER use, oxygen cages, in-house CBC/Chemistry/Urine analysis,blood gas analyser, CT unit, and digital radiography. In addition, our in-house lab equipment includes a lactatometer, coagulation monitoring (PT/PTT), microscope, and blood typing/crossmatching. We are also fortunate enough to have an on-site regional IDEXX diagnostic reference laboratory. Blood products are available from an in-hospital blood donor program as well as an outside blood bank. Continuous multi-parameter monitoring capabilities include invasive and non-invasive blood pressure, central venous pressure, pulse oximetry, EtCO2 and ECG. ... The emergency staff consists of experienced emergency clinicians, technicians and veterinary assistants whose goal is to provide the best of care to our clients and patients.