Come join the Veterinary Economics’ award-winning hospital located in Urbana, Ohio, founded by OSU’s very own Dr. Don Sanders! Urbana Veterinary Clinic has an exciting opportunity for an Associate Veterinarian to grow with us as we continue to evolve.
Urbana is a town of 11,000 people and is conveniently located just 40 minutes from Dayton, 1 hour from Columbus, 1½ hours from Cincinnati and just over 2 hours to Indianapolis. Enjoy a low cost of living (with mean home prices just $166,000) and small-town feel, with easy access to the city life.
We are currently looking for a full-time small animal veterinarian that is ready to join a practice that cultivates and encourages associates to follow their professional interests. There are also opportunities to see haul-in livestock, ruminants, and exotics if those are areas of interest. Our doctors enjoy a four-day work week and rotate evenings and weekends with limited after-hour emergencies. Through the use of digital dental radiology, surgical laser, orthopedic plating, Securos cruciate repairs, modern monitoring equipment, and integrated electronic medical records, you will have everything needed to provide exceptional care to your patients. At UVC you will also enjoy an experienced support team, as our practice prides itself on its low turnover of team members- including doctors!
Whether you are a new or experienced graduate, mixed or small animal specific; If you are an energetic, customer-service oriented doctor looking for a great opportunity- we are the choice for you! We offer an attractive compensation and benefit package with a competitive base salary and ProSal production pay to reward your hard work. Interested candidates email resume and cover letter to Colealexander@hotmail.com
State of Ohio Veterinary License is required, as well as the physical ability to perform routine small animal veterinary services.
About Urbana Veterinary Clinic
Urbana Veterinary Clinic has prided itself on meeting the needs of our community since 1974. Believing that to stand still is to fall behind as the world moves forward, we are always looking for ways to improve. My fulltime associate just completed training in veterinary spinal adjustment and offers acupuncture services. A part time associate starting working here in veterinary school. Though she practices herd health full time for a feed company, she still shares 1-2 Saturdays a month with us since “It's fun”. The founding veterinarians quit making farm calls a decade ago but we continue to treat other species on occasion as professional interest. I encourage pursuit of professional interests as a way to grow and evolve.