Full-time or part-time associate veterinarian wanted.
Mountain Veterinary Hospital is a full service small animal practice providing conventional medical and surgical treatment for dogs and cats as well as physical therapy, rehabilitation, and alternative medicine.
Alternative medicine includes acupuncture, stem cell/platelet rich plasma therapy, and Chinese herbal medicine. We have an underwater treadmill, two Class IV lasers, digital radiography, ultrasound, and in-house blood chemistry.
We are seeking a fourth doctor for our practice. Our doctors and staff work collaboratively. Two of our doctors have Master’s degrees in education. There is an emphasis on continuing education and staff training. We do pro-bono orthopedic surgeries for the local humane society.
We are frequently complemented by our clientele on our friendly/congenial staff and want to maintain that atmosphere. We are looking for someone who fits our practice philosophy and will want to stay long term.
We offer full medical benefits, retirement plan, CE, malpractice and licenses. There are no after-hours emergencies. Bellingham is a small city with access to ocean and mountains near Vancouver, BC and 90 miles north of Seattle. Visit our website at www.mtnvet.com .
DVM degree and WA state Veterinary License
About MOUNTAIN VETERINARY HOSPITAL
Mountain Veterinary Hospital3413 Mt Baker HwyBellingham, WA 98226(360)592-5113 We are a family owned veterinary clinic and have been providing personalized pet care since 1986. Everyone here takes a great deal of pride in the services we provide for the people and pets of this community.Besides providing conventional surgical and medical treatment for dogs and cats, we also offer alternative treatments including acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, food therapy, massage, stem cell treatment, and therapeutic laser. We also have a full service boarding facility for dogs and cats.Beyond providing pet care, we are supporters of a number of community organizations, and in 2011 installed an array of 45 solar panels, which provides most of our electricity. Just as we take seriously our responsibility for the health of your pet, we also take seriously our role as residents of this community, and of this planet.