Consider joining our CVP family of hospitals as a Relief Veterinarian!
Gaston Veterinary Hospital & Carolina Cat Clinic in Gastonia, North Carolina is seeking FT/PT Relief Veterinarians!
This relief position is an ideal opportunity for an experienced doctor who seeks the flexibility, balance, and earning potential of relief work at a well established hospital.
We are the oldest practice in Gaston County, serving our community since 1943.
We offer 2 exam rooms in both Gaston Vet and Carolina Cat. Our equipment is shared between both.
We offer a portable ultrasound, digital x-rays and in-house lab
Positive and fun environment with highly skilled tech team
Medical decisions made at the hospital level, in the hands of the people who know their patients best
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
License in good standing with applicable state veterinary board
Preferred 2-4 years, post-DVM/VMD work experience
Excellent Customer Service
General enthusiasm to work in different, even new locations and new people from week to week
About Community Veterinary Partners
Community Veterinary Partners is a family of 100 + animal hospitals brought together to collaborate on the best way to deliver quality care to our patients and a first-rate experience for our clients. We are committed to investing in and partnering with leading hospitals, nurturing and developing the best people and providing support services that are paramount in our industry. Quality of care is always foremost and will forever remain at the hospital level with CVP.
About Gaston Veterinary Hospital & Carolina Cat Clinic
CVP believes our job is to bring joy to families by caring for the pets they love. We know that when veterinary professionals have what they need to thrive, pets thrive too. That’s what CVP is all about: building a community that provides extraordinary care for all its members, no matter how many legs (or wings) they may have. CVP knows what's important to people and making sure they have what they need so they can focus on delivering great care is our priority. At the end of the day, we’re more than just pet people. We’re pet people people.