DVM or equivalent
Dentistry is the among the fastest growing elements in veterinary medicine and Harborfront Hospital for Animals & Veterinary Dental Solutions in picturesque Spring Lake, Michigan, is searching for a talented, motivated and enthusiastic candidate to learn more about the field while also practicing progressive small animal medicine.
Previous dentistry experience is welcome, however we are happy to mentor the correct candidate and help them progress in this exciting discipline.
VDS — our bustling, referral oral surgery division — offers digital imaging, endodontics, prosthodontics, orthodontics, and advanced oral surgery procedures. Our clientele travels from throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Canada and we are proud to care for many state and local police K-9 officers as well.
HHFA — our small animal practice — offers digital imaging and an on-site laboratory including CBC, serology, urinalysis, coagulopathy, and electrolyte testing capabilities. We are proud of our comprehensive soft tissue surgery department including endoscopy and CO2 laser and complete anesthetic monitoring capabilities.
HHFA and VDS have an outstanding, dedicated team of Licensed Veterinary Nurses and veterinary assistants.
Our veterinarians receive a competitive salary, benefit and education package.
Spring Lake Michigan is a beautiful resort town on the shores of Lake Michigan. It is connected to the larger city of Grand Haven by a drawbridge over the scenic Grand River and is only a short drive to the bustling city of Grand Rapids.
Harborfront Hospital for Animals located in the picturesque village of Spring Lake on the shores of Lake Michigan is a thriving, progressive practice
providing complete small animal medical and surgical services including laser surgery, an on-site laboratory, and grooming.
HHFA is also home to Veterinary Dental Solutions (VDS).
Typical VDS procedures include endodontia, oral fracture repair, orthodontia and crown placement.
Our staff of 13 includes two veterinarians, three veterinary nurses and eight veterinary assistants.