Omak,WA. Full-time mixed animal veterinarian wanted.We need a third doctor to better serve our clients and community. Pay DOE plus 25% of personal gross production over $25,000.00 per month. New grads welcome ! We are happy to mentor a new doctor, skip the internship and work for us getting the same support & mentorship for better pay and build a practice you can enjoy for a life time, we would like to talk to you. If you are an experienced doctor, looking to have more time with your patients and clients, and enjoys the variety a rural practice has to offer, we would like to talk to you. We currently see 85% small animal with some exotics mixed in and 15% equine/large animals. Alpine Veterinary Clinic strives to set itself apart by providing reliable, personal, high-quality service.Being established in 1977 our reputation for quality care draws clients from fifty mile radius. We practice 21st century medicine in a rural setting.Our equipment list while continually upgraded includes a Sonisite portable ultrasound, portable digital X-ray, equine power float, Dentalaire dental station, LED surgical lamps, in-house blood lab and a fully stocked vet truck for on farm service. WSVMA & AVMA dues, licensing fees, and mandatory continuing education costs are covered. You will be encouraged to take the time to know your clients and patients.You will be supported by a well equipped, dedicated, caring staff in a community that offers the small town life and the chance to make a difference.We also offer boundless opportunity for hiking, hunting, fishing, and the other outdoor recreations we love and enjoy in the inland northwest. If interested contact Alpine Veterinary Clinic P.L.L.C., e-mail email@example.com or call (509)-826-5882
Additional Salary Information: 25% share of gross personal production over $25000.00 a month.
About Alpine Veterinary Clinic, Omak WA,
The Alpine Veterinary Clinic is a rural mixed animal practice serving Omak WA, and the sunny Okanogan Valley for over 40 years with an extremely personalized approach to the veterinary care we provide the rural communities we serve.
We are currently 85% small animal, and 15% large animal and equine.