An immediate full or part time position of veterinarian is available at Payton Animal Hospital located in Blakely, Georgia. This is a well-established and well-equipped mixed practice (90% small animal, 10% large animal consisting of bovine, equine, and small ruminants). There is a flexible and shared on call schedule in order to serve the needs of our patients on evenings and weekends. Salary is negotiable based on experience. A full benefits package includes 2 weeks paid vacation, personal leave, sick leave, bonus incentives, CE package, health insurance, liability insurance, and professional dues and license fees. This area also qualifies for the USDA student loan repayment program concerning the shortage of rural veterinarians. This rural area of Southwest Georgia abounds with wonderful hunting and fishing opportunities, is only thirty minutes away from the city of Dothan, Alabama, and is two hours from Panama City Beach, Florida. A potential partnership or buy in is a consideration. Contact by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 229-366-2731, Dr. Lauralyn Marshall.
The candidate for this job would be upbeat and positive with good communication skills to help our clients and patients.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Negotiable based upon experience
About Payton Animal Hospital
Payton Animal Hospital is a mixed animal hospital (90% small animal and 10% large animal including equine, bovine, and small ruminants). It has been well-established in the community since 1972. This practice is up to date with new CBC, chemistry, clotting factor blood machines and urinalysis machine. It also has a new CR digital radiograph system. There are currently two doctors, two technicians, a kennel technician and two receptionists. Small animal work usually consists of surgeries (spays, neuters, tumor removals), preventative care, and disease diagnosis and treatment. Large animal work is minimal but includes regulatory work (performing Coggins and writing health papers), preventative care (vaccines and equine floats), equine injuries and colic, and bovine obstetrical work and postmortems. Small ruminants are a frequent too.