Friendship Hospital For Animals

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Criticalist, Board Certified

at Friendship Hospital For Animals

Posted: 10/2/2019
Job Reference #: 1105
Categories: Other/General

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Established in 1936, Friendship Hospital for Animals provides high quality, compassionate veterinary care to the dogs and cats of the Washington D.C. metro area. Our vision is to be the most medically progressive independent animal hospital in the country while adhering to our core values of teamwork, collaboration and respect. We provide wellness, emergency and specialty care with over 60 veterinarians on staff, including 12 rotating interns and about 20 specialists. Friendship has specialty departments including emergency/critical care, clinical pathology, radiology, anesthesiology, oncology, ophthalmology, neurology/neurosurgery, cardiology, dermatology, internal medicine/hemodialysis, rehab therapy, and surgery. We have MRI, CT, a separate dedicated ICU, long-term ventilator capability, and hemodialysis onsite. In addition to providing clients and their pets the highest quality of medicine and service, Friendship Hospital is also a fun and rewarding place to work and grow. Excellent compensation and generous benefits are offered. 

 

 

We are seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a Board-Certified Criticalist in our busy and expanding Emergency and Critical Care Department that currently includes 2 DACVECC, 4 doctors who are residency trained in E/CC (3 currently taking Boards), and 11 full-time emergency staff doctors.

 

 

The applicant should possess excellent communication skills, a focus on teamwork and collaboration and an interest in building client relationships. Benefits include: relocation assistance, compensated continuing education, professional memberships (VIN, AVMA, AAHA), AVMA-PLIT, 401(k), health insurance, commuter benefits, discounted health club membership, vacation, and community service leave. District of Columbia veterinary license is not initially required. Approved application must be on file with D.C. prior to beginning employment.