The Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists (CRES) provides state-of-the-art surgical, medical, imaging, diagnostic, Emergency care, and short-term rehabilitation services to enhance equine health. The hospital is located within walking distance to Belmont Park, the world’s premier Thoroughbred horse-racing facility and at the western edge of Long Island where sport horses are plentiful. At CRES, veterinarians aspire to assimilate knowledge gained on all fronts – at the track, in the show ring, at the research bench, and in the hospital – to deliver paradigm-shifting veterinary medical care.
The hospital is staffed by Cornell University faculty and staff and offers a full complement of advanced orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, regenerative therapies, critical care, lameness as well as advanced imaging (Standing MRI, nuclear scintigraphy, dynamic and high-definition video endoscopy). Specialists in internal medicine, dentistry, ophthalmology and podiatry are routinely consulted as we strive to provide elite level care to our patients. CRES will collaborate with referring veterinarians to meet the needs of New York State racing and the surrounding sport horse communities.
We are looking for a Staff Equine Surgeon to be an integral part of the team and provide the highest quality of veterinary care, exceptional client service and the optimal engagement of the veterinary medical team to maximize productivity, profitability, and growth. The incumbent would participate in continuing education for trainers, owners and referring veterinarians, while taking a lead role in intern training and education.
Please contact Toral Patel, recruiter, at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information. To submit an application, please click on the following link: https://cornell.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CornellCareerPage/job/New-York-State-Other/Ruffian-Emergency-Care-Clinician---Located-in-Long-Island-_WDR-00016745-2
The surgeon must have:
Preferred Qualifications: The surgeon should be competent in surgical correction of colic cases, including diagnosis, correction, and intensive care throughout the postoperative rehabilitation period.