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Location: Kodiak, Alaska
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: 21799
Unique Leadership Opportunity in Kodiak, Alaska.
Relocation Advance - Joint Ownership Opportunity.
Brand new, fully staffed, state-of-the-art facility.
Advance your career as a Medical Director, while enjoying a flexible schedule and much more.
NVA is offering the position of a lifetime. Enjoy the dynamic beauty of Alaska's Emerald Isle with the support of an Anchorage home base. As a progressive private practice owner of several hospitals in Alaska, we can coordinate supportive guidance and mentorship, allowing diversity of caseload, variety in collaboration with colleagues, flexible scheduling, and great work-life balance in an environment that offers incredible outdoor activities such as kayaking, hiking, boating, wildlife, and scenic photography, along with world-class fishing and hunting. Our Veterinary Hospital offers a complete range of services including preventative wellness, urgent care, dentistry, surgery, laser therapy, emergency, with the highest standards in place.
This is the chance for an experienced provider to step up into a management role in a dynamic setting, with an outstanding team and embrace the adventure of Kodiak.
ABOUT THE HOSPITAL
We have recently built and moved into a brand new, state-of-the art facility. There are plenty of exam rooms, comfort room/acupuncture room, and much more. Our Kodak facility is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm and features our own retail pet supply boutique that is open Tuesday through Saturday.
Our hospital is equipped with:
• Digital Radiology
• Companion Therapy Laser
• Fully equipped O/R with Cardell Digital Patient Monitoring
• Fixin Fracture Repair System
• In-House Touch Screen Idexx ProCyte and LaserCyte Diagnostics
• Designated Dental Station w/new high-speed ultrasonic drill and handpiece
About Kodiak, Alaska
The City of Kodiak is located on the N.E. end of Kodiak Island. 250 miles S.W. of Anchorage with travel to the mainland available via Alaska Airlines (brief 50-minute plane ride) or the Alaska Marine Highway System (ferry service) to the City of Homer on the Kenai Peninsula. The island population ranges from roughly 13,000 permanent residents up to 15,000 in the summertime. Kodiak offers great schools with a brand-new state-of-the-art High School recently built in 2014. Shopping options include a mixture of big box stores including Walmart and Safeway, plus a host of local favorites including Spenard Builders Supply, Sutliff's Tru-Value Hardware, Kodiak Marine Supply, and more. The city features an Olympic-style indoor swimming pool, a new public library, and a well-supported civic arts program and senior center. Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center provides full medical services for island residents, with several eye care and dental providers on the island as well. There are 5 native villages located around the island accessible only by boat or plane, along with the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge which takes up almost two-thirds of the island’s land mass. Kodiak is home to the world-famous Kodiak Brown Bear, boasting a population of over 3,000 bears (or almost 1 for every square mile of the island!). Wildlife abounds with bears, bald eagles, foxes, black tail deer, a multitude of other birds, whales, dolphins, and more! There is a movie theater, auditorium for concerts and plays, many delicious restaurants, and even a 9-hole golf course for entertainment opportunities.
For more information, please visit our website: www.kodiakvet.com.
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