Location: Goldsby, Oklahoma
Type: Full Time
Salary: Competitive Compensation
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A unique and exciting opportunity awaits you in Oklahoma at Interstate Equine Hospital in Goldsby! We are searching for an Associate Veterinarian who is a dedicated, hard-working team player with a passion for horses and equine veterinary medicine. We have a progressive, long-established, veterinary practice with excellent support staff and poised for growth. We are a practice located just minutes south of Norman, Oklahoma; home to the University of Oklahoma. We sit along I35 just minutes north of Purcell, in the “Heart of Oklahoma” also known as the “Quarter Horse Capital of the World”. The clinic is also just 30 minutes from Oklahoma City and there is never a shortage of entertainment. Oklahoma hosts a large number of national equestrian events and is home to many large established horse ranches. Whether you enjoy city life, college sports or living out in the country, Oklahoma offers it all and Interstate Equine Hospital is the team to join!
What else is in it for you?
Not only does this position come with being part of a great team and growing progressive practice, but you also receive a great benefits package including a competitive salary, company vehicle, health insurance, 401k with employer contribution, health savings account (HSA) option, licenses, continuing education allotment, relocation assistance package, and annual time off.
More about Interstate Equine Hospital
The clinic has a large surgical suite, and recently remodeled and expanded: two large exam/treatment rooms, ICU stalls and 20 stalls for hospitalization, three digital x-ray units, 1 and 3-meter endoscopy, digital ultrasound, arthroscopy equipment, power-float dental equipment, extra-corporeal shock wave therapy, a class IV laser, IRAP processing, PRP and an in-house lab. The practice is currently 30% ambulatory with 70% in clinic caseload. Learn more about us at interstateequine.com.
Applicants must be in completion in good standing of a DVM or VMD degree from an accredited university, or a graduate of a college of veterinary medicine that has completed The Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates® (ECFVG®) certification program, and have a veterinary license and accreditation to practice in the state of Oklahoma.