Associate Veterinarian opening at our AAHA accredited hospital in State College, Pennsylvania (Mentorship Available)
Offering sign on bonus, retention bonus, relocation assistance and student loan assistance
Surrounded by the beautiful mountains of Central Pennsylvania, Animal Medical Hospital of State College is located in Ferguson Township, Centre County just minutes from downtown State College, home of Penn State University. State College was ranked as No. 1 as the lowest stress city in the United States by Psychology Today and Money magazine. State College was rated 5th as best place to live amongst northeast small cities.
Animal Medical Hospital serves Ferguson Township as well as some of the surrounding townships in Centre County. We provide primary veterinary care, including wellness care, general surgery, orthopedic surgery, ultrasound, dentistry, and oral surgery. In addition to dogs and cats, we see a variety of exotics including reptiles, avians, pocket pets, rabbits, ferrets, etc.
Experience preferred but willing to take on a new grad with the passion for the veterinary field. General veterinary care is performed at our facility but anyone specializing in exotics is a plus. Looking for someone that can bring their knowledge & skills to enhance our practice with a positive attitude and team player.
About our hospital:
6 exam rooms, large treatment area with kennels for post op patients
Surgery suite, dental suite
X-ray suite, Digital dental
In-house Lab and pharmacy
Separate dog, cat, and exotic waiting rooms and kennels
Centre County features attractions to suit the whole family. Choose from amusement parks, science centers, guided tours and much more. There are many fun things to do outdoors in Central Pennsylvania. Centre County has many recreation centers and facilities for year-round fun, including cycling, fishing, hiking, camping, golf, ice skating, and more. From art and holiday festivals to concerts, sporting events and fundraisers, there’s always something fun happening in Central PA.
Highly competitive salary
Health Insurance including dental and vision
Paid liability insurance, State License and DEA
CE - days and allowance
Skills and Qualifications:
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree, or equivalent, from an accredited university.
License in good standing to practice in the state in which applicant is to be employed.