DoveLewis Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital is a non-profit, AAHA-accredited and VECCS Level 1-certified client focused and teaching hospital in beautiful Portland, Oregon. Our ER and ICU DVMs are truly leaders on the hospital floor, supporting both a high standard of care and the human beings that deliver that care.
We are currently seeking a Veterinarian for our ER and ICU.
What you will get out of working with DoveLewis:
The ability to see and treat a diverse patient case load in a high-volume, well equipped ER and ICU
Direct professional support from our talented and approachable specialists which includes Criticalists, Boarded Surgeons available 24/7, two Internists, a Cardiologist, a Dermatologist, Neurologists, and an onsite Radiologist
Highly skilled technical support staff and a hospital wide emphasis on continuous teaching and learning, including a well respected internship program
Multiple DVMs on site at all times with distinct ER and ICU departments for ideal patient management
Unique community and donor run programs and funds available for optimal patient care such as: an on-site donor-run blood bank, Pet Loss Support, Animal Assisted Therapy & Education, Low-Income Assistance Fund, Abused Animals Fund and a Stray and Wildlife Fund
Opportunity to practice your advanced emergency critical care skillset and grow as a clinician throughout your career
Work collaboratively with a team of passionate veterinarians who strive for excellence
Position benefits include:
Vacation and Sick Time, Medical, Dental, Vision, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability, Life Insurance, 403b, FSA
Paid professional dues and memberships
Range of hospital provided and external CE opportunities
Employee pet ward on-site
What we are looking for:
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Two+ years of clinical experience in an emergency or critical care hospital is preferred, but not required
An understanding of and passion for a client centered practice
Ability to be licensed in the state of Oregon
Any satisfactory equivalent combination of experience and training may substitute for the above.