Cocheco Veterinary Hospital is a mixed animal practice in Farmington, New Hampshire. Our practice is 80% small animal and the remaining services provided for horses, small ruminants, pigs and cattle. Our sister hospital, Myhre Equine Clinic, is located 10 miles away in Rochester, New Hampshire. Cocheco Veterinary Hospital has brand new in house blood analyzers, DR and CR radiograph machines, and an ultrasound. We currently have two exam rooms and a surgery suite, but are expanding with an additional surgery suite and exam room. There are two interns that rotate monthly between Myhre Equine Clinic and Cocheco Veterinary Hospital.
We are a full-service hospital and provide emergency services 24/7. The on-call schedule rotates between the doctors of the hospital. The veterinarians are paid salary, plus the emergency fees for emergencies seen during or after business hours. The contract also includes a percentage of paid health insurance, continuing education, paid vacation and licensing fees. We are looking for a veterinarian to help oversee the daily cases at Cocheco Veterinary Hospital. This position includes teaching and working with the interns.
The Rochester-Farmington area is located 30 minutes from Portsmouth, NH and there are many lakes and hiking trails only a short distance from the hospital. There are stables behind Myhre Equine Clinic for boarding horses with discounts for personal horse boarding and medical care, and hundreds of acres for trail riding. This is a family oriented clinic and has wonderful clientele. This is a growing practice with a wonderful support staff that have been with us for several years.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is paid bi-weekly and based on experience.
About Myhre Equine Clinic and Cocheco Veterinary Hospital
Our mission is to provide the highest quality and most compassionate patient care and unparelleled client satisfaction at a reasonable cost.
Our extensive experience and cutting edge technologies enable us to provide impeccable service and communication to clients, farriers, and referring veterinarians regarding imaging, diagnosis, and treatment of our patients.