Fantastic opportunity with a thriving hosptial in Las Vegas, NV!
Companion Animal Practices North America (CAPNA)
February 21, 2018
Las Vegas , Nevada
Type & Experience Level:
Full Time - Any experience level considered
DVM or equivalent
Warm Springs Animal Hospital in Las Vegas, NV is looking for Full-time or Part-time DVM(s) to join our expanding practice. We are currently a three DVM practice team, but are looking for high quality veterinary care team candidates to accommodate the hospital's demands of our growing pet family in Las Vegas.
We are an AAHA accredited hospital located just minutes from McCarran International Airport and less than two miles from the famous "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign on South Las Vegas Blvd.
Our hospital is fully equipped with digital radiography, digital dental radiographs, in house laboratory and a class IV laser.
We offer competitive compensation and a benefits package including medical/dental insurance, 401K, professional association fees, professional licensing fees, professional liability insurance, VIN membership, continuing education, pet care benefits as well as vacation and holiday time off. We also offer a flexible schedule to help maintain a good work-life balance.
If interested, please submit your resume to our Recruiting Manager Ryan Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or click the "apply now" button below
We look forward to hearing from you!
About Companion Animal Practices North America (CAPNA)
CAPNA (Companion Animal Practices North America) is a national group of high quality companion animal practices that continue to strive to improve the practice of medicine and surgery which is the key to our lasting success in Veterinary Medicine. CAPNA understands the important role of practice management in assuring the delivery of quality care to patients and excellent service to clients.
CAPNA founders are committed to building financially successful practices that can better meet the needs of the clients and pets they love.The CAPNA business model encourages innovation and ‘operational autonomy’ at the local practice level while delivering efficiencies developed from a centralized shared service department.