Are you passionate about veterinary medicine and looking to make a difference with a supportive, mentoring team? Join East Lake Veterinary Hospital for an opportunity to spread your wings and expand your career! We are an AAHA-accredited hospital with a nine doctor team with a variety of special interests including:
Advanced orthopedic and soft tissue surgery
Rehabilitation and physical therapy
Stem cell therapy
Our philosophy celebrates the bond between people and pets and we are committed to comprehensive and compassionate care. We are a highly service oriented practice and strive to develop lasting relationships with our clients and the pets we care for.
We also focus on complete pet care through “guilt free” lodging, day camp featuring a one of a kind outdoor exercise pavilion, and gentle bathing and grooming all delivered by an amazing well trained team.
Additionally we contribute to the community by participation in our non-profit organization East Lake Pet Orphanage (www.elpo.org). We’ve just completed our 1,500th adoption of a spayed/neutered and rehabilitated pet and we live by the organization’s mission to “connect people and pets for the mutual enrichment of life”
Join us, make a difference! Resumes may be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to (214)342-3166.
Texas Licensure (or ability to obtain)
About East Lake Veterinary Hospital
East Lake is a private 24 hour full service veterinary facility. Our AAHA accredited practice has received Practice of Excellence and Hospital Design Awards from Veterinary Economics and the Veterinary Medical Publishing Group. Our team is 60 people strong and includes long tenured individuals who are career focused, quality conscious, and relationship centered. Our doctors are supported in skill development and mentored for success in practice. We offer a competitive salary, educational and CE opportunities, paid vacation, medical, dental, and vision insurance, retirement plan, Aflac, and generous employee discounts. We believe in making a difference in pets lives, the lives of their families, and in our community.