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    Australia

    The Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Centre (AAERC) is part of a well-established group of specialist veterinary hospitals. We offer a wide range of specialist services and provide 24-hour emergency and critical care through our facilities in SA, NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD. Services offered in our hospitals include internal medicine, surgery, dentistry, oncology, ophthalmology, behavioural medicine, avian and exotics, diagnostic imaging, emergency and critical care, cardiology and physiotherapy.

    The AAERC is pleased to offer a new opportunity for an ECC Specialist to join the team at our Adelaide SA facility. With an ever-increasing caseload and 24/7 emergency veterinarians, additional expertise is required for both clinical case management and mentoring of our emergency team, interns, and nursing staff.

    Required

    • DACVECC, ECVECC or FANZCVS - eligible for specialist registration in Australia
    • OR: working towards completion of a residency training program in emergency and critical care
    • Willingness to work hard, lead, teach and be part of our team

    Desirable attributes for this position

    • Willingness to help grow and develop the ECC service
    • Willingness to travel to our other locations from time to time
    • Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, pet owners and referring veterinarians
    • A genuine enjoyment of helping people and their pets when they need us most

    The AAERC offers a fully equipped hospital with state-of-the-art facilities including CT, fluoroscopy, ultrasonography, digital radiology, endoscopy, Idexx laboratory equipment including blood gas analysis, 3 operating theatres, isolation ward, and ventilator, with an MRI on its way.

    In addition to facilities, the management at the AAERC will work with you in tailoring your schedule to provide an excellent work/life balance. Remuneration is generous with uncapped earning potential. Continuing education is highly regarded and other benefits such as staff discounts, housing assistance, visa and relocation allowance also apply.

    Adelaide is one of the most affordable and liveable cities in Australia. It has a mild, Mediterranean climate which has spawned a foodie culture (with the exception of the infamous “pie floater”) alongside a renowned viticulture and horticulture industry. Activities range from festivals, cultural and sporting events to biking, hiking and a robust beach culture. For more information, please visit: https://southaustralia.com/places-to-go/adelaide.  

    Expressions of Interest

    For a confidential discussion about this opportunity, please contact Kathy Ikonomidis, Group HR Manager at k.ikonomidis@arhvets.com. Applicants are also encouraged to visit https://aaerc.com.au/ and https://www.arhvets.com.au/ for more information about the groups services.

    Adelaide Animal Emergency and Referral Service

    119 Anzac Highway
    Kurralta Park, SA 5037
    Australia

     

     

    The Animal Referral Hospital is pleased to offer a new opportunity for an ECC specialist to join our existing ECC specialists at our Homebush facility.  As our service continues to grow, including development of a new ICU facility, a growing caseload, and a separate intensive care service during the day to support our 24/7 emergency veterinarians, additional expertise is required for both clinical case management and mentoring of our emergency team, interns, and nursing staff.

    The Animal Referral Hospital is the largest specialist and emergency group in Australia, with over 500 employees across 7 locations. Our Homebush facility was established 19 years ago and provides referral services in the fields of small animal surgery, internal medicine, intensive care, medical oncology, radiation oncology, ophthalmology, diagnostic imaging, dentistry and exotics. We have a great team of long-term employed support staff who are engaged and committed to providing the highest quality patient care. On-site facilities include MRI, CT, ultrasonography, endoscopy, Idexx laboratory equipment, numerous ventilators and blood gas analyzers, lecture theatre, meeting facilities, dedicated quiet office for our specialists, staff room and a 24-hour Nursing, Reception and Animal Attendant team. 

    Required

    • DACVECC or FANZCVS - eligible for specialist registration in NSW
    • OR: working towards completion of a residency training program in emergency and critical care
    • Willingness to work hard, lead, teach and be part of our team

    Desirable attributes for this position

    • Willingness to help grow and develop the ECC service
    • Willingness to travel to our other locations from time to time
    • Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, pet owners and referring veterinarians
    • A genuine enjoyment of helping people and their pets when they need us most

    This position is set to commence as soon as possible. Competitive salary package on offer plus visa and relocation assistance if required.

    If you are interested in discussing this opportunity further, please contact Kathy Ikonomidis – Group HR Manager for a confidential discussion on the details below.

    Kathy Ikonomidis
    Group Human Resources Manager
    Ph: +61 2 9758 8666
    Email: k.ikonomidis@arhvets.com or recruitment@arhvets.com
    Website: www.arhvets.com.au

    United States

    Lakeshore Veterinary Specialists is a 24 hour independently-owned specialty practice with three locations in Southeastern Wisconsin. We are seeking two full time, board-certified Criticalists, or individuals who have completed an ACVECC approved residency training program in emergency and critical care, to join our rapidly growing team of specialists!
     

    Lakeshore is home to multiple Board Certified Specialists in Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Neurology, Oncology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Cardiology and Dentistry. Our team also includes a Certified Physical Rehabilitation veterinarian. We have the only Veterinary Social Work Program in Wisconsin to assist with client and employee concerns.

    Our criticalists share in case oversight and some primary receiving, along with a team of dedicated and experienced emergency clinicians.  Ultrasound and endoscopy are performed regularly by our critical care team, and soft tissue surgeries can be performed if the candidate has interest. This is a great opportunity to be involved in the expanded services we will be able to offer in our NEW 17,500 square foot hospital to be completed by December of 2019, just feet away from our current hospital in Oak Creek. Lakeshore hosts CE events for our referring community and we also support active in-hospital education. Opportunities include grand rounds, M&M rounds and journal club in our Glendale location as well as in house lectures by our specialists.

    Competitive base salary, with
    --Quarterly profit sharing
     
    General benefits include:
    --Health, dental, vision and life insurance
    --PTO
    --CE time off and allowance
    --License reimbursement (WI, DEA)
    --Membership reimbursement (AVMA, PLIT, WVMA, MVMA)
    --Employer matching 401(k) and retirement plan
    --Relocation stipend
    --Uniform allowance
    --Employee pet discount
    --Annual Friends and Family Discount
     
    Our Facility:
    At each location we have in house laboratory capabilities including IDexx CBC, chemistry, blood gas, Sedivue, coagulation, blood type and cross match with in-house blood products and blood donor program, digital x-ray, ultrasound, endoscopy, and well equipped surgery sites. In our Glendale location we have TEG, CT, MRI, mechanical ventilation and a linear accelerator for SRS/SRT.
     
    About Lakeshore:
    Lakeshore was founded by a like-minded group of veterinary professionals looking to provide better medical care and client communication in their communities. Our owners are all practicing veterinarians who are passionate about providing the best patient care and collaborative work environment as possible. If you are a leader who is passionate about emergency/critical care medicine and thrive in a collaborative environment where patient care is placed at a premium, we encourage you to apply.
     
    Work – Life Balance:
    Located on the Shores of Lake Michigan, the greater Milwaukee area offers adventures for everyone with a low cost of living. Explore the city with access to some of the best restaurants, breweries, nightlife and shops. Enjoy a Broadway show or concert downtown or rock out at Summerfest or any of the celebrations on the waterfront throughout the summer. Milwaukee is home to the Brewers, the Bucks and the Admirals and not far from Green Bay, home of the Packers. Enjoy the outdoors, sailing on pristine Lake Michigan, paddle boarding or surfing the beaches or hiking and biking in the surrounding state parks. This Midwestern area offers so much! At Lakeshore we provide flexible schedules to support personal time away from work.
     
    For more information or to apply for the position, please contact Jacob Odders, DVM, DACVS at jodders@lakeshorevetspecialists.com or call 414-540-6710. You can also visit us on the web at www.lakeshorevetspecialists.com

    If you love emergency medicine as much as we do, join one of the largest, most advanced, compassionate, and progressive veterinary multi-specialty referral hospitals in Southern California. We have relief, part-time and full-time positions available, so if you are interested in working with us, please reach out! We are looking for adrenaline rush seeking, energetic, and compassionate ER doctors to join the team at our privately-owned Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley Hospital.

    We’re different. We don’t do the corporate red tape. Instead, we do pumpkin carving contests, potlucks, staff support, and innovation in our medical care and management. Does this sound like something you might like? Read on to learn more about what we value.

    Our emergency and critical care departments have a busy and varied caseload with a high number of referral emergencies seen in addition to primary care. We have a highly trained and dedicated support staff to ensure the success of the service, which works closely with the other specialties within the hospital.

    We encourage growth, innovation, and additional training (through in-house RACE-approved continuing education courses as well as a competitive conference compensation package). Our Culver City Hospital is part of the VETCOT trauma initiative and has a strong residency program, so we emphasize continuous learning and staying current with the best treatment options and techniques. Our ER doctors work closely with the Criticalist as well as the other specialists in the hospital to provide close collaboration on cases.

    ACCESS is currently comprised of Emergency, Critical care, Cardiology, Internal medicine, Interventional radiology/endoscopy, Surgery, Nephrology, Neurology, Urology, and Avian and Exotics. Our practice shares a facility with other independently owned and operated specialty practices allowing for direct collaboration with specialists in Dentistry, Dermatology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, and Radiation Oncology.  We practice in a rich and rewarding environment where patient care can be optimized, and learning is continuous.  This type of collaborative medicine is rare outside of a university setting. 

    To provide the best care possible, we stay apprised of new innovations and utilize an extensive array of cutting-edge diagnostic, therapeutic, and monitoring equipment. These include a complete laboratory (CBC/Chemistry/ Nova Prime/Istat/SCA2000, SnapDx, VetTest), monitoring devices (Cardell Max 12/Telemetry/NIBP/ Invasive BP/telemetry), digital radiography, color flow Doppler ultrasound (GE Logiq S7, P6, Sonoscape portable ultrasound and Phillips CX50 cardiac ultrasound), OEC 9800 & 9900 fluoroscopy with neurovascular package, 16 slice helical CT, and 1.5T MRI.  We have pulmonetics critical care ventilator at each hospital and an additional Espirit ventilator at the Culver City hospital. We are also equipped with complete endoscopic, laparoscopic, and thoracoscopic instrumentation. We are always willing to expand in different directions and explore new therapies.

    An ideal candidate will exemplify our guiding principles of Quality, Integrity, Compassion, and Service. They will have strong communication skills, an energetic attitude, empathy, and enthusiasm for helping clients and patients alike. Essential job functions will be provided during the selection process. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package. Travel compensation for your interview will be provided by ACCESS

    Please send your CV attention to our Medical Director Dr. Kathryn Gates BVSc, DACVECC at kgates@accessvets.com.

    Are you a leader and want to contribute to a hospital with a great culture that has Critical Care as its core? Come to join one of the largest, most advanced, compassionate, and progressive veterinary multi-specialty referral hospitals in Southern California. We are looking for energetic, outgoing, and inventive Critical Care specialists to join our team at our privately-owned Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley and South Bay Hospitals.

    We’re different. We don’t do the corporate red tape. Instead, we do pumpkin carving contests, potlucks, staff support, and innovation in our medical care and management. Does this sound like something you might like? Read on to learn about what we value.

    Our emergency and critical care departments are well-staffed and equipped to handle a busy and varied caseload. We encourage growth, innovation, and additional training (through in-house RACE-approved continuing education courses as well as a competitive conference compensation package).

    Our Culver City Hospital has a strong ECC residency program with five residents which is fully supported and integrated into the hospital. In conjunction with the residency program, we have weekly topic rounds, journal club, hospital-wide mortality, and morbidity rounds and frequent doctor and technician lectures. We emphasize continuous learning and staying current with the best treatment options and techniques.

    ACCESS is currently comprised of emergency, critical care, cardiology, internal medicine, interventional radiology/endoscopy, surgery, nephrology, neurology, urology, and avian and exotics. Our practice shares a facility with other independently owned and operated specialty practices allowing for direct collaboration with specialists in dentistry, dermatology, oncology, ophthalmology, and radiation oncology. We practice in a rich and rewarding environment where patient care can be optimized, and learning is continuous.  This type of collaborative medicine is rare outside of a university setting.

    To provide the best care possible, we stay apprised of new innovations and utilize an extensive array of cutting-edge diagnostic, therapeutic, and monitoring equipment. These include a complete laboratory (CBC/Chemistry/ NOVA prime/Istat/SCA2000, SnapDx, VetTest), monitoring devices (Cardell Max 12/Telemetry/NIBP/ Invasive BP/telemetry), digital radiography, color flow Doppler ultrasound (GE Logiq S7, P6, Sonoscape portable ultrasound and Phillips CX50 cardiac ultrasound), OEC 9800 & 9900 fluoroscopy with neurovascular package, 16 slice helical CT, and 1.5T MRI.  We have pulmonetics critical care ventilator at each hospital. We are also equipped with complete endoscopic, laparoscopic, and thoracoscopic instrumentation. We are always willing to expand in different directions and explore new therapies.

    An ideal candidate will exemplify our guiding principles of Quality, Integrity, Compassion, and Service. They will have strong communication skills, an energetic attitude, empathy, and enthusiasm for helping clients and patients alike. They will excel at collaborating with their co-workers, our referring veterinarians, and our clients.

    Essential job functions will be provided during the selection process. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package. Travel compensation for your interview will be provided by ACCESS.

    Please send your CV attention to our Medical Director Dr. Kathryn Gates, BVSc, DACVECC at kgates@accessvets.com.

     

    Are you looking for something different? Do you want to work with a bunch of rock stars and support one of the largest, most advanced, and inclusive multi-specialty referral hospitals in Southern California? We are looking for a caring, and friendly Medical Director who is a board-certified specialist to join our team at our independently owned San Fernando Valley Hospital.

    The ACCESS Specialty Animal Hospital – San Fernando Valley location is currently comprised of emergency/critical care, cardiology, internal medicine, surgery, and neurology & neurosurgery. Our practice shares a facility with other independently owned and operated specialty practices allowing for direct collaboration with specialists in dermatology, dentistry, ophthalmology, and oncology. We practice in a rich and rewarding environment where patient care can be optimized, and learning is continuous. This type of collaborative medicine is rare outside of a university setting.

    To provide the best care possible, we stay apprised of new innovations, and utilize an extensive array of cutting-edge diagnostic, therapeutic, and monitoring equipment. We are always willing to expand in different directions and explore new therapies.

    But we’re not just a great place to work for the above reasons. Our owner, a veterinarian, is driven to ensure all employees enjoy the family environment found in smaller practices, while offering the security, rewards, expectations, and growth opportunities common to larger organizations. Now that’s cool.

    The Medical Director must always abide by and uphold the Principles of Quality, Integrity, Compassion and Service while behaving as a leader and figurehead for the organization in addition to working as a specialist, the Medical Director has several other responsibilities

    Duties and Responsibilities –
      • Establishment and oversight of medical standards and protocols
      • Assisting management with recruitment, hiring, and evaluating medical personnel
      • Oversight of scheduling for all doctors (aided by management)
      • Developing and maintaining relationships with referring practices to generate referrals personally, as well as working with other professional and para-professional staff
      • Participating in marketing efforts as needed
      • Participating in meetings, discussions and decisions regarding the strategy, direction and operations of the practice with management
      • Assist management as required with managing doctors’ job performance
      • Participating in decisions regarding medical equipment
      • Maintaining positive relationships with other specialty organizations in the area
      • Client complaints – work with Hospital Management Team on any medical aspect of a complaint
      • DVM complaints – work with Hospital Owner and Hospital Management Team with any complaints from primary DVMs
      • Assisting and training doctor staff as needed
      • Manage blood donor program, enlist more donors and ensure donor testing is up to date and eligibility guidelines are enforced
      • Conduct oneself as a leader within our principles and in lock-step with management
      • Serve as a Tech training liaison
    Qualifications –
      • Board-certified veterinary specialist

    Essential job functions will be provided during the selection process. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package and travel compensation for your interview will be provided by ACCESS.

    Please send your CV attention to our Chief of Staff, Richard Mills, DVM, DACVECC at rmills@accessvets.com.

    Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Equine Surgical Emergency and Critical Care
    The University of California, Davis

    Veterinarian with advanced training in Equine Surgery.  Board certification by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons or European College of Veterinary Surgeons is required. Board certification in the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care is preferred.  PhD or advanced training in research is preferred. Clinical experience and competence in equine surgery and critical care is required. Demonstrated aptitude/experience in teaching is required.  Documented research record or potential to develop an independent research program in equine surgery is required; emphasis in equine/comparative gastroenterology or emergency surgery/critical care preferred. Must possess outstanding interpersonal and communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work with others in a collegial team atmosphere. A valid license to practice veterinary medicine in California is required before employment (California Business and Professions Code Section 4846-4857).  Individuals not eligible for a full California license must obtain a University License (California Business and Professions Code Section 4848.1) by the time of appointment.

    A complete position description is available on line at: https://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/departments/vsr

    To receive fullest consideration, applications must be submitted by January 31, 2020.  Position is open until filled. To begin the application process, interested applicants should register online at https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/apply/JPF03250  and submit the following materials:

    • a letter of intent outlining special interest in the position, overall related qualifications, experience and career goals
    • curriculum vitae
    • a statement on research plan
    • a statement of teaching philosophy
    • the names and addresses of four professional references
    • a statement summarizing experience and professional contributions in the area of equity and diversity.
    • authorization to release information form.

    The University of California, Davis, and The Department of Surgical & Radiological Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, are interested in candidates who are committed to the highest standards of scholarship and professional activities, and to the development of a campus climate that supports equality and diversity.  UC Davis supports family-friendly recruitments: http://academicaffairs.ucdavis.edu/programs/work-life/index.html.  The University of California is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.  UC Davis is a smoke- and tobacco-free campus effective January 1, 2014.

    The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine is pleased to announce an open search for two faculty positions in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care. We are accepting applications for either tenure track or clinical track applicants at the assistant or associate level. The goal of this search is to fill one NEW and one existing faculty position, for a total of four ECC faculty. Further information is provided below regarding the history of our ECC team, the positions, and the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine as a whole.

    The Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Services at UW-Madison

    The UW Veterinary Care (UWVC) Emergency Service was established in the summer of 2008. In the past five years, the caseload has doubled to more than 5000 cases per year. In this same timeframe, critical care has developed as an inpatient care and hospital support service, which is largely separate from our emergency receiving service. Our emergency medicine and critical care teams presently include three faculty, four residents, eight rotating interns, and 22 technicians. Since beginning our residency program in 2009, we have proudly trained 8 ACVECC diplomates. With continued growth in our robust caseload, this fourth faculty position will enable the emergency medicine and critical care services to function as parallel teams under separate (yet collaborative) faculty supervision within UWVC and expand research and teaching in the School of Veterinary Medicine.

    Numerous remodeling projects have supported the hospital's growth over the past ten years. The development of an intermediate care unit is presently underway and is expected to be functional by the summer of 2020. Apart from smaller remodeling processes, UW Veterinary Care is currently working with hospital architects to develop the final plans for a newly constructed hospital, which is due to open in 2023.

    Our critical care unit, an open-concept ICU, is equipped to enable advanced care for critically ill patients with routine use of high-flow nasal oxygen, mechanical ventilation, telemetry, a well-equipped in-house blood bank, and many other related services. The ECC and Internal Medicine teams are open to re-starting a dialysis (CRRT) service in the future, based on the interest and expertise of hired and existing faculty. The emergency medicine and critical care services routinely collaborate and consult with other clinical specialties throughout the hospital. In addition, the ECC team collaborates with our Special Species service on evenings and weekends to provide emergency care for exotic pets. Previous experience with exotic animal practice is not required to succeed in this position.

    We enjoy working in a friendly and collaborative hospital environment that centers around patient care and creating a positive learning environment for students, interns, and residents.

    Applications should be submitted via the Clinical Track Vacancy Listings which can be found at Clinical Track: https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/503465/clinical-track-assistant-or-associate-professor-of-emergency-critical-care

    Faculty Positions at the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine

    Applications from finishing residents and established diplomates of ACVECC are welcomed.

    Academic experience or relevant practice experience beyond residency training is preferred but not mandatory. Aptitude and/or experience in clinical instruction of DVM students, interns, and residents are also expected. Distribution of effort in the section and the department will be determined by service needs, academic priorities, and the candidate's expertise and academic goals. The candidate should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work cooperatively with all sections of the hospital and department.

    Upon arrival new faculty members work with the department chair to identify both a mentoring committee and teaching committee. Teaching opportunities at the SVM have gone beyond typical classroom and laboratory teaching since the 2017 construction of the Renk Learning Center, which is comprised of the Clinical Skills Training Center and Active Learning Room. Faculty are also encouraged to develop active learning modules and selectives courses to supplement pre-clinical coursework. To enhance research and clinical advancement, many SVM faculty maintain productive research and clinical collaborations with individuals from other UW professional programs, including the School of Medicine and Public Health, School of Pharmacy, Biomedical Engineering, among many others.

    Applications should be submitted via the Tenure Track Position Vacancy Listing which is found at the following link: Tenure Track:https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/503466/tenure-track-assistant-or-associate-professor-of-emergency-critical-care.

    These documents provide additional detail regarding the respective positions.

    Time Allocation in Clinical Track and Tenure Track Positions:

    The clinical track position includes up to 22 weeks of clinical service per year. Approximate time distribution for clinical track: 45% clinical, 20% non-clinical teaching, 25% research, 10% service.

    The tenure track position includes up to 12 weeks of clinical service per year. Approximate time distribution for clinical track: 25% clinical, 20% non-clinical teaching, 45% research, 10% service. 

    Living in Madison, Wisconsin

    Enjoy all four seasons in a diverse, politically active, and inclusive community. Madison, WI is both a state capital and a Big Ten campus with many enthusiastic sports fans. The campus and downtown area boasts many gorgeous views of two lakes: https://news.wisc.edu/best-views-on-and-around-uw-madisons-campus/. During the summer and fall, the capital square hosts one of the largest farmer's markets in the country.

    Read more to find out why Madison is ranked #3 of the "Top 100 Best Places to Live": 

    Additional links regarding our hospital and campus:

    Any interested individuals are welcome to reach out to ECC faculty members with questions using the contact information listed below:

    Applications will be accepted until December 15, 2019, or until the position is filled.

    The Department of Clinical Sciences and Advanced Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine invites applicants for an annually renewable Lecturer position in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.

    The successful candidate will provide excellent teaching and clinical service in our Section of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.  Clinical service responsibilities will primarily involve seeing patients in our Emergency Service for a minimum of 42 weeks annually.  Teaching responsibilities will include small group and didactic instruction of house staff and veterinary students rotating through the Emergency Service.  In addition to working in the Emergency Service, spending time with the Intensive Care Unit and Extracorporeal Therapies Service maybe be possible depending on the candidate’s interests.

    Candidates must have a veterinary degree and must have completed a Residency in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine by the position start date.  Applications will be reviewed until an appropriate candidate is identified. Though negotiable, the anticipated start date of the position is July 2020. Salary will be commensurate with professional and academic credentials and experience.  University benefits as Associated Faculty accompany the position.

    The Section of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine employs 9 ACVECC board-certified faculty in support of the program. There are currently 10 residents enrolled in the residency training program.  More than 30 diplomates of multiple American certifying colleges, who are leaders in their fields, support the Section of Emergency and Critical Care.  In addition to a dynamic hospital setting and excellent nursing staff, advantages include an exciting intellectual environment, the ability to provide state of the art patient care, excellent residents, and the opportunity to work side-by-side with faculty who are leaders in the fields of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.  The School is located amid a vibrant urban neighborhood that offers an abundance of cultural resources including music, art, theatres, and fine dining (www.upenn.edu/life-at-penn/philadelphia). For the active nature lover, the great outdoors is within minutes of the city by car or bicycle.

    Interested applicants should apply electronically to http://apply.interfolio.com/73121 .  The system will prompt you to attach a letter of intent including a brief statement of personal goals, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, and contact information for three references. The letters should be directed to Dr. Mark Rondeau, Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine and Chair of the Search Committee.  Questions regarding the position should be sent Peggy Alfarano, Administrative Coordinator alfarano@upenn.edu.

    Do you love emergency medicine as much as we do? We are looking for adrenaline-rush seeking, energetic, and compassionate ER doctors to join the team at our veterinarian-owned Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley Hospitals.  We are adding additional doctors to many shifts, so if you are interested in working full-time or part-time positions, we are the place for you!  Join one of the most advanced, compassionate, and progressive veterinary multi-specialty referral hospitals in Southern California.

    We’re different. We don’t do the corporate red tape. Instead, we do pumpkin carving contests, potlucks, staff support initiatives, and encourage innovation within our medical care and management. Does this sound like something you might like? Read on to learn more about what we value.

    Our emergency and critical care departments have a busy and varied caseload with a high number of referral emergencies seen in addition to primary care. We have a highly trained and dedicated support staff to ensure the success of the service, which works closely with the other specialties within the hospital. 

    We encourage growth, innovation, and additional training (through in-house RACE-approved continuing education courses as well as a competitive conference compensation package). Our Culver City Hospital is part of the VETCOT trauma initiative and has a strong residency program, so we emphasize continuous learning and staying current with the best treatment options and techniques. Our ER doctors work closely with the Criticalist as well as the other specialists in the hospital to provide close collaboration on cases.

    ACCESS is currently comprised of Emergency, Critical care, Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Interventional Radiology/Endoscopy, Surgery, Nephrology, Neurology, Urology, and Avian and Exotics. Our practice shares a facility with other independently owned and operated specialty practices allowing for direct collaboration with specialists in Dentistry, Dermatology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, and Radiation Oncology. 

    An ideal candidate would care about CULTURE and would exemplify our guiding principles of Quality, Integrity, Compassion, and Service. They will have strong communication skills, an energetic attitude, empathy, and enthusiasm for helping clients and patients alike. Essential job functions will be provided during the selection process. We offer an excellent salary and benefits package. Travel compensation for your interview will be provided by ACCESS

    Please send your CV attention to our Richard Mills DVM, DACVECC at rmills@accessvets.com.