Our AAHA and Cat Friendly hospital in Cayuga County is looking to add more Veterinarians
Cayuga Veterinary Services
Location: Auburn, New York
Type: Full Time
Preferred Education: DVM or equivalent
Internal Number: 9305
Offering a Generous Signing Bonus!
The only AAHA and Cat-Friendly Certified practice in Cayuga County, Cayuga Veterinary Services is seeking a few Associate Veterinarians to join our team.
Located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of Central New York, we are a growing, progressive, and high-service veterinary hospital with a friendly working environment and appreciative clientele. Our patients are a mix of canine, feline and exotic.
All staff members are Fear-Free Certified and Fear-Free techniques are extensively used throughout the practice. Certification is sponsored by the hospital and is expected to maintain employment.
Our practice is modern, well-equipped, and professionally staffed in a brand new building! We offer a variety of services from laparoscopy to acupuncture. Your skills will be fully utilized. An interest in surgery and/or exotics is a plus.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), or equivalent, from an accredited university
Licensure in good standing to practice
Willingness to learn, grow and be a team player to constantly improve the veterinary profession
Equal Employment Opportunity:
It is the policy of the company to afford equal opportunities to all applicants and employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, non- disqualifying disability or status as a disabled or Vietnam, Gulf War or other veteran.
NVA™ is the largest private owner of freestanding veterinary hospitals.
NVA owns more than 1000 veterinary hospitals and pet resorts in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. We have over 14,000 veterinary professionals that improve the well-being of patients by providing progressive and compassionate veterinary care. Our 4,000 veterinarians provide a full range of medical and surgical services.
NVA was founded in 1996 by Stanley Creighton, DVM with an emphasis on supporting local medical standards as established by individual hospitals and practitioners. He believed that veterinary medicine is best practiced when veterinarians craft their own hospital and community specific strategies for high quality patient care and client services.
The vision continues at NVA as we make available the tools and resources for hospitals to achieve their medical goals while avoiding any single standardized national plan that might not be the best fit for an individual hospital. The tools and resources include our national medical database, training and education for staff, and any emerging nationally published research and standards. Managing veterinarians decide... what level of medicine they would like their hospital to achieve, and NVA will support them in getting there.