Associate Veterinarian
Associate Veterinarian - Chastain Vet Med Grp - Dallas, TX

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The Chastain Veterinary Medical Group is seeking a FT or PT Associate Veterinarian to join our well-established, multi-doctor practices in the north Dallas and/or McKinney areas of Texas.

Whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned hand, you’ll be working with a team of experienced general practice veterinarians and an exceptional support staff. All of our facilities are well managed and similarly equipped with everything a small animal veterinarian needs to provide the top notch care that our patients need as well as the personal attention that today’s clients demand. We are fortunate to have an excellent client base at all of our practices and they value their pets and generally allow complete work-ups. Our facilities are equipped with Ultrasound, Surgical Lasers, Endoscopy, full dental suite, digital dental x-ray, digital regular radiology & more.

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Qualifications Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree, or equivalent, from an accredited university. Licensure in good standing to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Texas. DEA and Texas DPS Controlled Substance License in good standing. Living accommodations within reasonable driving distance of work location. Professional in demeanor, appearance, dress and conduct. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Upbeat, friendly, happy personality with a can-do attitude. Ability to multi-task, make decisions, use staff and other resources wisely Ability to communicates clearly with clients and support staff.

Illustration of Typical Responsibilities Develop a rapport with clients and their pets; determine their needs, taking into account the family’s love insights and preferences. Perform physical examinations on companion pets Perform routine Diagnostic laboratory and basic Medical Imaging Tests Diagnose small animal veterinary medical conditions and develop appropriate treatment plans Competently perform general small animal surgical and dental procedures Refer patients to local specialist when this would be in the patient’s best interests. Communicate clearly and completely with clients, explaining physical exam findings and test results in common terms. Work with support staff to educate clients on preventative health care, including vaccinations, wellness testing, and appropriate pet nutrition. Maintain medical records and keep all necessary log books up-to-date. Assist colleagues with their cases when time and circumstances indicate Stay up-to-date with new developments in Veterinary Medicine Assist in the professional development of the support staff to ensure cohesive delivery of high quality pet care and exceptional client service. Represent the Company in a positive manner within the veterinary professional community and among the general public Benefits Continuing Education / Professional Development allowance Professional Liability Insurance Renewal of professional licenses Health Insurance Benefits $500 signing Bonus $1000 relocation bonus

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