Associate Veterinarian-northwest Arkansas
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Our thriving small-animal practice in beautiful northwest Arkansas is looking for a DVM interested in growing with us. Our Bentonville, AR hospital, established in 1990, is currently a seven-doctor, AAHA-accredited hospital, fully equipped with digital radiography, ultrasound, and in-house laboratory. Eight licensed CVT’s help comprise our support staff of 45. We are a team-based practice focusing on developing long-term client relationships and providing superior medical care.
Our second facility in nearby Rogers, AR was completed in January, 2018 and allows us to serve our clients from two locations. We are seeking a veterinarian interested in helping build these practices alongside our current Medical Directors and support team.
Clinical experience will be helpful for candidates applying for this position, but we are also willing to strongly consider new or recent graduates who are comfortable in the surgical suite, caring for hospitalized patients, and meeting with patients and clients in exam rooms. Our veterinary team is collaborative and supportive and has a mentorship program in place to help with the transition to our practice.
We enjoy a stellar reputation in our community and regularly participate in the local festivals and family-friendly outreaches that are a part of our region.
To learn more about our practice, visit our website at www.allpetsnwa.com.
Our salary and benefits package will be competitive based on skill level and experience.
Northwest Arkansas – our home
US News and World Report ranks Northwest Arkansas as #5 in Best Places to Live in the US. Located in a region that's experiencing drastic growth, our region has been transformed from several separate small- towns to a regional center of higher education, culture, commerce and entrepreneurism. The area known as Northwest Arkansas is the birthplace of Wal-Mart, the headquarters of Tyson Foods and the home of the University of Arkansas, the flagship campus of the U of A system.
People from all over the world call northwest Arkansas home. Newcomers often comment on the friendliness of NW Arkansas residents. People wave and smile at each other in the street, and community events are well-attended. With dozens of volunteer organizations and nonprofits, there's an abundance of ways to get involved in the community.
Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, our region attracts outdoorsy types with its abundance of state parks, acres of community green space, playgrounds, parks and walking trails. The metro area also boasts a first-class performing arts center, an active local food movement, live music venues and a dynamic festival scene.