Boulder and Northside Emergency Pet Clinics is locally operated as a proud member of the PetVet Care Centers Network.

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Emergency Veterinarian - Emergency Pet Clinic Boulder

PetVet Care Centers, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading operators of veterinary hospitals for companion animals. The company operates over 450 hospitals across multiple states and employs over 11,000 people including over 800 veterinarians. Since its inception, PetVet has been structured around a model that is focused on developing a partnership between the hospitals and the company and providing the highest quality medicine and service.

 

Work hard and play hard in Colorado!

Boulder Emergency Pet Clinic is seeking new emergency doctors to expand our team. Walk out of our front door and see the beautiful Flatiron’s of Boulder. We are expanding our team to offer a well-rounded work/life balance. We provide excellent service to our surrounding communities and have been a staple ER practice in Boulder for 30+ years. Although small in size, this advantage transpires into us consistently being engaged with our patients and staff members at all times. We practice excellent high-quality medicine and have the equipment and staff skills to back it up. We are always seeking to maximize our staffing needs. Our current doctor staff has been with our practice for more than 10 years.

The ideal candidate is dedicated, energetic and can handle the stress of working in an emergency clinic.

    • Our emergency services include but are not limited to:
    • Hospitalization, IV fluids, Vital sign monitoring, Ultrasound machine
    • Blood/Plasma transfusions
    • Rattlesnake envenomation
    • Emergency surgery: GDV, Enterotomies/Gastrotomies, Splenectomies, and any other to DVM capability
    • Consistent and Reliable Radiologist availability, even on weekends

 

At Boulder Emergency Pet Clinic, we take the health and well-being of our employees seriously, offering flexible working conditions and encouraging a well-rounded work/life balance.

We offer competitive salary with high earning potential, high quality health, dental, and vision insurance, optional life insurance, disability insurance, 401K, generous CE allowance, reimbursement for membership dues and license fees, and many more discounts and supplemental insurance options!

    • Commitment and relocation bonuses available!
    • High earning potential: base salary $150,000 - $160,000 plus production!

 

Join our team and love where you live and where you work!

Boulder, CO is 35 minutes from Denver. These two cities offer a wealth of dining, brewery, fitness, and cultural experiences. Plus, there are a plethora of trails for hiking, mountain biking, camping, and other outdoor activities. The beautiful mountains of 10-mile Range, Gore Range, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Arapahoe National Forest are all within 2 hours of our hospital for world class skiing/boarding, biking, fishing, hiking and endless other winter and summer activities.

 

If this sounds like a team you want to be a part of, email JP Garcia at jgarcia@petvetcarecenters.com to be connected with the Boulder Emergency Pet Clinic team.

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Pay Range
$150,000$160,000 USD

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Why Consider Our Boulder and Westminster Hospital?

At Boulder and Northside Emergency Pet Clinics, our team members all share the same passion for making and keeping animals healthy.

Our hospital truly is an excellent place to work, with a highly skilled team focused on 'best in practice' veterinary care.

We are very supportive of individuals looking to grow their veterinary careers and look forward to hearing from you.

  • We invite you to explore your veterinary career options with Boulder and Northside Emergency Pet Clinics, where you'll be a respected member of a team that loves animals and values the contributions from every individual on the team.
    - Boulder and Northside Emergency Pet Clinics Team
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