VMD/DVM Position

VMD/DVM Positions are available for veterinary associates, and graduates of veterinary medicine. All positions require a graduate degree in veterinary medicine (VMD or DVM).

FT Associate Veterinarian In Central Bucks County, PA, Valley Veterinary Center - Buckingham/Holicong (Private Practice)

2137 Durham Rd
New Hope, PA 18938
215-794-7598 / valleyvetpa@gmail.com
We are a progressive and efficient multi-location small animal practice looking for a passionate full-time associate to join our growing practice. Owned by two practicing Penn veterinarians and directly managed by the majority partner, we have a competent and friendly team with low staff turnover. We are searching for a new grad to join our team, with hands-on mentorship provided by our experienced veterinary team.
Competent medical, surgical, and dental skills are a plus, and we are excited to mentor a new grad on their medical and surgical skill and proficiency.

Newly graduated veterinarians may apply for this position
$100-120k depending on experience and the agreed-upon work schedule.
Start Date:
Spring/Summer 2023
Practice Type:
Small Animal
4 Veterinarians And 6 Technicians
How to Apply:
Please email your resume and cover letter to ValleyVetPA@gmail.com. Thank you!
Case Load:
The expected schedule would include 4-4.5 weekdays and every other Saturday morning until noon. We see 20 minute appointments, keeping adequate same day appointment availability for urgent care appointments for current patients of our practice. The days are generally a good mix between wellness appointments, follow up appointments for chronically managed cases, and urgent care/sick appointments. A typical workday would be seeing appointments from about 8:40am to noon, performing 1-2 surgeries (depending on surgical proficiency, surgery length, etc), and then seeing appointments from about 3-6pm.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, matching retirement plan, CE, and more.
Additional Comments:
We offer a fully computerized record system with the capability to access the entire system remotely, allowing charts to be completed and lab results called from out of the office when needed. However, our staff is trained to consult with the doctor on staff when questions arise. Our facilities offer in-house blood work capabilities, advanced surgical and anesthetic monitoring equipment, digital radiology, ultrasound, cryotherapy, tonometry, and cold laser therapy.  We perform all routine surgical procedures, including spays/neuters, mass/tumor removals, mastectomies, dental surgery/extractions, eyelid surgeries, enucleations, toe/tail amputations, c-sections, bladder surgery, etc. We perform more advanced abdominal surgery (gastrotomies, splenectomies, enterotomies, etc) on a limited basis. We work closely with a few local rescues, performing pot-bellied pig spays/neuters and performing heartworm treatments on rescue dogs. We strongly value work-life balance, and our entire team routinely finishes work and leaves for the day by close (6pm Monday-Thursday, 5pm Friday). After hours emergencies are referred to nearby 24-hour emergency and speciality hospitals.