Sycamore Veterinary Hospital has been a trusted name in the veterinary field for over 30 years. We are currently looking to add to our team! We are seeking a part time or full time Associate Veterinarian to join our two-doctor practice. Experienced doctors, as well as confident new grads, are welcome to apply!
As a member of our family, your passion for medicine and compassion for pets and people is matched with a commitment to your professional growth. Our hospital provides services including, but not limited to, preventative care, soft-tissue surgery (laser and non), an in-house full diagnostic laboratory, chronic disease management, digital radiology, and dental care, with the option to expand into fields such as ultrasound, laser therapy, rehabilitation, behavior, and clinical trials. You will also have the opportunity to work with local shelters and rescue organizations.
Qualified candidates for this role will be a DVM or VMD and must hold or be able to obtain a Pennsylvania license.
We offer a competitive salary, medical, dental, vision insurance, retirement benefits and other fringe benefits along with a generous continuing education allowance.
About Sycamore Veterinary Hospital
Sycamore Veterinary Hospital in Newtown, Pennsylvania, is a full service, small animal hospital providing preventative care, disease management, and surgery for dogs and cats. Our Mission is to be there for our clients by providing unparalleled medical care in an atmosphere of uncompromising compassion so our patients live long and healthy lives.
Sycamore Veterinary Hospital was established in 1979 and has been caring for pets ever since. Our long-standing technicians and staff have dedicated their lives to creating animal care continuity from birth to geriatric. Dr. Brittany Weiss and Dr. Saul Neubauer provide experience, enthusiasm, and energy in patient care. The hospital advances and stays in the forefront of patient treatment and diagnosis using advanced equipment including in house laboratory, digital radiology, and laser surgery.