Seeking an independent, friendly Veterinarian to join our team!
Rye Harrison Veterinary Hospital in Rye, NY is seeking to add a great, full-time doctor to our growing team.
Why Rye Harrison?
We’re focused on making sure our hospital has the right tools to allow our doctor and medical staff the ability to provide excellent service and care. In addition to diagnostic and preventative services, our hospital has a laser surgical unit, diagnostic ultrasound machine, digital X-ray units, for both standard as well as dental radiographs, endoscopic equipment, and high tech monitors for all anesthetic procedures.
Who are we looking for?
Not only do you love dogs and cats, but you are enthusiastic about surgery and have the basics (spay, neuter, dentistry, tumor removals, etc.) covered. You are focused on providing excellent client communication and are committed to delivering the best possible care to the animals of our community. We are looking for a doctor with experience in general practice or internship training and surgical experience. Exotics experience a plus, but not required.
State Veterinary Board License must be in good standing for the state in which they intend to be hired, prior to their start date.
Flexible work schedule, with availability to work some weekends and one holiday for hospitalized patients/boarders
We’re dedicated to your well-being and offer a comprehensive package and professional development opportunities to support your work and home life. These include:
Medical, dental, vision, and prescription drug benefits for you and eligible dependents
Paid time off for full-time employees
Continuing education allowance
We’ll cover your dues, license fees, and AVMA PLIT
About Rye Harrison Veterinary Hospital
Rye Harrison Veterinary Hospital (RHVH) has been offering expert veterinary services for companion and exotic animals in Westchester County, NY; Fairfield County, CT; and surrounding communities for more than three decades. Under the leadership of Dr. Gary Yarnell and Dr. John Pisciotta, our hospital has consistently maintained top accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA); only 17 percent of veterinary hospitals nationwide achieve this distinction.