Our 11-doctor practice in Atlanta Georgia is looking to hire our 12th! We offer flexibility with scheduling, support, and guidance from all of our doctors, and the freedom to practice quality medicine the way you see best for your patients. Our practice (private, non-corporate) encourages growth and development of our veterinarians, which allows for unique CE opportunities, new equipment, and time off for continued learning opportunities. In addition, we are always open to new ideas, treatment considerations, and medications.
Our office is modern and efficient with 10 exam rooms. This allows us to see all of our clients in a relaxed setting to give them the care they deserve.
Our veterinarians enjoy all of the usual benefits of being an associate (CE, paid vacation, retirement plan, insurance, payment of licenses), but our practice offers so much more that cannot be put into a contract. The ability to practice high-quality veterinary medicine in a safe and supportive environment, the resources for growth and challenge, flexible scheduling, and a unique caseload, make Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital a great place to work!
Please feel free to contact me or any of our associate veterinarians if you have further questions.
Primary Responsibilities:
The Associate Veterinarian is expected to diagnose, treat, or research diseases and injuries of animals. (All medical-related services and all client communication services associated with medical issues). The Associate Veterinarian reports to the Hospital Owner, and is a member of, and accountable to the Hospital’s Management Team. The role embodies the Hospital’s number one priority of making a positive difference in people’s lives by taking extraordinary care of their pets.
Essential Functions:
1. Examine animals to detect and determine the nature of diseases or injuries.
2. Diagnosis disease
3. Treat sick or injured animals by prescribing medication, setting bones, dressing wounds, or performing surgery.
4. Collect body tissue, feces, blood, urine, or other body fluids for examination and analysis.
5. Inoculate animals against various diseases such as rabies or distemper.
6. Counsel clients about the deaths of their pets or about euthanasia decisions for their pets.
7. Operate diagnostic equipment, such as radiographic or ultrasound equipment, and
interpret the resulting images.
8. Advise
animal owners regarding sanitary measures, feeding, general care, medical
conditions, or treatment options.
9. Educate
the public about diseases that can be spread from animals to humans.
10. Educate clients on husbandry and proper care of
young, middle-aged, and older pets
11. Educate clients of behavioral problems in pets
12. Attend lectures, conferences, or continuing
education courses.
13. Establish or conduct quarantine or testing
procedures that prevent the spread of diseases to other animals or to humans
and that comply with applicable government regulations.
14. Euthanize animals.
15. Train or supervise workers who handle or care
for animals.
16. Research diseases to which animals could be
17. Plan or execute animal nutrition or reproduction
18. Perform administrative or business management
tasks, such as scheduling appointments, accepting payments from clients,
budgeting, or maintaining business records.
19. Using scientific rules and methods to solve
20. Using logic and reasoning to identify the
strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions, or approaches to
21. Understanding written sentences and paragraphs
in work-related documents.
22. Talking to others to convey information
23. Giving full attention to what other people are
saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as
appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
24. Actively looking for ways to help people.
25. Being aware of others’ reactions and
understanding why they react as they do.
26. Adjusting actions in relation to others’
27. Teaching others how to do something.
28. Bringing others together and trying to reconcile
29. Identifying complex problems and reviewing
related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions
30. Answer email from clients, staff, and other
31. Return phone calls from clients, staff, and
32. Going the extra mile for clients
33. Follow up on your cases.
34. Find alternative treatments for owners who
cannot or will not do the first treatment plan offered
35. treat staff, other employees, clients, and pets
with kindness and compassion
36. Writing and maintaining complete medical records

37. Returning phone calls from clients
38. Returning emails from clients.