Mount Laurel Animal Hospital is currently recruiting for multiple specialist positions and specialty technician positions as we prepare for our hospital expansion. We are looking to hire a second criticalist, a second internist, a full time ophthalmologist, and a radiologist to join our team as our practice continues to grow.
Our privately-owned hospital is located in beautiful Mount Laurel, New Jersey. We proudly hold the titles of Best Veterinarian In South Jersey (Burlington County Times) as well as 2015, 2016, and 2017 Best Places To Work (Monster Jobs)! We are the premier critical care and referral center for Southern New Jersey and the surrounding areas. We have been serving the South Jersey community since 1976 providing compassionate and progressive veterinary care for a wide range of companion pets and exotics.
We currently have over 30 practicing doctors and a support staff of over 120 employees. We feature specialty care and additional services including full time internal medicine, two full time surgeons, full time medical oncology, full time critical care, full time behavioral medicine, and part time cardiology and ophthalmology.
Our hospital is equipped with Snyder cages, mechanical vent, NIBP/DABP monitoring, blood gas analysis, and transfusion therapy. We have a 64 Slice Toshiba CT onsite and we are in the midst of a large hospital expansion which will include a dedicated ICU to manage our critical cases, MRI, and specialty surgical unit. We look forward to investing in the equipment to continue to develop a premier specialty practice as we complete our addition. Mount Laurel Animal Hospital provides a fast-paced and collaborative environment. We are dedicated to providing the highest standard of medical care along with excellent customer service.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including medical, dental, 401K match, and disability for full-time team members. Additionally, you will enjoy flexible scheduling, uniforms, and continuing education allowance. Our ideal candidate will be board certified (or completed residency training) in critical care, internal medicine, ophthalmology, or radiology and possess a positive attitude, be results oriented and have excellent communication skills. They will also accept the challenges and commitment of the growing practice. The selected individual should also be willing to become an active member of our community both professionally and personally.
To learn more about our hospital visit our website mlahvet.com or like us on facebook!
Please contact Dr. Christopher Torre at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information