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Estimated Pay $50 per hour
Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location Crystal River, Florida

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About Heartland Veterinary Partners
Heartland Veterinary Partners (“HVP”) invests in and partners with veterinary practice owners looking to improve their quality of life in a hospital ownership transition.  Our mission is to improve the lives of veterinarians.  By affiliating with HVP, owners are able to take advantage of attractive operational benefits and economies of scale while maintaining clinical autonomy.  HVP provides non-clinical support functions such as recruiting & human resources, marketing, procurement, payables management, accounting & finance, and information technology.

Heartland Servant Leader Competencies
  • Authentic Listening - Continually listening with an open mind and heart to what is said and unsaid.
  • Building Community –Bringing team members together and mobilizing them around our collective purpose and commitment to our communities.
  • Commitment to the Growth of the People – Dedicated to the personal and professional growth and development of our team members.
  • Conceptualization -Forward thinking and approaching work and challenges with an end-to-end view.
  • Empathy – Demonstrating empathy and understanding with others, approaching everything assuming positive intentions.
  • Foresight – Taking the past, the present, and the future decision-making process.
  • Healing – Focusing on the emotional and physical health of our team members.  Offering support and solutions to ensure our team members have balance.
  • Persuasion – Building group consensus and buy-in.
  • Self-Awareness – Conscious knowledge of personal character, emotions, intentions, and leadership impact.
  • Stewardship – Concern for our team members, customers, communities, and the organization as a whole and making good use of all that is available to provide appropriate support.

Essential Responsibilities
  • Examine and treat companion animals to detect and determine the nature of disease or injuries.
  • Operate diagnostic equipment and collect diagnostic samples as well as interpret results.
  • Advise pet owners on preventative care and treatment options.
  • Perform surgery and prescribe medication as needed.
  • Provide counsel around pet end of life care.
  • Maintain patients’ medical records.
  • Ensures compliance with veterinary ethics and relevant statues, policies, and procedures.

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from an accredited AVMA institution.
  • Appropriate state licensure.
  • Eligibility to obtain DEA/BNDD.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrates professional and courteous presentation consistently with staff and clients.
  • Ability to lift patients and carry equipment up to 25 pounds; ability to lift patients or carry equipment over 25 pounds with assistance.

Benefits Offered
  • Paid time off
  • Health insurance; dental insurance; vision insurance
  • Retirement benefits (401k, Roth k and matching)
  • Bonus incentives
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Career and professional development
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • DVM Referral Program