|Leading Oklahoma Feline Hospital Seeks Associate Veterinarian
|Date Posted||Friday, 18 July 2008|
The Cat Clinic of Norman
1000 E. Alameda, Suite 122
Norman, OK 73071
|Job Description||Leading Oklahoma Feline Hospital Seeks Associate Veterinarian
The Cat Clinic of Norman is a progressive, full-service veterinary hospital in a vibrant, diverse, family-friendly university town. Our goal is exceptional rather than just adequate health for our patients, so we take the time to educate our clients and perform thorough exams (we schedule 30+ minutes for general appointments). We try to treat each cat as if it were our own. We offer in-house diagnostics (including two Vetscan chemistry analyzers, iStat, research-grade microscope, digital refractometer, and Doppler BP); ultrasound (with our own GE Logiq Book); portable X-ray with automatic processor; ECG, pulse ox, and NiBP surgical monitoring; heated surgery table and recovery kennels; top-of-the-line dental equipment; and a spacious (2,300 sq. ft; built in 2001), spotless, bark-free facility designed just for cats. Two emergency clinics in town handle after-hours emergencies.
Salary is negotiable. Benefits include production-based pay (with guaranteed base); paid CE; professional licenses; AVMA, AAFP, OVMA & VIN memberships; generous personal leave; relocation assistance; and an efficient, close-knit support staff. New grads and established veterinarians interested in specializing in feline medicine are encouraged to apply.
Norman, Oklahoma, was named the sixth best place to live by CNN/Money in 2008. Norman boasts a vibrant economy, a low cost of living, and the state’s top school system. Norman is home to the University of Oklahoma and a proud heritage of college sports; a wide variety of restaurants, including many ethnic restaurants; film, music, and cultural festivals; plenty of shopping; and numerous parks, including Lake Thunderbird, a 6,000-acre state park offering fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, and camping. If that’s not enough, Oklahoma City and Will Rogers International Airport are just minutes away, and Dallas is about 2.5 hours to the south.
Cat Clinic owner Letrisa Miller, MS, DVM, a 1998 OSU-CVHS grad, believes strongly in the importance of mentorship and is committed to working closely with new associates. Dr. Miller is a board member of the AAFP, as well as a member of the AAFP guidelines committee and a past chair (and current member) of the AAFP research committee. In 2006, Dr. Miller’s poster presenting a novel treatment protocol for feline chronic sinus infections was named Best Poster at the fall AAFP conference in Toronto.
For more information about The Cat Clinic of Norman, please visit our website, www.catclinicofnorman.com , or contact Dr. Letrisa Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax, 405-307-8677. We look forward to hearing from you!
|Qualifications||New graduates welcome to apply.|
|How to Apply||For more information about The Cat Clinic of Norman, please visit our website, www.catclinicofnorman.com, or contact Dr. Letrisa Miller at email@example.com or by fax, 405-307-8677. We look forward to hearing from you!|
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Letrisa Miller, MS, DVM
Contact Phone: 405-307-8606
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