The Waller Equine Hospital is seeking an associate veterinarian. The caseload for the position is 60% ambulatory and 40% in-house. The ideal candidate would have an interest in reproduction and sports medicine and completion of an internship is desirable. The emergency caseload of the hospital is shared equally with four other veterinarians and while on emergency duty, no daytime work is scheduled.
The position offers full benefits and compensation is based on a base salary plus production.
The Waller Equine Hospital has two surgeons and three associate veterinarians on staff and the barn is staffed with technicians 24 hours per day to monitor and care for hospitalized patients.
About the Waller Equine Hospital
The Waller Equine Hospital is surgical referral center and general practice that has been in operation for 19 years on the northwest side of Houston. The clinic is situated on 8 acres and has a 20-stall barn, an isolation stall, a surgical suite, two recovery stalls, two exam areas, a breeding area, and several paddocks.
About Waller Equine Hospital
Waller Equine Hospital was founded as a referral surgical center in 2001. We grew very quickly into a full service hospital and referral center, and provide primary care as well. We are located in Waller, TX northwest of Houston. We have small town living with the convenience of the big city within 30 minutes. The practice employs 25 staff members including, two equine surgeons, three general practitioners, five LVT’s, four board eligible LVT's, 11 other support staff members both part time and front office staff. The equine facilities include a large surgery suite, 2 recovery stalls, 20 stall barn, equine isolation unit, 12 paddocks, and 2 pastures. Our barn is staffed with a 24 hour support staff technician team, who monitors and cares for hospitalized patients alerting the doctors when needed.
Our hospital offers an opportunity with diagnostic equipment such as digital radiography both in hospital and in the field, video endoscopy, gastroscopy, abaxis chemistry and cell count machines, ultrasonography, arthroscopy, laparoscopy, large surgical suite with gas anesthesia and positive pressure ventilation as well as electrocardiogram, blood gas analysis, direct blood pressure monitoring, pulse ox, and end tidal co2.