Wilvet Salem is hiring Veterinarians! We provide quality medicine and surgery in a true ER, boasting great teams and a supportive culture. Last year, our founding doctors combined decades of experience and a proven business model to open a much needed new urgent care, critical care and emergency hospital in Salem, Oregon. This has quickly grown into a busy practice serving nearly 10,000 pets so far in the Northern Willamette Valley.
Design for emergency flow, we have a large open treatment room designed for emergency flow, with multiple wet tables and exam tables, separate canine and feline waiting rooms as well as separate hospital wards for each species, an isolation ward, 6 exam rooms, a surgery suite with two tables, and a comfort room. Our hospital is designed to treat your patients with the best medicine and your clients with compassion in a comfortable, efficient environment.
We have access to the latest technology to diagnose and treat your patients including a CT and ultrasounds to the radiologist on site. Multiple anesthetic machines, advanced monitoring, ventilator, many oxygen drop down/access points, an oxygen chamber and cageside equipment is available to manage even the most difficult cases. Radiology, ultrasonography and in house labwork will help you to run and view diagnostics immediately for your critical and hospitalized patients.
Our technicians and assistants are experienced at ER flow and dedicated ICU nurses watch over your patients carefully. Our staff includes many with decades of performing and assisting with advanced procedures as well as critical patient care, advanced anesthetic monitoring, obtaining accurate diagnostics and clear, professional client communication.
Oregon has much to offer, and we value your time away from work to recharge! Our flexible schedule supports time away from work for your family or your pursuits.
Our compensation package is generous and production has been at record levels in the beautiful Willamette Valley. Production based pay, continual education, training partnerships and a commitment to the best medicine will make this a valuable experience for both new veterinarians and experienced emergency doctors