Care Center, located in Cincinnati, OH, is currently seeking a full-time Veterinary Hospitalist to join its successful, growing team! This person will work with the emergency team, assisting in the intake and management of hospitalized emergency patients, creating and recommending treatment plans, maintaining and updating medical records and facilitating transfers to the appropriate specialty service as needed.
Looking to enjoy the best of the Midwest? Come join our amazing team of tenured ER doctors, dedicated specialists and support staff!
The Veterinary Hospitalist will work directly with our emergency and critical care department. Their primary responsibility will be to receive transfers from the emergency veterinarians that require hospitalization. Patients may be transferred on the same day, the following day, or may be discharged by hospitalist on the following day. Secondary responsibility would include receiving minor follow up appointments that come through as “same day emergencies” as well as low acuity emergencies (i.e., urgent care).
Our multi-specialty hospitals in Cincinnati and Centerville have been an ever-present resource in the tri-state area for 20 years. We are expanding our teams in Cincinnati and Dayton during a very exciting time of growth, the Hospitalist is an integral part of our team.
Our Cincinnati location is 21,000 SF with state-of-the-art equipment including Varian Trilogy CFRT and SRS radiation, in-house CT, radioactive iodine therapy, digital radiography, ultrasonography, echocardiography, minimally invasive surgery and interventional radiology. Our Centerville (Dayton) location recently tripled in size in our brand new, 15,000 SF hospital with all the latest equipment including CT and MRI as well as Internal Medicine, Surgery, Anesthesia, Medical Oncology, and Radiology, with Neurology and Cardiology coming soon!
We are AAHA Accredited, earning both Traditional and Referral Accreditation - the only veterinary hospitals in the region that hold such distinction of dual-accreditation.
We consider our greatest asset to be the exceptional staff who make Care Center an enjoyable, stimulating and professional, yet fun work environment. At Care Center, all disciplines work together to care for our patients. We believe an integrated approach to patient care benefits our patients, clients, referring veterinarians, and our staff. Please visit our website at www.carecentervets.com and view our social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to learn more about us.
Perks offered at Care Center:
Great schedule with focus on work-life balance and longevity
Average of 3 shifts per week
No more than 3 shifts in a row
Scheduled block of 6+ consecutive days off per month
Paid time off
ER doctors provided support staff for record entry
Opportunity to cut soft-tissue surgery if desired
Production-pay for technical staff
Great teaching environment with in-house mentorship training program
Medical Director is Co-Chair of Specialty Advisory Board for NVA CF
In-house Specialty Support with on-call support on evenings and weekends
Free access to a single platform that houses 36+ journals
Monthly in-house Continuing Education and Morbidity & Mortality rounds
Generous annual CE stipend
Pet stipend with eligibility for reimbursement for pet insurance coverage
Paperless medical records using SpecVet EMR and Instinct Treatment Sheet
Progressive use of medical technology, such as ER Express online check-in, Vocera communication systems, etc.
Advanced point-of-care testing including digital cytology, flat-screen mobile ultrasound, blood gas, and full in-house laboratory (CBC, chemistry, urinalysis) etc.
High quality medical equipment for intensive patient care including dedicated Critical Care unit, 360-degree access pet bed, high flow oxygen, and excellent nursing staff!
In-house blood bank with easy access to canine and feline blood products
NVA Overview:NVA is a growing community of general practice clinics, emergency hospitals, equine practices, specialty hospitals, and pet resorts across five countries. Our doctors and pet care teams share best practices, medical knowledge, innovation, and insights. This collaborative approach allows each individual practice and pet resort to do what they do best: service their local community with compassionate, best-in-class care and medicine, to enhance the lives of the animals they love while backed by the support, stability, and leadership of NVA.
DVM or equivalent.
ER, internship-trained, or General Practice experience.
Licensed or eligible for license for the State of Ohio.
Positive attitude and willingness to work with a well-established cohesive team.
Compassion-First and NVA recognize that we share deep-rooted values and priorities. For years, our dedication to Specialty and Emergency medicine has been a common background.
Our groups have long shared the belief that the best patient care comes from championing hospitals in their local communities and supporting the practices and culture that have made them successful. We believe in empowering veterinarians and their teams with deeper resources so they can do more of what’s already working.
Combining our strengths gives us the opportunity to make a lasting and positive impact on the profession, our people, and the care of animals.
As one of the only dedicated Specialty and Emergency groups in the industry, NVA Compassion-First is the trusted partner of hospital teams who are looking for more—more resources to advance their medicine, a greater sense of belonging, and increased opportunities to care for their patients, clients and people.