Burke Veterinary Clinic in Burke, VA is looking for an associate veterinarian to join our growing practice. We are a full-service, multi-doctor hospital that provides quality veterinary care and preventive medicine for dogs and cats. Our doctors enjoy practicing in an inviting facility equipped for most soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries, digital x-ray, digital dental x-ray, and an in-house lab. The caring team, which includes LVTs and certified Fear Free members, are dedicated to our patients, clients, and community. We take great pride in our community connections, working with numerous organizations, including Guiding Eyes for the Blind, Guide Dog Foundation, Canine Companions for Independence, and Veterans Moving Forward. Get to know us better here!
This is an ideal opportunity for an experienced veterinarian looking to practice in one of the best areas of the country, supported by well-educated clients and an amazing group of vets, specialties, and referrals all available nearby.
Burke is a great place to live and work in Northern Virginia. Conveniently located close to Washington, D.C. and Olde Towne Alexandria, the area provides plenty of opportunities to explore, such as our nation’s capital, dining, theater, music, outdoor parks, beaches, the Potomac River, and more. Whether history or entertainment is your passion, you'll find an abundance of both in this northern Virginia gem!
We are a family of practices with a long history and reputation that separates us from others - see what all the buzz is about! We support our veterinarians with superior salary, benefits including health and dental, 401(k), CE allowance, vacation, dues, liability coverage, outstanding practice teams, and a family friendly atmosphere.
Internal Number: Burke VA
About Burke Veterinary Clinic
Burke Veterinary Clinic opened its doors in 1979, just as the Burke community was beginning to develop. The practice provides comprehensive medical care for dogs and cats. We stress preventive medicine, but are fully prepared to diagnose and treat all manner of illnesses.
The practice provides complete veterinary care at no charge, and significantly reduced cost for puppies-in-training, for numerous organizations, including Guiding Eyes for the Blind, Guide Dog Foundation, Canine Companions for Independence, and Veterans Moving Forward. The doctors work closely with local wildlife rehabilitators, seeing orphaned and injured squirrels on a regular basis. The staff also provides pro bono orthopedic surgery for adoptable animals from several of the area’s animal shelters. The clinic participates in community service projects including volunteering for the Route One Corridor Housing Project, and the Lorton Community Action Center.