Are you looking to join a progressive practice located in South Central PA? Does an opportunity to use your leadership skills while working with a skilled and caring staff interest you? Shippensburg Animal Hospital is seeking a full time Medical Director to lead our 3-location, mixed-animal practice. Our eight-veterinarian team has been proudly delivering high quality medical and surgical care to our patients in the Cumberland Valley region for over 50 years.
The Medical Director serves as the clinical leader of the Hospital. He or she is responsible for the ongoing evaluation and management of clinical practices as well as the delivery of patient care. The Medical Director works in partnership with the Practice Manager and CVP to ensure a high standard of medical case management and to provide an excellent experience for our clients and their pets, as well as carrying a clinical caseload similar to your hospital colleagues. By continuing the traditions of outstanding and compassionate care, the Lead Veterinarian will be instrumental in understanding and meeting the hospital’s goals.
The minimum requirements for this position include:
- DVM or VMD degree
- At least 3-4 years of practice experience
- Minimum of 3 years of experience in a supervisory position
- Proven track record of collaborative leadership preferred.
We offer a competitive salary and generous benefits, including medical benefits, vacation and holiday pay, continuing education allowance and 401k.
Join our team in an exciting environment where the needs of the patients are put first with ample opportunity for future personal growth. The quality of life in south central PA and its semi-rural environment in close proximity to major urban areas offer the best of both worlds!
Community Veterinary Partners (CVP) mission is to bring joy to families by providing the best care possible to the pets they love. A growing community of 100+ animal hospitals in the Eastern US, CVP empowers our veterinary professionals by providing unwavering support services that allows them to get back to what they love doing the most – caring for pets.