Cornell University Veterinary Specialists (CUVS) is seeking an experienced and/or internship-trained Emergency Doctor to join our Emergency-Critical Care Department. As an independent subsidiary of Cornell University, our hospital combines the best aspects of academic practice with the best aspects of private practice to create a unique hospital model. Our missions are to provide exceptional and innovative medicine within a patient-centered model of care, while providing concierge-level service that respects the needs of the client and the referring veterinarian, and to further the education of veterinary professionals. Our level 1 VECCS-certified ECC Department that has the staff, expertise, tools and technology for optimum patient care and clinical efficiency. The department includes an Emergency Service and a dedicated ICU, staffed by a talented team that includes several veterinary technician specialists and client liaisons. We are fully equipped with in-house lab (including COP and TEG), ultrasound, and capabilities for mechanical ventilation, direct pressure monitoring, TPN, etc. The hospital also has advanced flexible and rigid endoscopy, digital radiology suites, CT, and C-arm fluoroscopy. A typical week for an Emergency Doctor is 3 shifts that approximate 40 hours per week. Emergency Doctors are supported by criticalists 7 days per week as well as an on-call criticalist, surgeon, internist and backup technician. CUVS has board-certified specialists in Emergency-Critical Care (3), Internal Medicine (3), Surgery (2), Oncology, Ophthalmology, Dentistry & Oral Surgery, Cardiology, Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, as well as advanced Interventional Radiology-Endoscopy and an ECC residency program. Our doctors are a cohesive team of clinicians who strongly believe in a positive, supportive culture that promotes the best in all of us. The culture promotes professional growth through collaboration as well as journal club, M&M rounds, and our educational series for veterinarians. In addition, Emergency Doctors can benefit from our intensive resident training. Located in Harbor Point, Stamford, on Connecticut’s “Gold Coast”, the area offers beauty, a rich cultural experience, and myriad water and other outdoor activities. We are 45 minutes from Manhattan and minutes from commuter trains and the Interstate, offering easy access to other parts of New England and the Northeast. CUVS offers an outstanding ProSal compensation package, including matching 401k, medical, dental, pet, disability and life insurance, as well as CE allowance. Access to Cornell’s electronic library and subscriptions is provided. CUVS is a great place to practice at your best. Individuals with a passion for their work, a strong sense of collaboration and teamwork, and an appreciation for diversity are strongly encouraged to apply. Please contact: Dr. Susan Hackner, BVSc, MRCVS, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVECC, Chief Medical Officer, at email@example.com
As the largest university-affiliated veterinary referral center in the country, Cornell University Veterinary Specialists redefines the delivery of veterinary specialty and emergency medicine by bringing together the best of specialty private practice with the best of academia to benefit pets, owners, and the profession. We provide exceptional medical care by integrating the latest medical and sci...entific advances with personalized, collaborative and efficient service. We are purely a referral and emergency center and do not offer general practice. We are here to assist our referring veterinarians, not to compete with them.Our mission is to provide the most sophisticated and compassionate patient care to our clients, to contribute to the advancement of companion animal medicine and to contribute to our community.We are affiliated with one of the world’s leading academic institutions, and are committed to a culture of lifelong learning and teaching. We have an active Career Development Program to help each of our team members reach their maximum potential. We are also actively engaged in the continuing education of veterinarians, technicians, and the pet-owning public.