Alpine Animal Hospital is seeking a Part Time Emergency Veterinarianto join our AAHA-accredited, 24-hour Emergency/Critical Care and Day Practice in beautiful Issaquah, Washington.
Serving Issaquah and the surrounding communities for over 30 years, Alpine Animal Hospital is a well-established hybrid practice dedicated to providing exceptional veterinary care and outstanding customer service.
Alpine Animal Hospital is nestled near gorgeous Lake Sammamishand only steps away from Lake Sammamish State Park and Issaquah Creek. It is a nature lovers dream! In addition to the great outdoors, Issaquah is only a short drive to mountains, award-winning wineries, national forests, professional and college-level sporting events, world class museums, entertainment venues and all that nearby Bellevue and Seattle have to offer!
Our hospital provides a wide range of diagnostic capabilities, including full in-house laboratory, digital radiology, endoscopy, ECG and on-site ultrasound. Doctors are supported by an amazing group of dedicated technicians, client care coordinators, and leadership team with many years of veterinary medicine experience. We value constant growth and learning, open communication, exceptional medicine and a team player mentality. We are seeking a like-minded individual who shares these values and thrives in a fast-paced environment.
The ideal candidate would be willing and able to help grow the Emergency and Critical Care department by offering excellent diagnostic abilities, compassionate client and patient care, and outstanding referring veterinarian communication. Soft tissue surgical skills are a definite plus but mentoring and guidance is provided.
We offer a solid future in a practice with great support staff, a competitive salary with a generous benefits package including:comprehensive health insurance, 401K, paid time off, CE funds, uniforms and a great pet care discount.
Pathways to Community Inc. (PTC) was founded on the Core Values and Vision, that through Relationships, Service, and Support – we can make a difference in the lives of the individuals we serve every day!
James Kruse, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PTC, recognized the importance of relationship-centered supports within the developmental disabilities service field. It was from this principle that the PTC structure and core value system was built. PTC continues to foster a service-oriented environment that promotes independence, growth, and happiness. In order to ensure each individual has every opportunity for success, we have developed what we call the “Path to Success,” a cultural corner stone designed to produce investment and initiate the building of relationships for future stability and growth.
From our person centered approach to our high employee standards, we function out of intentionality so that those we serve receive the highest standard of care.