Tri-County Animal Clinic is seeking an additional full or part-time veterinarian to join our practice. We are a very busy practice with a great staff in beautiful Eastern Kentucky. Our practice is well equipped with in-house labs, digital radiographs, surgical and therapeutic laser. Ability to work at least one Saturday per month is required. Our ideal candidate enjoys working in a fast-paced environment.
Tri-County is part of the PetVet Care Centers group. Our goal is to provide veterinarians with hospitals where they can continue to enjoy the feel of a private practice while benefiting from corporate backing. We do not re-brand. We leave medical protocol and inventory decisions up to our local DVMs.
Louisa, Kentucky is in the scenic eastern Kentucky foothills, located next to the Big Sandy River and is called the Gem of the Big Sandy. We are 2.5 hours east of Lexington and 1.5 hours west of Charleston, WV. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound with Yatesville Lake providing hiking and wildlife watching. The area is home to bike tours, harvest festivals and fishing weekends.
We offer a great compensation package, including competitive salary, benefits, CE allowance, productivity bonuses, reimbursement of membership dues, relocation assistance, and PTO.
At PetVet Care Centers, our hospitals are managed locally and supported globally through our connected network. We are a group of over 180 hospitals across the country, comprised of general practices, emergency hospitals and specialty centers.
Medical decisions, hiring plans, and inventory choices are made locally. We support individualized special interests, and encourage doctors to continue learning and advancing their skill sets. We offer a top notch benefits package, including generous CE allowances. We want you to take pride in your workplace, and are committed to reinvestment in equipment and facility maintenance, so your environment allows you to practice high-quality medicine.
We are interested in partnering with amazing practices and exemplary veterinarians and staff, in order to provide complete veterinary care in your community.