Yukon Veterinary Hospital is a well-established, fast-paced three doctor small animal practice in Yukon, Oklahoma. We offer many services to provide the best comprehensive care to our patients, including preventative care, urgent care, surgery, dentistry, laser therapy, ultrasonagraphy, in-house diagnostics, digital radiology, boarding, grooming and more.
Located on historic Route 66 in the rapidly growing community of Yukon, Yukon Veterinary Hospital is just minutes from Oklahoma City. The public schools are highly rated, and the town is in the top three safest cities in the state, making Yukon an ideal place to raise a family. Yukon also has a very active social calendar with numerous downtown events happening throughout the year.
We’re looking for:
Part Time or Full Time Veterinarian
Compassionate, Team Player and Strong Communicator
Proficient in general medicine and surgery
Experience preferred but new graduates seeking mentorship are encouraged to apply!
We offer our Veterinarians:
Comprehensive Benefits (paid vacation/sick time/holidays (25+ days), bonuses, health, dental, vision, liability, 401K, life & supplemental insurance, employee assistance program & personal pet care discounts)
Doctor of Veterinary degree, or equivalent, from an accredited university
Current DEA License or obtained upon hire
Active Veterinary State License
USDA Accreditation or obtained upon hire
WE ARE A DRUG-FREE, SMOKE-FREE, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Company Policy & Federal & State Laws Forbid Discrimination Because of Age, Color, Race, Religion, Sex, Disability, Sexual Orientation or National Origin
About Alliance Animal Health
Alliance Animal Health is a network of general practice and emergency hospitals as individual as you, and we like it that way! Our network of highly skilled partners and associate veterinarians work hard to deliver the quality of personalized care and attention that our profession deserves. We pride ourselves on maintaining a culture of open communication and collaboration to remain innovative and cutting edge in today’s veterinary environment without disrupting the medical autonomy of our qualified veterinarians.