Arizona Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Center
Location: Peoria, Arizona
Type: Full Time
DVM or equivalent
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 15008
Come and be part of a 16,000 square foot state-of-the-art hospital at Arizona Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Center located in beautiful Peoria, AZ. Our Emergency & Critical Care hospital offers three sister sites and serves the fast-growing Peoria, Glendale, Goodyear, and Buckeye areas of Northwest Phoenix.
Our hospitals have created a reputation for their market-leading emergency care, strong culture and established internship program.
Come join a highly supportive and teamwork-oriented environment and strive to provide the highest level of patient care.
Continued learning at all levels is our passion. Intern lecture series and resident rounds are held every week with remote access. Cage-side rounds are in-depth and focus on definitive and total patient care.
What’s In It for You?
Leverage Your Talented Colleagues and Specialists Our team will consist of a high number of other Emergency DVM’s and consultation with specialists within Surgery, Internal Medicine, Dentistry, Cardiology, and Radiology. We will have a brigade of partnering Technicians, Assistants and Doctor Assistants.
High-Quality Talent & Medicine We honor a tried and true screening & hiring process. All of our doctor staff are internship-trained or have a minimum of 3 years of ER experience, panel interviewed and complete working interviews prior to coming on board. You will work alongside the best of the best in our profession.
Our medical practices are unsurpassed. You will be able to provide first-rate and incomparable service to your clients and pets.
Shifts available include 2P-2A, 4P-2A, 7P7A and 9P-7A.
Do you prefer four – 10 hour shifts, or three – 12 hour shifts?
$3,000 in CE funds
$3,000 in Compassion Care used at your discretion
Full access to NVA’s Journal Library consisting of 36+ journals (and growing) in a single platform
Reimbursed AZ State License Fee
Paid DEA Licensure
Paid PLIT coverage (with Defense)
Paid memberships to VECCS, AVMA, AzVMA
3% 401(k) match
Paid monthly subscription to TalkSpace with Benefits enrollment
Free access to a single platform of 36+ journals
Staffed full diagnostic laboratory with telecytology capabilities for rapid turnaround
Located about 30 minutes northwest of downtown Phoenix, Peoria was established in 1886 as a humble agricultural community. Since incorporating on June 7, 1954, Peoria has blossomed as a rapidly-growing, modern city that offers a high quality of living in the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert.
Peoria is home to Lake Pleasant Regional Park - a true an oasis in the desert. The 23,000 acre park is home to two marinas and is a popular spot for boating, fishing, water skiing, kayaking, camping, and even scuba diving!
Our residents enjoy access to 570 acres of parks including 36 neighborhood parks and three large community parks. Explore more than 60 miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails.
When it comes to entertainment, Peoria is hard to beat! We offer Spring Training baseball, two community theatres, an art museum, and a year-round calendar of festivals and special events. Our P83 Entertainment District offers a wide variety of local restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options for the whole family.
NVA Overview:NVA is a growing community of general practice clinics, emergency hospitals, equine practices, specialty hospitals, and pet resorts across five countries. Our doctors and pet care teams share best practices, medical knowledge, innovation, and insights. This collaborative approach allows each individual practice and pet resort to do what they do best: service their local community with compassionate, best-in-class care and medicine, to enhance the lives of the animals they love while backed by the support, stability, and leadership of NVA.
Completed 1 year rotating internship and/or minimum of 3 years ER experience.
About Arizona Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Center
Compassion-First and NVA recognize that we share deep-rooted values and priorities. For years, our dedication to Specialty and Emergency medicine has been a common background.
Our groups have long shared the belief that the best patient care comes from championing hospitals in their local communities and supporting the practices and culture that have made them successful. We believe in empowering veterinarians and their teams with deeper resources so they can do more of what’s already working.
Combining our strengths gives us the opportunity to make a lasting and positive impact on the profession, our people, and the care of animals.
As one of the only dedicated Specialty and Emergency groups in the industry, NVA Compassion-First is the trusted partner of hospital teams who are looking for more—more resources to advance their medicine, a greater sense of belonging, and increased opportunities to care for their patients, clients and people.
The Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association is the recognized voice of veterinary medicine in Nebraska. We organize local and statewide events for professional development, networking, and communications.