Ridgewood Animal Hospital wants to expand its growing practice in the fast-developing suburb of Martinsville, Virginia. We are looking for experienced veterinarians with experience in veterinary medicine, veterinary care and veterinary training to join our team. In January 2016, a completely new independent hospital will open in a new building on the corner of Main Street and Main Avenue. Full-time or part-time, we need a full-time veterinarian with a background in veterinary medicine, veterinary care, veterinary surgery or veterinary training.
Family Vet is a small animal hospital in Danville, VA that also serves as a veterinary clinic for horses, dogs, cats, horses and other animals with special needs. Our veterinary outpatient services are located in Wise, Va., and we care for horse country. Wise is located at the intersection of Main Street and Main Avenue in the heart of Martinsville Virginia, just a few blocks from Ridgewood.
We are leaders in behavioral medicine and dentistry and are looking for candidates with the characteristics we are looking for in candidates. We offer mentorship, are customer-focused, practice high quality team-based medicine, offer courses and provide complete veterinary services, including a wide range of specialized care for horses, dogs, cats, horses and other animals. Our vets and staff are passionate about the cause and we are proud to support their efforts to be a great place to practice veterinary medicine.
We are looking for a full-time vet who is analytical, detail-oriented, full of personality and who will flourish under the wing of Dr. Smith and who wants to care for and teach what she has learned in her 20-year career. Dr. Park really enjoys every aspect of the veterinary practice and is dedicated to her practice and herb garden and her patients.
She is also a professor at the University of Virginia School of Veterinary Medicine in Danville, where she teaches veterinary medicine, animal health and animal welfare. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science and a Master's degree in Veterinary Sciences from Virginia Commonwealth University, and has also served as a member of the Virginia Veterinary Medical Society and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).
After graduating from Virginia Tech, Dr. Taylor earned her doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Veterinary Medicine in Danville and a master's degree in veterinary science from George Mason University. After graduating, she worked as an assistant in internal medicine for large animals at Virginia Commonwealth University and was certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 1997 for both large animals and internal medicine. She was also a member of the Virginia Veterinary Medical Society and the Animal Welfare Society of America.
At Wise County Animal Hospital, we strive to provide the best care and medicine to all animals we see. Veterinary technicians perform a range of clinical functions under the supervision of experienced veterinarians. Virtually every veterinarian in our hospital is different, so the tasks of veterinary tech can vary from clinic to clinic. As a veterinarian, you are generally expected to support the veterinarian and ensure the welfare of your patients.
Your team works together to ensure that all of our patients live healthy and happy lives, regardless of age, gender, race, gender or other factors.
In 2016, 160 students graduated, more than any other program in the country, and the award-winning team at the Veterinary Academy includes acclaimed veterinarians, vets, doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other health professionals.
Dr. Pollock was a Salutatorian in the Veterinary Class in 2011 and graduated with distinction in May 2011, and in March 2016 he received his doctorate. His veterinary experience includes work at Centreville Animal Hospital and the University of Virginia School of Veterinary Medicine. After his studies, he worked for two years at the Veterinary Academy, first as an assistant professor for veterinary medicine and then as an assistant. He joined Centreville Animal Hospital in January 2016 after graduating from college and three years as deputy director of animal care and veterinary training.
In addition to conventional veterinary medicine, he is also certified for veterinary acupuncture (cVMA) and is passionate about partnering with clients to alleviate pain and tension for their pets and improve their quality of life. He also enjoys working as a team with pet owners to tailor medical care to their personal and individual needs, and he believes that he sees his team as an opportunity to practice veterinary medicine and employ experienced and licensed veterinarians.
Martinsville Veterinary Hospital, a privately owned pet practice, is one of two hospitals in the city of Martinville, Virginia, north of Richmond, VA. It is the second private practice of its kind in Martin County, Va., after growing up in Lynchburg, Va., and the only privately run practice of its kind in Virginia.
Wise and the surrounding area currently have no large vets within reasonable distance, and we would be delighted to welcome one to our practice. Visit our knowledgeable, trained support staff at Martinsville Veterinary Hospital, a federally recognized AAHA hospital located in the heart of Martinville, Virginia, just a few miles north of Richmond, VA.