Bay Area Pet Hospital is a privately owned emergency referral hospital. With the support of local referring clinics, we see emergency and critical care cases from across Northern Michigan.
The Traverse City area is a beautiful small town located on Grand Traverse Bay (part of Lake Michigan). We are considered a vacation town by much of the state and many of the locals see no reason to ever leave. It is home to Northern Michigan College, dozens of beaches, lakes, rivers, hiking trails and both downhill and Nordic skiing. It is a huge foodie town and boasts dozens of microbreweries, many of which can be reached by water via the “Paddle for Pints” route.
The full time emergency veterinarian position is scheduled 3 overnight shifts per week. This position is responsible for monitoring of hospitalized inpatients and treating incoming emergencies, including emergency surgeries and procedures.
Benefits of working with us include a flexible schedule, colleagues that help each other both with cases and with shift swaps, and an outstandingly knowledgeable and technically skilled support staff that makes coming to work fun. We also offer a competitive salary, generous CE allowance and PTO, paid vacation time and sick days. Employer paid health insurance, VIN membership, state licensing and DEA license dues.
Requirements for this position include a knowledge and passion for emergency and critical care medicine, the ability to communicate clearly and compassionately with our clients, and the ability to delegate tasks to your support staff.
1 year prior experience in an Emergency Hospital or completion of an emergency inclusive rotating small animal internship
About Bay Area Pet Hospital
Bay Area Pet Hospital is a quality-focused general practice with 24/7 emergency services. We are located in beautiful downtown Traverse City, MI. We are the only hospital in the area to offer overnight monitoring of all hospitalized pets. We work with local veterinarians, providing after hours care to their patients and refer clients back to rDVM once the pet is stabilized.