Western Veterinary Partners is seeking a regional locum DVM to serve hospitals in southern Oregon. Based on our current locations, this role will primarily serve hospitals in Klamath Falls and Medford.
This is a full-time or part-time relief position that is perfect for doctors easily connect with diverse teams and would find fulfillment having a dynamic caseload.
We’re looking to hire a veterinarian who will easily adapt to each hospital’s culture/needs and has hands-on experience working with small animals and exotics.
To be considered for the role, you must be a licensed DVM (or have the ability to become licensed) in Oregon. Veterinarians who have 1-3+ years of clinical experience are encouraged to apply.
Get to know our southern Oregon hospitals:
4 local hospitals within 80 miles of each other (with additional locations coming soon)
All locations have 4-5 associate DVMs
Two sister locations in Klamath Falls (cats, dogs, pocket pets, exotics)
Two locations in Medford (small animal)
Excellent mentorship and collaboration from experienced doctors
Routine GP and advanced services (including advanced dentistry)
Skilled and utilized support staff (including multiple CVTs)
Flexible weekday coverage
9- or 10-hour shifts
No on-call or emergency hours
Our investment in you:
Generous compensation commensurate with experience
$100,000 bonus program
Flexible work schedule
3 weeks PTO with rollover
Annual CE allowance with days to attend
Paid parental leave/bonding time
Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance
Professional development assistance
Paid license renewal fees and membership dues
AVMA PLIT coverage
"Pack Gives Back" initiative (we’ll donate to the charity of your choice!)
Thought-partnership with a talented Medical Advisory Board
Plus much more!
If a varied caseload and opportunity to connect with multiple teams sounds like a dream, apply today to learn more about our hospitals and how you'll be incorporated into their teams!
Western Veterinary Partners is a people-centric veterinary support organization. Our mission is to improve the lives of veterinarians, and help them grow professionally and personally, while providing a supportive environment for team members, families, and their pets. We have several locations throughout the U.S. that are committed to client education and vary between single-doctor and multi-doctor practices.