The Whole Dog Market in Homewood, AL is the first and only full-fledged dog care facility in Alabama. The Whole Dog Market, operated by the Humane Society of the United States of America (HSUS) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), brings first-class, full-fledged dog care to downtown Homestead.
MedVets is looking for an emergency physician to join our team at our Mobile Hospital in AL. Our health team is made up of highly trained technicians and medical leaders who understand what it takes to build a successful emergency service. We offer a team-based approach to emergency care with a focus on patient care and patient safety.
If you are a passionate veterinarian and would like to be part of our family, please do not hesitate to apply. The Patton Chapel team is inspired by a passion to help animals and to have a pleasant and cheerful working environment. If you are interested in belonging to our family, we are happy if you belong to our family. As a like-minded person, you can grow and enjoy working with us to meet your needs for help for your pets.
For more information about MedVet, please visit our website or email barbara lightner @ medvet.com. To submit a confidential resume or learn more, call Dr. Hank Lee at (888) 543-5555 or call the Veterinary Medical Center Patton Chapel at (704) 642-4357.
If you can communicate well, work excellently in a fast-paced work environment, take care of your pets with passion and enjoy working in a state-of-the-art facility, join our energetic and friendly team. If it is part of your philosophy to give your pet a happy, healthy, pain-free life, that is the job for you as long as you enjoy it.
If you need help for your pet, call the emergency room of your choice and check the availability of specialists such as a cardiologist or surgeon.
In some areas, pet owners can look for existing veterinary practices and choose one that meets their needs. You should be able to provide a list of potential clinics that offer 24-hour medical care, and you can limit your search for emergency veterans. While some veterinarians are open during regular office hours, some emergency physicians can take in their clients at weekends when most clinics are closed or at weekends.
Use the right keywords, name and city to find the nearest clinic that suits your pet's needs, as well as a list of local veterinarians.
Emergency visits to Birmingham vary depending on the severity of your pet's condition and the treatment it receives. If your pets have already had problems with their GP or veterinarian, contact them and ask for emergency medical attention.
Since you can search for anything online, it is easy to find pet care facilities in case of a pet emergency. If you already have a plan to take your pet to the nearest clinic, you can save a lot of precious time. Even if the emergency is an unplanned incident, eVet can help to ensure that your veterinarian's practice works smoothly. Whether you are a veterinarian or an animal owner in Alabama, if you are in an emergency situation, we can help you run your veterinary office smoothly at any time!
We believe that the animal comes first and would like to focus our attention on caring for their needs. As such, we can look after a wide range of animals and help with all kinds of health problems. We maintain a comfortable and quiet environment to ensure that all our pets have a relaxed visit. At Patton Chapel, we pride ourselves on meeting the needs of all animals, not only our own pets, but also those of other animals in our community.
We are equipped with a hospital, but we are also equipped for cases that require surgery, such as heart disease, cancer, heart attacks and heart failure. We participate in training events and stay up to date with the latest veterinary news and information in Birmingham, Alabama.
Develop the relationship with the client, determine their needs and wishes and provide high quality care while minimizing the stress and discomfort of the patient. Educate customers about health care, including vaccines and appropriate foods. Provide your customers with diagnoses of pet problems and explain physical examination results. Creation and presentation of treatment plans for pets at the customer's premises and assistance in the development of paraprofessional teams to ensure the best possible care for the health and welfare of the pet and the safety of the animal.
If you notice anything unusual or not on the list above, please contact your veterinarian. It may be necessary to consult your veterinarian for the best insurance cover for your pet. Care Credit is used to extend a credit line to cover the medical costs of a pet for a short period of time, up to a maximum of three years.