Central Hospital for Veterinary Medicine (CHVM) in Connecticut seeks a Residency Trained veterinary cardiologist to join our growing specialty and emergency hospital. CHVM is the first facility of its kind to serve the veterinary referral community of Connecticut. Built as an Emergency Center in 1974, we have since opened a 20,000+ sq. ft. state of the art 24-hour facility in North Haven and expanded to a second location along the shoreline in Guilford, CT. CHVM is a VECCS level 1 facility with 24-hour emergency care and specialty departments which include internal medicine, anesthesia, critical care, cardiology, radiology, surgery, exotics, medical oncology, ophthalmology, and physical rehabilitation. We have over 32 full-time doctors and a well-trained, motivated support staff. Our hospital is committed to providing a high level of medical care for our patients while fostering a healthy workplace for employees, including the recent addition of a staff wellness coordinator.
Our cardiology service is equipped with a GE Vivid E9 and GE Vivid IQ echo units with transesophageal capability, two GE Mac HQ 5500 HD electrocardiogram units, a fluoroscopy suite with a Philips Veradius fluoroscopy unit and a well-stocked inventory of interventional equipment, Alba Holter monitoring system with 13 monitors, and both Medtronic and Infiniti pacemaker interrogation units. Both of our intensive care facilities include Fukuda Dynascope telemetry with simultaneous monitoring of up to 4 patients in each location, biphasic defibrillators and Snyder oxygen cages.
New Haven is a small but vibrant city famous for its pizza, with numerous excellent restaurants and a diverse arts and culture scene. New Haven is also the home of Yale University, a world-renowned academic institution that contributes to the dynamic cultural and intellectual life of the city. New Haven and the nearby local towns have access to the Long Island Sound with beautiful beaches and water views. There is plenty of local hiking, skiing, kayaking, and other outdoor activities. We are located less than 1.5 hours from New York City, easily accessible by train, and approximately 3 hours from Boston.
This position offers the recruited candidate excellent pay including a competitive base salary plus production, a retirement match, medical, dental, and vision insurance with optional health savings or a flexible spending account, as well as compensation for licensing and professional memberships/dues. A continuing education stipend and paid vacation are also standard.
For further information regarding our hospital, please visit our webpage at www.centralpetvet.com, or our Facebook page. Please contact our hospital director or medical director below if you are considering an application, or for more information, our cardiologist is happy to answer questions directly and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leyenda Harley, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), Medical Director
Office: (203) 865-0878
Cell: (646) 599-7233
Mr. Ken Aldrich, Hospital Director
Office: (203) 865-0878
Cell: (203) 500-0486
All inquiries are confidential.