Privately Owned Speciality Hospital Seeking Veterinary Internist
So you’re a Veterinary Internist who wants it all: a thriving career, time for your family, and opportunities to enjoy all that you’ve worked to attain, but you’re finding the traditional, corporate work/life model is not supporting that goal. This post may be the answer to your unspoken desires.
***Work 3-4 days a week in a smaller, low-stress setting. No on-call if desired.***
We’ve built it:
An MRI machine
A CT machine
A complete Storz laparoscopy tower
Now, we’re just waiting for you to come:
- To a privately owned hospital between Austin and San Antonio, Texas
- 24/7 Emergency Department for overnight care
- Currently staffing a neurology department, a rehabilitation department, and an integrative medicine department to support your cases
Details for you:
Excellent, guaranteed salary plus commission option.
Monthly child care stipend
Student debt repayment arrangement.
Favorable CE allowance; vacation, PTO, insurance, dues paid, 401k.
Compensation: Production base with no negative accrual
A choice between two medical plans with prescription drug benefits
Dental and vision coverage available
CE stipend and days off
All professional dues and licensure covered
Paid time off / holidays
Short term disability available
More about New Braunfels, Texas
Since 1845, the city of New Braunfels has provided a unique and diverse quality of life for its residents, visitors, and business community. Known for its German and Hispanic heritages, New Braunfels covers roughly 45 square miles, has a growing population nearing 100,000, and has been named one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation while also being named one of the best 50 places to live in the United States.
Nestled at the edge of the Texas Hill Country, New Braunfels is conveniently located between the San Antonio and Austin metro areas along the I-35 corridor. Two idyllic rivers, the Comal and the Guadalupe run through the heart of New Braunfels, which is also just a short drive from the boating and fishing offered at Canyon Lake. The city features 41 local parks, including the 62-acre Fischer Park overlooking the city and the 51-acre Landa Park located within walking distance of New Braunfels’ historic downtown area.
New Braunfels is also home to the world-famous Schlitterbahn Waterpark, Texas’ oldest dance hall Gruene Hall, Texas's oldest bakery Naeglin’s Bakery, the 10-day salute to sausage known as Wurstfest, as well as the nearby Natural Bridge Caverns & Wildlife Ranch, and the Texas Ski Ranch.
Two highly-rated local school districts, the Comal ISD and the New Braunfels ISD, and several private and charter schools, provide education services. The city offers a diverse range of business and employment opportunities.