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Veterinary Cardiologist (No On Call!) - Mississauga, Ontario

Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital of West Toronto
Toronto (Region), Ontario (CA)
High competitive salary, benefits and signing bonus.
Closing date
Apr 15, 2024

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Small Animal Cardiologist – West Toronto, ON

Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital of West Toronto is seeking a residency trained or board-certified Cardiologist to join our team. We are an established 24-hour emergency and referral practice in West Toronto. Our large purpose-renovated facility is growing and in the process of adding additional specialty services to better serve our community. You will be given plenty of opportunities to use your skills to the fullest while having fun in a work-life balanced environment.




Our spacious, 9,000+ square ft, state-of-the-art facility offers a wide variety of emergency and surgical veterinary services

Our equipment includes: IDEXX in-house analyzers, multi-parameter monitoring equipment, digital x-ray, ultrasound and we will be adding a CT in the near future.

Located near major highways, shopping malls, restaurants, and less than 30 minutes to the Toronto city centre core.





What we offer:


·         Generous salary, signing, relocation, and retention bonus

·         Licensing membership dues are covered

·         Comprehensive benefits plan, 100% of premium payments are covered

·         RRSP plan with employer matching

·         Generous CE/uniform allowance

·         Full time or part time hours available to suit your schedule

·         Board certified anesthesiologist available

·         Opportunity to work alongside a seasoned and highly skilled surgeon

·        Looking for something specific from us? We are open to discussing individual needs and helping to achieve your goals.



If you are interested in learning more, please contact Jill Taylor at




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