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Neurologist - Memphis Veterinary Specialists

Memphis Veterinary Specialists (MVS) offers an exciting opportunity for a Neurologist looking to join our growing, multi-disciplinary, referral and emergency hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. We are seeking an energetic and motivated person who is board certified or residency trained.

At Memphis Veterinary Specialists, you will work hand in hand with our team of specialists that include Internal Medicine, Surgery, Oncology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Dentistry, and Radiology. In addition, our Emergency department (Hospitalists) facilitates daytime referred emergencies into the hospital, reducing the emergency caseload of our specialists. Memphis Veterinary Specialists has been providing specialty and emergency care for patients since 1998 and has a deep referral base that extends throughout Tennessee and into Northern Mississippi and Arkansas. Due to the continued growth of the practice, in 2011 we built an 18,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility to allow ample space for our growing team. There are two on-site CT Scanners, digital radiology, endoscopy, ultrasound, and an I-131 treatment ward.

Memphis Veterinary Specialists is committed to practicing high quality, progressive medicine with emphasis on client communication. Our experienced staff provides skilled technical experience, customer service, marketing and management so our specialists are free to focus on medical care. The ideal candidate is a motivated, team-oriented individual who has a positive attitude and thrives in a fast paced environment. Communication skills are essential; both in providing collaborative care in-house as well as working with our referring veterinarians.

Competencies:

  • Clinical Knowledge and Skills: Demonstrate clinical knowledge and skill in examining and  assessing animals. Perform cardiovascular, respiratory, orthopedic, neurological and other  necessary examinations. Diagnosis and prescribe appropriate treatment.
  • Problem-Solving: Ability to develop solutions to challenges relating to the management of a high-quality veterinary hospital.
  • Communication Skills: Demonstrate effective communication of diagnostic and therapeutic options to clients. Display effective communication with internal medical and hospital staff.
  • Professionalism: Work as part of a high-quality, professional veterinary team with the ability to provide and receive appropriate constructive criticism, suggestions, and feedback.
  • Business Acumen: Ability to understand the management and finances of the veterinary hospital practice.
  • Ethics: Knowledge and understanding of ethical principles that guide decisions affecting patients.
  • Commitment to Continuing Education: Commitment to utilize available resources of continuing education and to facilitate learning of others.

Qualifications:

  • Veterinarian degree (DVM) from an accredited college or university.
  • Current State Veterinary License.
  • DEA registration must be obtained and maintained.
  • Five plus years of experience in a veterinary practice.
  • Experience overseeing Veterinary Technicians and Assistants as well as other hospital or practice staff.
  • Must demonstrate a desire to continue learning in veterinary care and participate in leading staff training.

Position Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • Excellent Communication Skills and the ability to communicate effectively, efficiently, and in a timely manner with all members of the Medical and Hospital staff.
  • Client communication skills, must be able to elicit information, establish rapport, offer explanations with pet owners.
  • Display confidence and reassurance when dealing with pets experiencing severe stress, illness, or pain.
  • May include some climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling.
  • Some tasks involve the periodic performance of moderately physically demanding work.
  • Position does require the ability to lift up to 50 pounds.

Contact Leslie Lynette, RVT, CVPM at LLynette@petvetcarecenters.com for more information! 

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Why Consider Our Cordova Hospital?

At Memphis Veterinary Specialists, our team members all share the same passion for making and keeping animals healthy.

Our hospital truly is an excellent place to work, with a highly skilled team focused on 'best in practice' veterinary care.

We are very supportive of individuals looking to grow their veterinary careers and look forward to hearing from you.

  • We invite you to explore your veterinary career options with Memphis Veterinary Specialists, where you'll be a respected member of a team that loves animals and values the contributions from every individual on the team.
    - Memphis Veterinary Specialists Team
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