Carver Street Animal Hospital, located in Durham, North Carolina, is excited to offer a rare opportunity to join an established practice that is poised for growth!
Our entire team takes pride in offering high quality medicine with a family feel. We have a loyal client following, some of whom have entrusted their pets’ care to us for generations. Our team of doctors have between 13-25 years with us, and are looking for the next member of the Carver Street community. Join us with the skills you’ve honed in years of practice, or allow us to mentor you—we’re excited to welcome you! Collaboration, support, and a team approach to providing the best quality medicine to our patients is a priority, from our excellent support staff to our Client Service team.
Are you passionate about your work? Are you looking for a culture where you can thrive, have a voice, and bring new ideas to the practice? Our ideal candidate will effectively communicate and collaborate with our existing team to provide the highest standard of care.
We have full array of in-house lab equipment, online and in-house pharmacy, and digital radiograph. Carver Street’s location, on the northwest side of Durham, has several excellent referral facilities and emergency hospitals nearby, including NC State Veterinary Hospital, for those times a patient needs specialty support. Have an interest in establishing a special interest practice? We’d love to learn more about it, and are open to areas of medicine not currently offered here.
We are offering an attractive salary and benefits package to the right candidate, including the opportunity for significant signing, retention, and/or tuition reimbursement plans.
Flexible schedule, including options for Full or Part time.
Open to new graduates.
Durham, North Carolina, also known as the "Bull City", is a city in and the county seat of Durham County in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Home to the MiLB The Durham Bulls, the city is located in the east-central part of the Piedmont region along the Eno River. Durham is the core of the four-county Durham-Chapel Hill Metropolitan Area, commonly known as the Research Triangle.