Managing Veterinarian – Port Saint Lucie, FL

North Port St. Lucie Animal Hospital is the combination of three pioneering veterinary hospitals that opened in this area in the mid 1970s. Since the original veterinarians have retired, we have kept the same attention to quality, affordability and friendly service. Our family-friendly hospital offers state of the art diagnostics, cold laser therapy, dentistry, surgery, boarding, and a welcoming highly-trained staff to care for all of your pets needs. The staff at NPSLAH is committed to our community. We regularly attend events with the Humane Society of St. Lucie County and we are the official sponsor of “Klutch”, the St. Lucie Mets mascot. We make sure this “giant fur-baby” gets his annual exam by his favorite veterinarian, Dr. Erin McNamara.

We are seeking a Managing Veterinarian to lead our 2-doctor team! The Managing Veterinarian serves as the medical leader of the practice, fostering a positive and collaborative work environment that results in an excellent treatment experience for the patients and clients we serve, as well as an excellent employment experience for the practice’s patient care team.

The Managing Veterinarian works with the associate veterinarians and the Chief Medical Officer to help ensure that quality and appropriate veterinary medicine is performed within the practice. Additionally, they partner with the Practice Manager in matters of general management, staffing/scheduling, as well as ensuring that operational and financial goals are being met.

Port St. Lucie is one of the largest cities in Florida and it is bordered to the north and south by the very historic towns of Fort Pierce and Stuart, both of which are on the ocean. Port St. Lucie is home to the Spring Training facility of the NY Mets and also offers a AAA Minor League team called the St. Lucie Mets.

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