Prescott Area Pet Emergency Hospital, a Pathway Vet Alliance Hospital, is seeking an Emergency Veterinarian who is looking for leadership opportunity as a hospital Medical Director as well.We offer an incredible benefits package and believe in creating an emotionally intelligent work environment with a positive work/life balance.If you are a motivated, driven veterinarian that wants to not only love where you work with but also love where you live, don't wait, contact us today.
The Medical Director (MD) is responsible for establishing and maintaining the highest levels of medical quality, patient care, and client service, practiced by all doctors and medical staff in a given hospital. The MD achieves this through strong leadership and serving as a mentor and role model for the associate veterinarians and staff.
The MD must demonstrate: - integrity - a strong work ethic - consistently positive attitude
The MD is also an integral part of the hospital leadership team which includes the Practice Manager. Together, these two roles are primarily responsible for the overall financial performance of the hospital, creating and driving the overall direction for the hospital, and achieving positive medical and financial growth. In addition to the specific responsibilities of the Medical Director, the MD also fulfills all of the responsibilities and obligations of a practicing veterinarian.
What Prescott Area Pet Emergency Hospital has:
a fast-paced and growing emergency animal hospital in Northern Arizona.
a phenomenal team of aces who work as a unit, all helping one-another with anything and everything necessary to care for our incredible patients and their amazing pet parents.
an open mind for new ideas and methodologies.
the greatest climate in the country. Four gorgeous (mild) seasons; snow, sun, rain, and fall colors. Yes, in the Arizona Mountains!
Come work with us and you will not only love where you live, but love where you work!
Pathways to Community Inc. (PTC) was founded on the Core Values and Vision, that through Relationships, Service, and Support – we can make a difference in the lives of the individuals we serve every day!
James Kruse, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PTC, recognized the importance of relationship-centered supports within the developmental disabilities service field. It was from this principle that the PTC structure and core value system was built. PTC continues to foster a service-oriented environment that promotes independence, growth, and happiness. In order to ensure each individual has every opportunity for success, we have developed what we call the “Path to Success,” a cultural corner stone designed to produce investment and initiate the building of relationships for future stability and growth.
From our person centered approach to our high employee standards, we function out of intentionality so that those we serve receive the highest standard of care.