Founded in March 1994, Grafton Animal Hospital has established itself as Yorktown’s trusted resource for comprehensive veterinary care. Our hospital has expanded exponentially over the years; today, we operate in a 6,000 square-foot facility equipped with an in-house laboratory, a fully stocked pharmacy, a state-of-the-art surgical suite, and plenty of space for pet boarding, grooming, and other services. Grafton Animal Hospital has been AHAA-accredited since 2011, a testament to our practice’s mission of respecting the human-animal bond and treating animals with the care and respect they deserve.
We are a full-service animal hospital dedicated to quality medicine and care for small animals and exotics. Whether it be feathers, scales, or fluff and tails- we see it all!
Our emphasis has always been on high quality care for our patients, and compassionate communication with our clients. We believe in presenting our clients with all treatment options and helping them make informed decisions based on medical facts. We consider alternative treatment plans in cases with financial constraints, always sensitive to the emotional needs of the clients. Our ideal candidate understands that practicing outstanding medicine is the key to the continuing the growth of our hospital.
We are looking for full-time coverage from roughly September 1, 2022-November 2022 while our lead DVM is on leave. Compensation is competitive and negotiable!
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
License in good standing with applicable state veterinary board
Preferred 3-5 years, post-DVM/VMD work experience
Excellent Customer Service
Able to provide services in an emergency veterinary hospital
General enthusiasm to work in different, even new locations and new people from week to week
Community Veterinary Partners (CVP) mission is to bring joy to families by providing the best care possible to the pets they love. A growing community of 100+ animal hospitals in the Eastern US, CVP empowers our veterinary professionals by providing unwavering support services that allows them to get back to what they love doing the most – caring for pets.