CALLING ALL VETS- Are you looking for a new and exciting work environment that appreciates the knowledge, compassion and experience you bring to the table? Do you have a passion for challenging, diverse small animal/exotic cases and surgeries and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment? If you answered yes to these questions, a career with All Creatures Veterinary Clinic may be right for you! We are offering a unique career opportunity for a veterinarian: full-time, flexible, and part-time schedules considered with competitive compensation packages available. We pride ourselves on practicing first-rate medicine and providing extraordinary client service.
CHARACTERISTICS- We’d love to welcome a new graduate or an experienced associate who thrives on days that are never boring and always exciting, and one who is also open to a flexible work schedule. Significant surgical and dental experience is desirable, and an interest in exotics/pocket pets is also a plus. “All Creatures” walk through our doors every day! A willingness and ability to effectively communicate with coworkers and clients alike, as well as going the extra mile to be a team player is a necessity.
CITY/COMMUNITY- We are looking for a veterinarian with an exceptional work-ethic, who desires to work hard and play hard in our picturesque mountains that are full of adventurous activities like skiing, scuba diving, hiking, camping, fishing, whitewater rafting and four-wheeling on the Hatfield-McCoy Trails. The famous Greenbrier Resort, Summersville Lake, Tamarack, and many family-friendly state parks are within a short drive from our beautiful Four Seasons Country. You will see why Princeton, WV was named “Best Up-and- Coming” Town In WV!
CLIENTS- Our success is founded on an incredibly bonded client base, and our strong community presence continues to bring us new clients in a rapidly growing market. There are very few open appointments on any given day; yet, we strive to treat each pet like our own, giving it the time and attention that it needs. Our client base is an exciting blend that is heavy on practice-loyal, conscientious pet owners, along with fresh new faces walking through the door with their beloved furry friends every day.
COWORKERS- Veterinarians with 42 years combined experience are eager to either mentor or collaborate with you. A large, well-trained, long-term staff is eager to assist you in comprehensive workups instead of “cookie cutter” medicine. We also enjoy a great working relationship with the Virginia-Maryland CVM Teaching Hospital that is only a short distance from us!
TOOLS OF THE TRADE- Ultrasonography, two therapy lasers, digital radiology (also including digital dental) equipment, new Acteon 3-in- 1 Dental Unit, Tono-Pen, Aaron Bovie Electrosurgical Generator, IDEXX LaserCyte, and more enable you to provide patient-centered medicine and complete workups.
CONNECT WITH US- We are actively involved with rescue organizations and have a huge community presence. All this makes a work family you’ll be proud to be a part of daily! You can feel good about our reputation for compassion, competence and client trust. To learn more about us and see what a typical day for us is like, head on over to our Facebook page.
COMPENSATION- A very competitive compensation package (including professional dues and licensing expenses, conference registration fees/continuing education reimbursement) plus a reasonable cost of living means more discretionary income for you! So, what are you waiting for?! Let’s get to know each other more today-it could be the start of a great new career path for you! Send your resume to: MyVet@AllCreaturesClinic.com .
I would like to extend a sincere "Thank You" to Howie and all those involved in hosting the Colonial Veterinary Conference in Colonial Williamsburg this December 2015. We attended a few years ago and were sold on this meeting for our ContEd This meeting has it all! Great speakers, wonderful hotel, delicious food, kind staff and lotsa' coffee! Howie makes sure everyone is comfortable and enjoying themselves.. The biggest impression our first time here years ago was not just the speakers, topics, and location.. but the obvious love this group has for one another AND for our Lord... read moreDr. Donna M Gage | Running Paws Pet Hospital, McKinney, TX
I've been a speaker for at least a dozen meetings hosted by Veterinary Association Management in the last twenty or so years. The meetings are always well organized and managed. More importantly, the attendees are always eager to learn and happy to be there. The Lee family and all the staff are welcoming and the atmosphere is very family-friendly... read moreMargi Sirois, EdD, MS, CVT, LAT | Speaker
Veterinary Association Management conference are intimate and interactive. As a presenter, I have the opportunity to talk about behavior issues – a significant reason for relinquishment, and also how to speak with clients about these concerns, as well as getting pets to vets, including Fear Free and Cat Friendly Practices.Steve Dale, CABC | Speaker
I've been going to Veterinary Association Management's Veterinary Conferences for 16 years. They are by far my favorite. The quality and choice of speakers always suits my needs. I feel that I get the most up-to-date and thorough information. Lectures focus on practical advice we can actually use - no ivory towers here... read moreMelanie Bene, DVM | Attendee
My family and I have always enjoyed Veterinary Association Management's (Ralph Lee's) continuing education courses. We have been attending them now for well over twelve years. We are always very delighted to attend the courses and conferences that Veterinary Management Association hosts. The benevolence of the Lee Family always shines forth, and they make my family feel more than welcome. The veterinary courses are extremely relevant to practice, and much of the information obtained can be put into effect the day we return. The speakers are of the utmost quality and ... read moreDrs. Charles and Dawn Jones | Mercy Animal Hospital, Monroe, NC
Thank you so much for allowing me to speak at this past weekend's Sun N Fun conference in South Carolina. It was a great experience. Howie, Martha, Dawn and the entire Veterinary Association Management team always knows how to make a speaker feel welcomed! The conference was so well organized which is a testament to the VAM team. Thank you so much for all your kindness. It was a true honoring getting to speak to the technicians at the conference. It was a great group who stayed engaged throughout! Thank you again. I hope you are all home getting to relax a little after working so hard to make the conference so successful. ... read moreAmy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) | Speaker
I have been a veterinarian in NC since 1982. 33years. I have been getting my continuing education hours with Ralph Lee’s Veterinary Management for 28 years. My wife is a registered vet technician and we both must get yearly CE hours to continue our licenses. We have come to Ralph Lee’s Great Smokies Veterinary Conferences for last 20 years. I appreciate through the years the dedication to providing quality continuing education year after year. We enjoy the excellent speakers on subjects that are useful in regular day to day practice; comprehensive wet labs; and very affordable CE... read moreJ. Michael Beck DVM and Jane Beck VMT | Emerywood Veterinary Hospital, High Point, NC
I've participated in several Veterinary Association Management continuing educational meetings and they are all top notch. Each meeting has it's own look and feel. The one consistent thread is excellent speakers and great topics/content being presented. I will be planning a family vacation around Fun N Sun veterinary conference. It's a must do for anyone looking for good CE and creating great memories with the family... read morePaul Camilo, CVPM | Veterinary Consultation Services, LLC
The Center of Veterinary Expertise has had the pleasure of participating in Colonial Veterinary conference on several levels, sponsorship, vendor as well as providing speakers over the last three year. Howie and his team always ensure a positive, warm, and successful experience. We look forward to supporting the Colonial Veterinary Conference for many more years to come.Danielle T. Russ | LVT, BS, BA, AS, Hospital Manager, the COVE, Suffolk, VA
It is not a small thing when gathering your CE credits that the meetings be orderly, well presented, convenient, accessible. Cudos to the Colonial Team. It was an all-around good experience.Rob McBrayer, DVM | Palmetto Vet Hospital, Ridgeland, SC
I have been a equipment manufacturing design consultant for Snyder Mfg. for over 30 years. I have been attending the Ralph Lee's meetings for over 20 years of that time. The Ralph Lee's meetings are different than the standard veterinary conference meetings that are available. The meetings are designed to be very family friendly. The attendees and exhibitors are treated with more respect than any other of the veterinary meetings I attend. The smaller venue will also give everyone an opportunity to build long term relationships in the industry.Ralph Ihde | Snyder Mfg., New Sharon, IA
I plan each year's continuing education requirements around Ralph Lee's Great Smokies Veteirnary Conference. The program venue is especially nice, this time of year, in Asheville, N.C. The Lee family (Howie, Martha and the crew) are most accommodating. They've always made this a pleasurable, meaningful experience. I secure a copy of the conference notes each trip. These notes serve as valuable information for me as I care for my patients on a daily basis. The saddest part, for me, is when the meeting concludes. Soon, I'll be planning for the 2016 conference.Dr. William “Bill” Martin | Central Veterinary Hospital, Knoxville, TN
The Lees' vet meetings are some of the best...and I attend a lot of them! As both a veterinarian and an exhibitor I get the best of both worlds at these events.... Great Continuing Education and Great attendance to the exhibit booth. I attend every one I possibly can.Dr. Dan Moore, DVM | Vet Assured, Unicoi, TN
I have lectured for Veterinary Association Management for the last 4 years and they consistently have wonderfully organized, informative and practical conferences for practicing small animal veterinarians. With a relatively small group of attendees ... read moreKristin Welch DVM, DACVECC | CRITICAL CARE, CHIEF OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE