Associate Veterinarian / Mobile Hospice and Palliative Care / Full and Part Time Openings
Location: Denver, Colorado
Type: Full Time
Compensation dependent on veterinarian commitment and schedule
DVM or equivalent
Caring Pathways is a large AAHA-Accredited Veterinary Practice specializing in End-of-Life care. We serve the Denver Metro Area and the northern front range. Our supportive team enables veterinarians to deliver excellent end-of-life medical care while serving all involved with compassion. Our veterinarians appreciate focusing on the quality of heartfelt connections with families and their pets without being rushed. And our industry-leading training and one-on-one mentoring processes ensure new team members are supported to succeed and excel in their roles, including those with limited experience in providing veterinary hospice and palliative care and/or in-home euthanasia.
Caring Pathways ensures veterinarians thrive in their roles and provides opportunities for growth into additional areas of the business including: management, training, research, community relations, and expansion team participation. There are current opportunities for our night shifts. Work-life balance, professional satisfaction, and strong teamwork are at the center of our culture. This position is ideal for doctors who like to work independently and create a weekly schedule that works for them, but also appreciate the backing of a highly trained client care and nursing team, along with veterinarian colleagues to support one another.
Compensation and benefits are dependent on the schedule desired, but our full-time doctors can earn $10,000 or more monthly.
Let's start a conversation to discover if a career with Caring Pathways in our Denver Area practice is right for you!
Caring Pathways serves families as they prepare to say goodbye to a beloved pet though in-home care including hospice and palliative care and integrative medicine. Our approach is unique, we ensure our veterinarians are thoroughly supported to do what only they can do through support from an interdisciplinary team. We're proud to be the first veterinary practice in the nation to achieve AAHA Accreditation for End-of-Life Care.