Animal Eye Care of Richmond seeking a board certified or board eligible veterinary ophthalmologist

Animal Eye Care of Richmond is currently seeking a board certified or board eligible veterinary ophthalmologist to join our team.  Senior residents are also welcome to apply.  The position is highly flexible and can be either part or full time.  Our practice is located just outside of Richmond, Virginia on 5 acres in a semi rural setting in Powhatan.  Our custom, recently built, free standing facility is 4,700 square feet and equipped with 5 exam rooms and 2 surgical suites.  We also have a custom built barn which permits us to see equine cases on premises. There are 3 referral specialty practices within the city, with whom we closely work with for collaborative care. Currently we have 2 board certified ophthalmologists, Dr. Michael Blair DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVO and Dr. Ann Bosiack DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVO.  To find out more about our practice please visit our website aecrichmond.com

Inquiries and confidential CV’s can be submitted via email to aecrichmond@gmail.com

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