How does working only 14 days a month and still full time sound? Marina Animal Clinic is currently looking for companion animal veterinarians to join our team. We are a multi-doctor practice and enjoy mentoring new graduates. We have in-house CBC/chemistry analyzers, digital x-rays (including dental), ultrasound, surgical monitoring and therapeutic laser. We have state of the art equipment including, radiology, ultrasound, advanced surgical monitoring and therapeutic laser.
We are a very busy practice and see a wide variety of medical, surgical and emergency cases. This is a great practice for someone that is interested in gaining surgical and emergency experience. There are always three to four doctors working on each shift, so you will never be left alone and after hours calls are referred to local emergency clinics. We have great support staff to help with our busy case loads.
We offer a sign on bonus, relocation assistance, 401K retirement plan, Aflac insurance, Delta Dental insurance and BCBS insurance. We pay all state and federal licenses, AVMA dues, PLIT insurance and an annual stipend for continuing education hours. Salary is negotiable based on experience. All experience levels will be considered.
About Marina Animal Clinic
For nearly 40 years, our veterinarian at Marina Animal Clinic has been providing outstanding veterinary care. We are the largest animal clinic in Northeastern Oklahoma. Our local Tulsa veterinarian offers a wide range of services including: boarding, surgery, digital radiology, in house lab, laser therapy, EKG, dentistry, ultrasound and much more. Our staff of multiple veterinarians has many years of experience and are here 7 days a week to help with many of your pets’ needs! Marina Animal Clinic was founded by Dr. Jimmie Baldwin and Dr. George Haggerty in 1979. They had the vision of bringing the personalized care of a small town clinic to the big city, by providing the convenience of extended hours, modern diagnostics and in house care. Over the years we have built up to a 9 doctor practice. Dr. Baldwin retired in 1997 to pursue his endurance horse riding & equine practice.
Our large open treatment area is equipped with everything we need for day to day pet care as well as emergencies. Our treatment area can also house 25 or more animals at any given time. We have 2 separate cat rooms, a separate isolation room for animals with contagious diseases, a separate boarding room for dogs, and a conference room for in house staff seminars and meetings.