Coronado Veterinary Hospital is seeking an Associate Veterinarian to join our busy 4-doctor practice in beautiful Sierra Vista, Arizona. For over 40 years, we have been dedicated to providing clients and their pets with a caring support system in this thriving community of southern AZ. We are looking for a dedicated veterinarian who shares our passion of providing excellent service and a high standard of quality care to our animals and their families. Our ideal candidate is confident in medicine, soft tissue surgery, and dentistry. Experience in exotics, pocket pets, and orthopedics are a plus but not required. Mixed and small animal applicants welcome. This is an excellent position for new graduates and seasoned veterinarians alike, with leadership opportunities for the right candidate.
· Serving cats, dogs, exotics, pocket pets; open to mixed animal skill set as well!
· Gorgeous newly-remodeled clinic, recently doubled in size
· Wide open concept, great lighting
· Brand new digital x-ray machine
· Dedicated dentistry suite with digital dental x-ray
· Heated surgery tables
· Adequate anesthesia equipment (both isoflurane & sevoflurane)
· CO2 laser
· In-house IDEXX lab
· In-house pharmacy
The City of Sierra Vista
Sierra Vista is a modern city with a small town heart and a strong sense of community, where the cost of living is 2.6% less than the state average and 0.9% less than the national average. Dillard’s, Target, Best Buy, Lowe’s and Home Depot can be found at the city’s many shopping centers. There are plenty of dining options from German bakeries to sushi bars. Weekly farmers markets offer fresh organic products, and the Veterans Memorial Park holds frequent community events. A desirable school district featuring a Blue Ribbon Elementary school, club sports, and comparatively lower housing prices make Sierra Vista the perfect place to raise a family.
An outdoor-lover’s paradise, Sierra Vista is an Arizona sky island at 4,500 to 5,000 feet elevation with temperatures typically 20 degrees cooler than Phoenix. Spanish for "mountain view,” Sierra Vista was named for the many mountain ranges in the area. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, off-roading, bird watching, and spelunking in the mountains are just some of the many activities residents enjoy. The limestone rich Mustang and Whetstone mountain ranges hold one of Arizona's true geological treasures, Kartchner Caverns State Park.
Just 30 minutes from town, Fort Huachuca offers a number of recreational opportunities including a military museum. Parker Canyon Lake, a 130-acre lake perfect for fishing, boating and camping, is only an hour’s drive! Sierra Vista is internationally known as the “Hummingbird Capital of the United States." Head east from the river to visit Tombstone for some old western charm or southeast to Bisbee, an old copper mining town nestled in the mountains, which has transformed into an art, music, and cultural hub.