Emergency Clinician- $30,000 Sign On Bonus - Plus Moving Expenses-www.VMCLI.com
The Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island Specialty and Emergency Hospital in West Islip, NY is recruiting an additional internship trained Emergency Clinician. Salary is commensurate with experience. We offer an excellent benefits package inclusive of; VECCS dues, continuing education compensation, liability insurance, state licensing, health insurance, and 401K, VIN Membership, and a uniform allowance. Our hospital offers 24/7 emergency and critical care and provides specialty services consisting of Surgery, Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Oncology, Dermatology, Dentistry, Ophthalmology, Avian & Exotics, Neurology and Physical Therapy. The hospital is well-equipped with state of the art monitoring equipment (wireless telemetry, mindray, doppler, pulse oximetry, etc.) in-house labs, digital radiography, ultrasound, CT, Fluoroscopy, Interventional Radiology, MRI, and Endoscopy. We have a large group of well-educated and highly experienced Licensed Technicians and assistants. Our practice offers and encourages monthly CE and journal club opportunities. We are seeking a candidate with positive energy, experience and eagerness to practice high quality medicine. The ideal candidate will also possess the leadership qualities necessary to help educate our enthusiastic interns and emergency personnel.
West Islip is located on Long Island, NY just 40 minutes from the fine dining, Broadway shows and shopping of the big city and just 30 minutes west of the Hamptons. We are surrounded by beautiful beaches, parks, and vineyards.
To join our growing team, please email Gregory Carastro, Hospital Administrator at email@example.com or submit your application through our website at www.VMCLI.com
Reports to: , Chief of Emergency, Hospital Administrator (HA), Chief of Staff, and Owners
Works closely with: Head of Critical Care, Client Care Coordinators, Clinicians, LVT’s, Hospital Administrator, Owners, as well as all ER staff and personnel alike.
VMCLI’s Conformance Statements
In the performance of their respective tasks and duties, all employees are expected to conform to the following:
Perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision.
Interact professionally with other employees, customers and suppliers.
Work effectively as a team contributor on all assignments.
Work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organizations.
The Emergency Clinician is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the emergency service and the communication between ER service and the RDVM community. This position additionally mentors the Emergency personnel and the annual interns within the facility. Furthermore, assists in the direction of all ER personnel and Intern education under the advisement and direction of the Chief of Emergency. This position will coordinate the ER cases and the transfer of cases to the appropriate VMCLI departments. This position will play an instrumental role in staff education including but not limited to ER protocols, lectures post continuing education events, and demonstrations of systems and protocols within the ER department to help educate and train the ER interns and personnel as requested by the Chief of Emergency. Additionally, you are responsible for monitoring ER expenses and charges with the ER department amongst the interns and LVT’s for accuracy and report any discrepancies to the Chief of ER. This individual will assess and maintain accountability of all ER standards of operation and invoicing while working in the ER department and respond to the direction and guidelines set forth by the Chief of ER, HA, Chief of Staff, and Owners. This position will require the individual to maintain a highly organized and regimented work environment to balance their clinical duties with the intricacies of an ER caseload. Your goals and actions should always be in agreement with the vision, mission, and values of the facility.
The following is a list of essential job requirements. This list may be revised at any time and additional duties not listed here may be assigned as needed. Job Functions and Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
General healthcare, diagnostics and treatment for animals in our facilities in accordance with the practice Vision, mission, and values.
Performing exams and rechecks on animals.
Performing surgery as necessary.
Leading, directing, and training staff, ER personnel, and Interns in animal care and ER protocols as instituted by the Chief of ER.
Participation in outreach and educational efforts is also required, including working with and directing the intern classes.
Participation in educational events held for the community.
Supervisory work will be required
Professionalism and Customer Service
During your shift, you are required to oversee the ER department and needed responses to client concerns, complaints and praise in a fashion consistent with VMCLI codes of professional conduct and keep informed the Chief of ER. Involve the Customer Service Supervisor in all areas of client service relations when appropriate.
Maintain an enthusiastic and energetic working environment that fosters positivity and aids in the advancement of the facility, its personnel, and the patient care standards we seek to provide.
Maintain exemplary customer service standards that are consistent and conveys to the community and referring veterinarians a level of service that is respected and is of a high quality.
Ensure and maintain proper procedures are followed in relation to all referring veterinarians.
Provide consistent and effective communication to our clinicians and specialties regarding department cases.
Foster and ensure long-term relationships with all of our referring veterinarians by following the guidelines set forth by the Chief of ER.
In cooperation with the Chief of ER, oversee orientation and performance of all ER staff actions during your shift. Report any praises or necessary correction to the pertinent supervisory staff.
Assist in monitoring staffing performance to assure maximum productivity and service within the ER.
Maintain the highest standards of job performance, professional behavior, conduct, and follow policy as dictated by the Chief of ER.
Assists in Mediation of all ER personnel problems and maintain an ER environment that motivates employees
Delegate responsibilities to the ER staff and interns as needed to facilitate high quality patient care and operations.
Perform, Consult, and maintain the highest standards of medicine according to the policy and procedures outlined by Chief of ER.
Aid in the development of opportunities for in-house and off-site continuing education for all ER clinicians and staff.
Assist, promote, and provide support to ER personnel in all areas of the ER department.
Endeavor to maintain professional departmental interactions at all times that will foster positive relationships among all staff and the facility as a whole.
Act as a mentor to the staff in areas of technical proficiency and lead by example
Facilitate the flow of communication between departments
Maintain medical care standards in conjunction with the clinicians and staff within the ER and the facility as a whole.
Adhere to all ER financial policies and guidelines.
Ensure and maintain standards of a clean and inviting hospital environment at all times.
Ensure proper maintenance and use of all VMCLI equipment.
Ideal candidates have 2-4 years experience as an ER Veterinarian.
1-2 years of leadership experience within an ER service.
NYS veterinary license
A strong desire to contribute to fostering long-term relationships between animals and people within an ER setting.
Special Position Requirements/Physical Requirements- In addition, the Emergency Clinician will work closely with the Chief of ER in assisting with the goals for the ER and its growth. Additionally, assist in the establishment of medical protocols and implementing them under direction Chief of ER.
All listed within the confines of the VMCLI Employee Manual and VMCLI Safety Manual.
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate with experience - ER Lead Clinician Position is Available also
About Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island
The Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island (VMCLI) is a 28,000 square foot, state of the art, 24-hour, emergency and multi-specialty referral practice, located in West Islip, Long Island.At Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island, we know that the connection to your pet lasts a lifetime. next to you and your family, your veterinarian is one of the most important people in your pet's life. Our caring approach places emphasis on an efficient and accurate diagnosis, gained by the use of the least invasive techniques permissible. This often requires the expertise of our specialist staff. We are committed to providing cutting-edge veterinary medicine and sharing this knowledge and expertise with both pet owners and referring family veterinarians. We specialize in critical emergency care and offer a variety of services to meet your pets needs.Mission StatementOur mission is to provide patients with the utmost in veterinary care, while addressing the particular needs of their owners. At the Veterinary Medical Center our staff, family veterinarians, and pet owners are all equal parts of a veterinary team. We encourage open communication and deeply respect the values, and wisdom, of our ...team members.CommitmentWe are committed to both learning and providing cutting-edge veterinary medicine. We believe in sharing this knowledge and expertise with both pet owners and referring veterinarians. Our patients benefit from this team approach to veterinary care.