Seattle, WA - Veterinary Radiologist

Date Posted: 
January 22, 2014 - April 22, 2014

2nd Radiologist Needed in Seattle

Do you want to work in a fun, privately owned collaborative specialty hospital in a beautiful part of the country? Do you want to come into a practice with an established caseload and with owners who are committed to growing a full-service diagnostic imaging service? Animal Critical Care and Emergency Services (ACCES) is a 24-hour specialty/emergency and critical care hospital located in “cosmopolitan yet casual” Seattle, Washington.

ACCES is looking for a second veterinary radiologist who shares our vision and values to join our diagnostic imaging service. We have Eklin© digital radiology, a large ultrasound caseload, a GE QXI 4 slice helical CT, and the desire and ability to support additional modalities. This is a great opportunity to get involved with a collaborative fast-growing practice.

Our services, all led by boarded specialists, include internal medicine, surgery, cardiology, radiation and medical oncology, a community blood bank, and a 24-hour ER and ICU. Our second facility shares space with an ophthalmology and with a dermatology practice. ACCES opened in 2003 and we have enjoyed tremendous client and referral veterinary support. We have a team of over 105 dedicated and supportive staff members.

What makes us different from everyone else? ACCES has spent a tremendous amount of time and energy with our staff creating and supporting core values that we believe truly make a difference in a veterinary practice of this caliber. The commitment of the owners and management is felt and reciprocated by all members of our team, from kennel staff to specialists.

We offer health, dental, vision, paid time off, paid holidays, continuing education, 401K with company match, professional memberships & dues, short term disability insurance, not to mention working with dedicated people on a daily basis.

Send your cover letter and resume to Nya Stilwell, HR Director, at nstilwell@criticalcarevets.com or fax to 206-364-3667 or call 206-364-1660 for more information. For more information about ACCES, please visit www.criticalcarevets.com.

ACCES Core Values

Patient Care
We are committed to providing compassionate, ethical, and quality care to our patients using progressive medical knowledge and sound judgment.

Client Service
We strive to understand our client’s needs and provide consistent service with honesty and integrity.

Team
We regard our employees as our greatest strength and treat them with the respect and care worthy of a valued resource.

Collaboration
Our team recognizes the importance of working and communicating with our clients and their primary care veterinarian to provide the best care for our patients.

Education
We recognize the importance of continual learning and provide educational opportunities for the veterinary community, the public, and our team.

Why Seattle?

  • According to CNN, smart people like to live in cool places and Seattle has been named the smartest city in the United States.
  • Forty-seven percent of Seattle's adults hold bachelor's degrees, the strongest proportion of college-educated residents in any big city. It's nearly double the U.S. average of 24.4 percent.
  • The Seattle Public Library system has the largest percentage of library card-holders per capita than any other U.S. city.
  • Seattle has more dogs than children.
  • Seattle consistently falls in the top five fittest cities in the nation.
  • Seattle has been ranked among the top-ten best cities for bicycling by Bicycling magazine and other publications.
  • Seattle has 6,189 acres of parks and open areas and Washington is home to three National Parks, nine National Forests, and 100 State Parks.
  • Washington State's premium wine production ranks second in the U.S. (next to California).
  • Seattle is the undisputed espresso capital of America, leading the gourmet coffee trend and boasting espresso carts and coffee shops throughout the city.
  • Seattle is 44th in a listing of U.S. cities by rainfall amounts with an average of 37 inches a year. It gets less rain than Mobile, Alabama (64 inches) or Miami, Florida (56 inches).
  • Forbes ranked Seattle as the number six most honest city in the U.S. so odds are we are speaking the truth!

For More information about Seattle, visit: www.gonorthwest.com/Washington/seattle/Seattle.htm