Fetch Specialty & Emergency Veterinary Centers – ER MENTORSHIP: Welcoming YOU to Emergency Vet Med! Greenville, SC


Job Type: Veterinarian

Work Type: Small Animal Only

Business Name: Fetch Specialty & Emergency Veterinary Centers

City: Greenville

State: South Carolina

Contact Name: Elaina MacLean

Contact Email: [email protected]

Contact Phone: (401) 474-1941

Do you have a growing curiosity for emergency medicine? Interested in having specialists’ down the hall to bounce ideas off of? Not sure whether or not you want to pursue an internship? Welcome to Fetch’s New Grad Mentorship Program in beautiful Greenville, SC!

Our ER Mentorship Program is a focused immersion with the goal of ensuring your proficiency in emergency medicine. Fetch is a privately owned, non-corporate veterinary organization where you are considered family. We aim to not only provide you the foundation to become a talented emergency clinician but also provide a sustainable emergency medicine work life/balance that can be enjoyed for years to come. Our hospital is committed to providing the highest standards of excellence and believe that you will contribute greatly to our company in order to maintain that standard. We look forward to welcoming you to the Fetch team and wish you a successful and rewarding career with us. With your active involvement, creativity and support, Fetch will continue to grow while maintaining excellence.

About Fetch
Fetch was founded in 2016, originally as an outpatient veterinary oncology center out of a local emergency hospital in Naples, Florida. With the help of our dedicated team, we have expanded our services to emergency and specialty hospitals in multiple states.

Here’s what we have to offer:
A 15,000 sq. foot, newly renovated facility
An owner who loves to purchase the latest and greatest equipment
Complete in-house laboratory
Multi-parameter monitoring devices
Cloud based digital EMR and whiteboard system
Digital radiology suite
Full complement of ultrasound and endoscopy equipment
16 slice helical CT

Program Criteria
The ER mentorship program is designed to provide the necessary experience and training to ensure proficiency in small animal emergency medicine. This is a focused program that consists of an eight-month period of direct supervision, followed by sixteen months of indirect supervision, for a two-year total commitment. During the initial direct supervision phase, the trainee will work alongside a designated emergency clinician that will provide support. After the initial eight-month period, the trainee will further hone their skills with indirect supervision or support. This designated eight-month mark may be altered to best meet your needs and these discussions will involve the trainee, mentor, and medical director.

Your experience
We can provide the foundation and oversight to learn emergency medicine, but you ultimately get out of a program what you put in. Those that are driven will jump in and see cases, and take on cases that may be outside of their normal comfort zone. Push yourself to learn and take it as much from those around you as possible.

Positive attitude
Fetch takes great pride in having a collegial environment where people are happy to work. While emergency medicine can be stressful and demanding, we must maintain that jovial atmosphere. Treat colleagues with respect and maintain professionalism at all times.

Our Location: Located in the Northwest Region of South Carolina, the Greenville hospital is easily accessible from both Interstate 85 and Interstate 385. Greenville boasts four beautiful seasons and provides a variety of attractions including: museums; galleries; concerts and festivals; outdoor hiking or fishing; as well as numerous parks. Nestled close to Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, you’re an easy drive from the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville or Charlotte, or even the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

Visit our website at fetchvets.com or find us on Facebook at facebook.com/fetchveterinary to get an inside look at what working with our Fetch team is all about

Job Requirements
Veterinary license in good standing or eligible with the State of South Carolina Veterinary Board
Compassionate, collaborative, and professional
Highly communicative with the veterinary medical team, clients and referring veterinarians
Must have a strong work ethic. We do not want any bad attitudes!
The ability to enjoy your day with a good sense of humor bringing laughter to all those that surround you
Must be excited, engaging & proactive with ALL Fetch employees. Remember, we’re a team!

Come practice veterinary medicine with us and find the forever career you’ve been looking for!

We’re UGA Vet Med, and our

passion powers our commitment.