Hospital/Clinic Name: Valley Veterinary Center P.C.Main office: 908 South Second St., Cherokee, Iowa 51012Phone: (712) 225-5200,Fax: (712) 225-5253, Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSatellite clinics: Holstein and Ida Grove Practicing Veterinarians: Dr. Mark Carlson, DVM Class of 1973; Dr. Steve Benson, DVM Class of 1988; Dr. Britt Carlson, DVM Class of 2006; Dr. Melissa Friederichsen, DVM Class of 2008; Dr. Clayton Riedell, DVM Class of 2012; Dr. Jared Bruhn, DVM Class of 2013; Dr. Lisa Yeske-Livermore, DVM Class of 2015; Dr. Paige Hansen, DVM Class of 2005.Practice Type: Mixed AAHA Certified: NoPosition is: Full Time Practice Breakdown:33% Cow/Calf, 33% Feedlot, 20% Canine, 15% Feline, 5% Swine, 2% Dairy, 1% Equine, 1% Small RuminantPractice Specialties:Bovine Estrus Synchronization and Artificial Insemination, Bovine Embryo Recovery, Freezing and Implanting, Bovine Semen Evaluation,Ultrasound Pregnancy Evaluation, Swine & Bovine,PigChamp Record System,Cow/Calf Record System,Small Animal Ultrasonic Dental Equipment,Small Animal Ultrasound and X-Ray,Small Animal Cold Laser Therapy,Small Animal Cremation.Additional Comments: All 3 clinics communicate on the same computer system with Infinity software. The Cherokee clinic has 2 small animal exam rooms, 1 surgery room and 3 kennel rooms (feline, hospital, and canine). Capabilities include gas anesthesia, x-ray, ultrasound, in-house blood machines and U/A. Large animal resources include 1 portable manual chute, 2 portable hydraulic chutes, 2 portable hydraulic tub/chutes, large animal surgery/working room, bovine neonatal ICU, and embryo transfer lab. The satellite clinic in Holstein is equipped for routine small animal appointments and surgeries and in-house large animal working facilities. Ida Grove is equipped for routine small animal appointments and surgeries.Cherokee: Population 5,000;Holstein: Population 1,400; Ida Grove: Population 2,100Salary/Benefits:Competitive salary based on experience,Malpractice Insurance,Vet box and equipment,IVMA Dues and dues for 2 other organizations.Person to contact: Dr. Clayton Riedell-712-660-9799
Responsibilities of Employee:Primarily production animal medicine and surgery: Full time veterinarians share after-hours emergency calls equally (currently 5 on call veterinarians).Special interests/talents desired in employee:Strong desire to practice quality and progressive veterinary medicine in a farming community. Ability to communicate and work with clients and co-workers. Willingness to continue to learn.