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Associate Relief Veterinarian | Relief flexibility with Associate Stability
Relief work, reimagined. IndeVets is on a mission to make veterinary medicine better. We’re a community of doctors who believe in schedule control and finding your vet-life balance. Which is why we support the not-so-crazy idea that you should have time to take care of your patients – and yourself. Because happy vets are better vets.   Here’s how it works: Decide when and where you vet. Set your own schedule and choose shifts from our hundreds of partner hospitals. You decide when you work, and when you don’t. For planners, hatch your work plan months in advance. It’s all up to you (and your calendar). Did we mention full-time starts at just 34 hours per week? Leave work at work. Never take


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