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Associate Veterinarian | Brand New Facility!

We are currently seeking associate veterinarians of all experience levels to build our general practice team at North Brookhaven Veterinary Hospital’s brand-new facility in Brookhaven, Georgia.


About North Brookhaven Veterinary Hospital 🐾🏥

The hospital joined the PetVet Care Centers network in 2017 (FKA: WellPet Animal Hospital) and continues to dedicate themselves to upholding their reputation for compassionate veterinary care.  Our new, state-of-the-art hospital is set to open in the Fall of 2024 (a few short months!!) and features a cutting-edge surgical suite, 5 spacious exam rooms, an open-concept treatment area, and a brand new ultrasound in our designated diagnostic imaging room.


Excited to see our progress?

Visit us at:
3535 Durden Drive — Suite 202
Brookhaven, Georgia 30319


Backed by an experienced team of support staff– including an LVT, veterinary assistants, and a full reception team, you'll have everything you need to thrive in your role.  Whether you're a seasoned veterinarian or a recent graduate, our local network of experienced veterinarians offer excellent mentorship opportunities– including orthopedic surgery, emergency medicine, and more.



About PetVet Care Centers 🐕🦺🐐🐈🦘🐇🐎🐄🦜

North Brookhaven Veterinary Hospital is one of about 460+ unique hospitals in PetVet’s network across the continental United States.  You will find our teams in many different facets of veterinary medicine– from feline-only care, to standard small animal general practice, to exotics, large animal, and equine specialty/ambulatory care, and ~70 specialty and stand-alone emergency clinics.  We aim to empower the doctors in our network to practice their best medicine by providing access to local support networks, continuing education, industry-leading health and wellness benefits, and so much more.  Ask to see a summary of our benefit packages today!


What you can expect when you join our team

💰   Compensation plans built to fit your needs– and reflective of your experience
‣  3 days per week starting at $100k
‣  Production or straight salary options

📆   Full-, part-time, and PRN options available

✌    1 month of paid time off

📚   Generous CE allowances– with additional paid time off
 Ask about additional funds for wetlabs, dentistry, surgery, critical care, ultrasound, and more!

🚚   Complimentary­ 3rd party relocation services up to $50k

💼   Complete health, life, and retirement benefits including company 401k contributions


Our ideal candidate

🎓  Holds a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree (or ECFVG equivalent) 
and is in good standing with the Georgia State Veterinary Board License

📃  Holds (or is eligible for) an active DEA license

😎  All experience levels are welcome to apply

🌟  Is as enthusiastic as we are about providing exceptional veterinary care

👩‍🏫  Bonus points for a passion to mentor


Hiring Team

Mindy Stalter PVCC Veterinary Talent Acquisition

Kacee Peterson Area Manager

Jen Rough PVCC SE Regional Operations Manager

Melinda Becker PVCC SE Regional VP

If you are interested in joining our team or have any questions, please contact Mindy Stalter at mstalter@petvetcarecenters.com


 Together, let's make a positive impact on pets' lives in Brookhaven and beyond! 🐾




Pay Range
$100,000$150,000 USD

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Why Consider Our Doraville Hospital?

At WellPet Humane, our team members all share the same passion for making and keeping animals healthy.

Our hospital truly is an excellent place to work, with a highly skilled team focused on 'best in practice' veterinary care.

We are very supportive of individuals looking to grow their veterinary careers and look forward to hearing from you.

  • We invite you to explore your veterinary career options with WellPet Humane, where you'll be a respected member of a team that loves animals and values the contributions from every individual on the team.
    - WellPet Humane Team


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