Careers
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RECEPTIONIST
Responsibilities include scheduling appointments, answering the telephone, setting up new clients and patients, preparation and maintenance of medical records, admitting and discharging patients, filling some prescriptions, over the counter sales, mailings, computer operation, financial transactions, filing, and front office and reception area maintenance. Receptionists will assume the responsibility for acquiring the medical and legal information necessary for the performance of their duties.
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VETERINARY NURSES
Vet Nurses are responsible for assisting the doctors, laboratory procedures, radiology, client communication, medical procedures, pharmacy, operation and maintenance of instruments and equipment, inventory, daily treatment and care of hospitalized patients, rehabilitation, assisting in the operating room and maintenance of the OSHA and Hazardous Materials programs. We adhere to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (UK) code of conduct and professional for Veterinary Nurses.
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TRAINEE NURSES
Trainees are responsible for animal handling, bathing and grooming, cleaning, feeding, laundry, waste disposal, and running lab work, whilst assisting Vet Nurses and Vet Surgeons. They must enroll in an approved Distance Education course which will give them a Veterinary Nurse qualification and be committed to studying and completing the coursework. They are constantly supervised by qualified Veterinary Nurses. Preference given to qualified human nurses with at least one year's overseas experience.
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NIGHT NURSES
Night Nurses are the backbone of our hospitalized patients welfare and care. They are responsible for animal handling, night observations and medical charting, bathing and grooming, cleaning, feeding, waste disposal, and running lab work, whilst assisting VN's and Veterinary Surgeons. They must have a Veterinary Nursing or Nursing degree and undergo a training period before being rostered onto night duties. The night rotation is alternated with at least one day rotation per month to ensure the skillset and training is kept constant. They are supervised by qualified Veterinary Nurses and are in direct contact with the Veterinary Surgeons in the evening. Preference given to qualified human nurses with at least one year's overseas experience.
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