House call Veterinarian – full or part time, San Francisco, CA, USA
Our client’s company is a leading provider of in-home veterinary care and is revolutionizing the pet industry!
Our client’s company believes all pets deserve quality care in the comfort of their own homes.
This veterinary practice can accommodate the busy schedules of modern day pet owners while enabling experienced veterinarians to focus on what they do best-provide the highest quality of pet care, not focus on sales quotas. The technology platform offers easy access, transparent pricing and real time medical support for clients, bundled with an innovative model that enables the provider to offer better, more personalized care at a better value.
Our client’s veterinary team brings experience from careers in veterinary medicine, healthcare and technology. The company expects the best and for customers and pets. The company is agile and challenging the status quo. They keep it real. Together we are pioneering the future of veterinary care so everyone wins.
The company founder is a serial entrepreneur.
More about The Role: Veterinarians go on house call visits along with accompanying technicians in a set geographical area. The doctors see primary care cases-eyes, ears, skin, GI, vaccines, travel certificates. The practice does 55% cats. An additional 20% is geriatric dogs. The practice partners with brick and mortar clinics to ensure that we can get surgeries, anesthetic procedures and imaging performed on patients if needed.
The practice plans to open up their first surgical center in LA in 6 months in order to bring that work in-house. The belief if that expensive real estate should be used for high-end procedures and not primary care-we want to build out a hub & spoke model. Primary care at home and imaging and anesthetic procedures in the clinics.
The average veterinarian does 5-6 visits a day and can make $650 to $800 per day. It greatly reduces the patient load on a veterinarian and improves the quality of care that each patient receives. There are veterinarians in the business who make $1,100 per day. Full time veterinarians can make from $130K to $185K per year, depending on how many visits they see in an average day. Income is dependent on how much time the veterinarian gives us and how many pets they see in that time frame. There is no “production pay” so you don’t have to sell anything to clients. All you have to do is focus on patient care.
Veterinarian profile: Veterinarians who love preventative and primary care. Can’t be too shy as we go into homes and need to be able to converse well with clients. Veterinarians who do not want to work in “corporate medicine”. Veterinarians who want more freedom and flexibility over their time and finances. 2+ years of experience. We are not a great training ground for veterinarians right out of school.