Beacon Veterinary Specialists and Central Veterinary Hospital in Fremont, CA are seeking full-time or part-time veterinarians to join our family!
We have opportunities for all skill levels whether you’re just starting out, looking to ramp up a career in Emergency Medicine, or you are an experienced clinician looking for your forever clinic.
Your Wellbeing Matters:
We invest in our team in hopes that Beacon Veterinary Specialists or Central Veterinary Hospital becomes a long-term career choice where there are always growth opportunities. Our clinics offer an excellent set of benefits for employees, including:
Work-life balance: Generous paid time off and flexible scheduling give you plenty of time for your life outside of work
Financial: Competitive salary, production without negative accrual, relocation assistance, 401(k) contributions, and employee discounts to help you reach your financial goals
Professional development: Annual CE allowance, ongoing mentoring, and full support from a talented and passionate staff to help you every step of the way
Additional Benefits: Paid license renewal fees, paid membership dues, plus much more!
If you’re looking for a hospital with high-quality medical standards and mentorship, Central Veterinary Hospital is just the place for you. You’ll get comprehensive mentoring with our experienced staff of veterinarians and technicians. Collaboration is critical to ensuring top care for our patients. You’ll have access to our sister hospitals, Beacon Veterinary Specialists, and Animal Eye Care. With access to emergency and specialty practitioners just a phone call away, you’ll get all the support you need early on.
We are interested in friendly, creative collaborators. At both Beacon and Central, we’re independently owned and operated. If you have ideas, we can implement them! We are a flexible and collaborative group of professionals who think creatively in order to improve patient care and medicine. We’re also known for being genuinely likable people, and we absolutely love what we do. We sincerely enjoy collaborating with primary care and referring veterinarians - our next team member should too!
About Our Practices:
Beacon Veterinary Specialists and Central Veterinary Hospital specialize in providing state-of-the-art care for animals throughout the Bay Area. Primary care veterinarians refer cases to us that require special treatment that they aren’t able to provide in their own hospital. We have been providing these services for Bay Area pet owners for many years and have worked closely with our community and organizations to help treat and protect the animals that we cherish so much. In October 2020, Beacon acquired Central Veterinary Hospital (primary care) and has since established a widely recognized up-and-coming powerhouse within the veterinary industry.
Live your Best Life!
Fremont, California, offers the perfect blend of natural beauty, outdoor recreation, local history, and a great local food and craft beer scene. It provides an excellent location from which to unplug, unwind and explore all that the Bay Area, and the surrounding region, have to offer.
If you are interested in becoming part of a private general practice or emergency team with an excellent community reputation, a positive work environment, and a focus on providing high-quality service while living your best-balanced life, APPLY NOW!
Beacon Veterinary Specialists is home to three veterinary practices formerly known as Ohlone Veterinary Emergency, Veterinary Orthopedic and Surgery Service, and Veterinary Internal Medicine Service. In 2016, we came together as one practice to better reflect the collaborative nature of how we care for our patients.
We pay particular attention to the comfort and safety of all patients by ensuring:
A thorough physical examination
Advanced anesthetic monitoring – if necessary – by licensed veterinary technicians
Around the clock nursing care
A veterinarian is at the hospital at all times
And for the families of our patients, we offer:
A team of compassionate and experienced animal health care professionals
An intention to ease your fears, answer your questions, and help you every way we can
A recommended plan of treatment with estimated costs
Timely communication to keep you informed if your pet is hospitalized
Coordination with your veterinarian for follow up care
When your primary care veterinarian’s clinic is closed, or your pet needs advanced care by a board-certified specialist, count on Beacon. We’re here for you and your pet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
...What Makes a Specialist?
To be considered a specialist, one must pursue significant additional training from an accredited program after graduating veterinary school. This typically includes a one-year internship, followed by a two to three-year residency in a particular medical discipline. Gaining acceptance into a residency-training program can be quite competitive, therefore only those with the highest academic and professional achievement gain entry. In addition to the clinical training, a veterinarian may also publish original research and pass a series of rigorous examinations to earn this designation.
Once all qualifications are met, they have earned the title of Diplomate. This “D” will appear before the acronym of the organization from which they completed their studies. For instance, our surgeons, are Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons – look for the DACVS after their name. Our internists, are Diplomates of the American College of Internal Medicine – look for DACVIM after their name, etc.
Note: We have a special relationship with Animal Eye Care with whom we share a building. We can easily coordinate care for any patient requiring the expertise of a board certified veterinary ophthalmologist.