AniCura Regional Animal Hospital Bagarmossen is one of Sweden’s largest and most modern animal hospitals for dogs and cats. Our 24/7 emergency, ICU and specialist hospital now wants to strengthen the ECC further and is therefore looking for an emergency and critical care specialist joining the team.
We are situated about 10 minutes outside Stockholm City next to Nacka nature reserve with beautiful lakes and woodland just around the corner of the house. With our 180 employees, and around the clock services for both referrals and first opinion cases, we are the only 24-hour, 7 days a week, 365 days a year open - small animal hospital in the Stockholm County. The hospital receives approximately 30 000 patients annually of which 11 000-12 000 are emergency cases.
The ICU is the heart of our hospital, and it underwent extensive remodelling a couple of years ago and has 14 regular kennels and 4 oxygen cages. The equipment is state of the art and includes a defibrillator, high flow oxygen therapy, ventilator, direct arterial blood pressure monitoring, point of care ultrasound, telemetry etc. Normal occupancy in the ICU is around 1 700-1800 patients per year.
The hospital runs a blood bank with pet donors and has access to canine and feline component therapy. Other than emergency and critical care, referral services include surgery, internal medicine, neurology, ophthalmology, clinical pathology with on-site laboratory, cardiology and imaging (including digital radiography, 1.5T MRI and dual slice CT). Several of the services are run by board certified diplomates, fellow or residency trained staff.
We offer a competitive salary based on qualifications and experience, an interesting caseload and a flexible rota and our ideal candidate is a board certified ECC specialist (ACVECC/ECVECC). Sweden is an open and friendly country with beautiful nature and labour laws (including maternity/ paternity leave) that makes an excellent opportunity for a good work-life balance. Stockholm, a progressive and vibrant city, that offers a lot to do, see, eat, drink and experience. Ideally for you who both enjoy city pulse but also appreciate to have easy access to nature. English is spoken by a majority of the Swedish people and Swedish lessons will be arranged during working hours.
The position is open now. To apply, please click on "ansök" below. If you have questions about the position, feel free to contact our Chief veterinarian, Anna Rave Vestberg, at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Deputy Practice Manager, Erika Kalmér, email@example.com +46 70 555 15 21.