Greater Staten Island Veterinary Services is growing!
Our hospital is a 24-hour Emergency and Specialty Referral practice serving the pet owners of Staten Island. Our emergency and critical care service is available 24/7/365 with doctors and veterinary technicians always in the hospital and ready to treat a variety of emergencies including trauma, toxicities, sepsis, foreign body ingestion, organ failure, and environmental emergencies. We also offer specialty referral services with specialists in surgery and cardiology services at our Staten Island location. Our patients have access to multiple other specialties including internal medicine, neurology, oncology, ophthalmology, and more, through our affiliated practices and inter-hospital transportation. We are affiliated with Garden State Veterinary Specialists in Eatontown, NJ, and Garden Staten Veterinary Services in Woodbridge, NJ. We are always on the lookout for more specialists/specialties to join us so we may provide the best care possible for our patients.
Our practice offers the latest in diagnostics and equipment including: an in-house laboratory featuring hematology, chemistry, coagulation, blood gas, and immunology testing. Diagnostic imaging on-site includes: digital radiography, and ultrasonography, and endoscopy fully integrated with our computerized paperless medical records system. Surgical services include advanced orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries. We have multi-parameter monitors; Doppler blood pressure; infusion and syringe pumps; two oxygen cages; blood banking/transfusion therapy; nutritional support; and much more.
We would love to have you join our GSiVS family in providing exceptional care for pets and their families in our newest location. Please submit your resume via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or check out https://veritasvetpartners.applytojob.com/ for current job listings.
Positions at Greater Staten Island Veterinary Services
Licensed Veterinary Technicians:
Responsibilities include everything outside of prescribing/diagnosing/and performing surgery. Our veterinary technicians are expected to be the front line of nursing care, providing appropriate medical care and treatments as ordered by the veterinarian. They will handle the administration and monitoring of anesthetics, laboratory testing, radiographs, triage, assessment of pain and patient advocacy, etc. They ensure their patients are clean and taken care of. They will have responsibilities in the mentoring and training of less experienced technicians and assistants. LVTs should be knowledgeable in anatomy & physiology, disease processes, drug calculations, patient protocols, CPR, etc. Continuing education is mandatory as well as on-going in-hospital training to expand their skills and knowledgebase.
We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated, and flexible team members with exceptional time management and communication skills. New graduates and current students are welcomed! Internship agreements are in place with some of the veterinary technology programs in the region. On-going training, mentorship, and continued development of your skills and knowledge are important to us.
he veterinary assistant is intended for those who have not attended school for veterinary technology and/or are early in their career in veterinary medicine. The primary role for the assistant is to help facilitate the treatment and examination of patients by LVTs and doctors. This is achieved by learning proper handling and restraint methods, preparing and running laboratory tests, performing radiographs, and providing for the general welfare of our patients. Basic husbandry such as walking, feeding, and cleaning is essential to ensuring successful hospital stays. Cleaning and maintaining inventory at workstations/throughout the hospital is vital to successful operations. Assistants are expected to learn about anatomy and physiology, normal vitals, disease processes, etc., to enable them to take on more responsibilities and become better advocates for their patients. Veterinary Technician students and those considering a career in veterinary medicine are encouraged to apply for the veterinary assistant position. This is a great steppingstone in achieving your goals.
Client Service Representatives:
Primary representative and liaison between our clients and the rest of the team. Common responsibilities include answering the phones, greeting clients and patients when they enter the building, creation of charts/accounts, financial transactions, etc. They will request records from other hospitals, as well as facilitate requests for records/medications for clients and other hospitals. The ability to multi-task and thrive in a fast paced environment is crucial.
The veterinarians in this area have been referring to our family of hospitals for over twenty years. This location has enabled us to provide emergency and referral veterinary care closer to home for our established base of clients as well as new clients in the Staten Island area. We are the only fully staffed 24 hour veterinary hospital in Staten Island.
The emergency service in this hospital is directly supported by friendly approachable specialists in emergency/critical care, surgery, and cardiology and is actively recruiting other specialists. Other specialties are available at our NJ hospitals.
Equipment within our hospital includes but is not limited to digital radiology, ultrasound, endoscopy, comprehensive in-house lab and point of care tests, surgery suite, paperless medical records, banked blood products, Snyder oxygen cages, multiparameter monitors, and more. We have complimentary weekday transportation for patients between our hospitals as needed. We have a great location at the intersection of Victory Blvd and Richmond Avenue in Staten Island, with lots of parking and 24 hour amenities. This location is easily commutable to locations in central NJ, Staten Island, and other boroughs of NYC. This is a great area to live in, with easy access to beaches, sports, arts, NYC, Philadelphia, several airports, parks, shopping and more!