As a primary care veterinarian, you know your patients’ healthcare needs better than anyone. Sometimes those needs require that you utilize an extension of your practice—the veterinary specialist. By collaborating together, the primary care veterinarian and the veterinary specialist can provide the widest range of diagnostics and treatment options available for overall excellent patient care.
The Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson considers its clientele to be both the pet owner and their referring veterinarians. Good communication and cooperation with the referring veterinarian is essential to VSCT’s goal of offering the best patient care and customer service possible.
We look forward to fostering a healthy partnership with you and your staff and share your goal of providing your patients with the best quality of life. Please complete our Referral Form when referring your patients to our practice.
Continuing Education Lecture Series
|Feb 20, 2019||6:30pm-7:30pm||To Extract or Not to Extract, That is the Question||Dr. Roxane MacLellan, DVM, Diplomate AVDC|
|Feb 28, 2019||7:00pm-8:00pm||Alfaxalone: An update in the advancement of injectable anesthesia||Dr. Elizabeth Martinez, DVM, DACVAA|
|Mar 29, 2019||3:00pm-6:00pm||Arizona Opioid Epidemic: What Veterinarians Need To Know||Captain John Leavitt and Lieutenant Chris Wildblood of Tucson PD|
|Apr 25, 2019||6:30pm-7:30pm||What’s cookin in the Cornea? Avoiding Corneal Catastrophe||Dr. Melissa Kubai, DVM, Diplomate ACVO|
|Oct 24, 2019||6:00pm-7:00pm||Reducing Patient Stress and Fear in the Veterinary Setting||Audra Kelley, CVT|
|Nov 6, 2019||6:00pm-7:00pm||New rapid valley fever test! Rapid bed side diagnostic assay for valley fever – when and how to use it.||Sallianne Schlacks, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM and Polina Vishkautsan, DVM, Diplomate, ACVIM|
|Jan 28, 2020||6:30pm-7:30pm||Regional Oral Nerve Blocks in Small Animal Dentistry||Roxane H. MacLellan, DVM, DAVDC|
|Feb 18, 2020||6:30pm-7:30pm||The Lens – Much Ado About Cataract||Dr. Melissa Kubai, DVM, Diplomate ACVO|
Work With The Best!
Please email, fax, or mail your cover letter, application and resume to Ms. Judith Gonzalez at email@example.com Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson is the preferred veterinary hospital for emergency and specialty care in Southern Arizona. Our award-winning hospital has recently expanded to 32,000 square feet and is equipped with the latest medical equipment and technology backed by a dedicated, highly trained, seasoned support staff. The continued growth and expansion of our specialty staff means we are looking for motivated, talented individuals who are committed to our mission. Come join our exciting organization!
Excellent employee benefits including health and dental insurance, vacations and paid holidays, 401(k) retirement savings plan, profit sharing plan, paid continuing education, and pet discounts are just some of our employee friendly benefits in addition to competitive salary plans.
Tucson is a city of nearly one million residents, surrounded by mountains and noted for its affordable housing, low cost of living, and year-round sunshine offering a multitude of outdoor recreational activities. Tucson is also the home to the University of Arizona and the Sonoran Desert Museum. For more information on the City of Tucson and its area amenities, please go to the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitor’s Bureau’s website Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitor’s Bureau’s website.
Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.