Westside Veterinary Clinic, Your other family doctor
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Westside Veterinary Clinic was opened in 1985. Over the years we have increased our capability in serving the local area's veterinary needs with the addition of Dr.Linda Patton in 1991, Dr.Jill Brady in 2009, Dr. Steve Jacobek in 2012, and Dr. Laura Elyse Hutcheson in 2016.
The clinic's mission is to enrich the lives of pets and their people by providing quality, compassionate veterinary care throughout all of the pet's life stages. Good pet health requires the partnership of the pet owner and the veterinary professional. We feel that caring for and educating the pet owner is essential in improving and maintaining pet health.
We provide full service veterinary care for dogs, cats, birds, and a variety of pocket pets. Our services include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, dentistry, high-quality medicine, and emergency care. Our facility is well equipped with in-house CBC/Chemistry analyzer, and radiology (including dental radiology). We also offer day and extended boarding; your dogs can be comfortable in our heated/air conditioned indoor-outdoor runs.
We appreciate the opportunity to serve our clients and strive to be honest, courteous, and respectful in all interactions. Furthermore, we aim to perform appointments and services in a timely manner, without compromising the level of care needed by the pets entrusted to us. Please contact us with any questions and concerns!
Westside Veterinary Clinic
4736 Country Club Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
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Working at Westside
Working at Westside
We're Hiring a Part-Time Veterinary Assistant!
We are looking for a veterinary assistant who is a pet and people oriented individual that will complement our dedicated veterinary care team. This position includes assisting the veterinarian with exams, treatments, x-rays, surgeries, and general pet care and hospital cleaning. After-hours emergency duty may be required on a rotating basis, so employee should live within 15 minutes of the clinic. This job includes 2-3 days a week (some half days, some full days) and Saturday mornings 8-12 on a rotating basis. Experience with animals is preferred, but we will train the right individual. Starts at $9.00/hr, commensurate with experience.
Come in today to pick up an application, or print the application and bring it in completed!!
Westside's mission is to enrich the lives of pets and their people by providing quality, compassionate veterinary care throughout all of the pet’s life stages. We are always accepting applications for pet and people-oriented individuals that will complement our dedicated veterinary care team. Should a position become available, we will review our current applications before posting.
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Meet the Team:
Jill Brady, DVM
Dr. Jill Brady is a 1996 graduate from Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She started her veterinary career at Westside Veterinary Clinic as a kennel person before entering vet school... Read More
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