Client and Patient Care Coordinator
Employment type: Full Time
The role of veterinary patient care coordinator is to be the liaison between the doctor and medical team and the client and patient. This position requires knowledge and interest in client communications, hospital protocol and services, record keeping, clerical duties, practical knowledge of veterinary medicine terminology and liability.
Customer and Personal Service – the ability to be empathetic, accurate, compassionate, resourceful, and conscientious.
General Office Practices and Procedures
Equine Patient Care- Treatment knowledge is a plus. Recognizing how and why treatments and diagnostics are performed to recognize changes in estimates, incorrect charges, errors in treatment plan and to recognize the norm. This allows the ability to communicate clearly and confidently with veterinarians, technicians and clients about patients and invoices.
Qualifications / Skills:
Equine experience is a plus
Communication- Excellent organizational, written, and oral communication skills.
Analytical- The Patient Care Coordinator is required to analyze patient data, understand it, and ensure proper client communication and/or education and follow up appropriately.
Active Listening- Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate
Detail Orientation – Paying attention to the details and making a conscious effort to understand causes instead of just the effects.
Self-motivation and direction
Please submit cover letter and resume to Dawn Ermish at email@example.com please enter Administrative in the subject line.
No telephone inquiries please.
Littleton Equine Medical Center is currently seeking a full time technician/assistant to work for one of our associate veterinarians. A Certified Veterinary Technician is preferred. LEqMC is a full-service equine specialty referral center located in Littleton, Colorado (southwest Denver) with 21 veterinarians and 15 certified veterinary technicians on staff. Equine related experience is a must and clinical background is preferred. The assistant will show horses in hand for lameness exams, assist veterinarian with emergency cases, prepare for routine vaccinations and de worming, set up for joint injections, properly scrubs joint injection sites, keep truck clean and stocked, and participate in the training of veterinary technician students, veterinary students, and veterinary assistants. Must be able to work in a team setting, as well as be able to manage time and triage independently, have excellent communication skills, and a strong work ethic.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Jessica White or Annaliese Catlin at
firstname.lastname@example.org please enter technician/assistant in the subject line.
No telephone inquiries please
Employment type: Part Time
This position is responsible for daily management of the surgical/outpatient barn and stalls. Duties include but are not limited to cleaning each patients’ stall at least twice daily, stripping empty stalls and preparing them for incoming patients, ensuring each patient has clean water at all times, feeding each patient according to veterinarian’s orders and assisting with patient monitoring.
Perform daily cleaning of stalls
Feed patients daily according to doctor instructions
Water patients and ensure access to clean water at all times
Strip and prepare stalls for incoming patients
Clean contaminated stalls according to bio-security protocol (training provided)
Monitoring patients and reporting any issue to veterinarian/technician
Assist with patients as requested
Equine experience required
Able to lift 50 -75 lbs.
Ability to work independently
Duration and Compensation:
Part time, includes weekend shifts. Salary range depends on experience and will be discussed.
Closing Date: Applications are being accepted at any time and interviews will be on-going until position is filled. Please email all inquiries and resumes to email@example.com, attention David Ermish. No phone calls please.