Over the last 4 years, I juggled between private practice part-time and playing a pivotal role at SPCA Singapore.
Truth be told, I spread myself too thin and did a subpar job at both ends.
Therefore, I am finally taking the next big step to build a clinic/team with the facilities and capabilities to provide the best possible standard of care (but no MRI/CT).
Atlas Veterinary Clinic & Surgery
(Coming soon Nov/Dec 2021 –http://atlasvet.com.sg/)
5 years ago, faced with all the frustrations in the veterinary industry, I quit being a vet and changed career path.
We are all too familiar with the shortcomings of this industry:
I only rekindled my passion and returned as a vet after seeing the stray/community animals at SPCA.
My time at SPCA allowed me to focus on why I became a vet in the first place…
…to treat and help animals.
This is why the THREE main purposes of Atlas Vet include:
If these 3 goals excite you, do you want to join my “Avengers” team?
Our goal is not to overwhelm ourselves by trying to treat as many animals as possible.
It is to treat a finite group of patients well, and have some fun along the way.
And we are looking to add a few more team members to join us on this adventure.
One last thing…
A clinic can have the coolest tools but workplace culture is the difference between showing up daily feeling empowered or dreading every single minute of it.
We are a small team so it is important to us that we find the right team member.
If you are interested to find out more, please send your resume to email@example.com
So we can get to know each other. 🙂
Coffee is on me! ☕
Or visit us at https://atlasvet.com.sg/
Haoting Chow, DVM (Melbourne)
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