Are you a Veterinarian looking for a great place to live and work?
Our clients are the best and our team is like family. At the base of Massanutten mountain, our little community has lots to offer (hiking, biking, golf, snow sports...all in a semi-rural setting), and tucked between Harrisonburg and Charlottesville there's plenty life all around. If you're looking for a small privately owned practice that allows you room to grow as a veterinarian while encouraging a good work-life balance, we'd love to talk to you. You can get more information or apply online at the AVMA Career Center
Now hiring - Receptionist, Vet Assistant or LVT - 2 positions available
We're looking for help at the receptionist desk, as well as someone to assist doctors. If you enjoy working with animals and people, and can handle a fast pace, Apply here
UPDATE POLICIES & PROCEDURES - COVID-19
UPDATED 11/7/2022: Open for ALL CARE, with Inside (masks OPTIONAL) & Curbside service.
CONTINUE TO CALL WHEN YOU ARRIVE IN THE PARKING LOT!!
In light of our area's current low community transmission (via CDC Community Levels calculation), we are now encouraging 1 person to accompany their pet into the building for doctor appointments. At this point, masks will be OPTIONAL for all HEALTHY clients. If you're feeling under the weather, or showing any symptoms of illness, we ask that you remain in the car and take advantage of our curbside service. We also ask that you continue to call when you arrive in the parking lot so that we can control the number of people in the waiting room and allow everyone to be able to maintain healthy distances there. See information below for specific details. We will continually evaluate both local positivity rate and client needs to assess when we can further relax (or potentially tighten) these measures.
What does this mean for Clients & Patients?
We are still not accepting New Clients at this time.
Unfortunately, at this time due to staffing issues, we are still not be able to accept new clients. We will reconsider this as soon as we are able to hire another veterinarian. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please do not come to the clinic if you have been exposed to COVID-19, have a fever or are exhibiting signs of ANY illness
No one will be allowed to enter the building with any signs of illness or known exposure to COVID-19. It is important to stay home if you are exhibiting signs of illness or have a fever. Even if you do not have the COVID-19 virus, you may be more susceptible to it and should avoid public places like our clinic for your own safety. You are welcome to send your pets in with a trusted neighbor, friend or family member. We will contact you by phone for details and payment.
STEPS FOR YOUR CLINIC VISITS:
Clients are encouraged to fill multiple months of prescription meds when possible.
Decreasing the number of visits by people to the clinic over time is an important way that we can limit community spread. We will be encouraging people to pick up 2-3 months worth of any medication they give their pets on a regular basis whenever possible (Supply may sometimes limit this, but we are striving to keep everything we need on hand.) Prescription pickup will be handled curbside (as above).
What does this mean for our Staff?
Masks are now optional for our staff members and clients.
We know that some people are still quite concerned with the risks of COVID-19 and other contagious illnesses so we are happy to accommodate and support anyone who chooses to continue to mask. If you come into an appointment and would prefer that our doctors and staff wear a mask, please feel free to ask. We will be happy to accommodate that request.
COVID-19 Vaccination, Illness and our Staff
While many members of our staff have taken advantage of the opportunity to be vaccinated, not all have chosen to do such. We have not and will not require vaccination of any employee. We will follow all CDC guidelines on determining employee quarantine, testing and return to work in order to protect ourselves and the community. We have also asked our staff to mask whenever they feel that they may be experiencing any symptoms of illness to protect fellow staff members as well as clients.
Increased hand washing & cleaning during the day.
This applies to everyone, including our receptionists. Staff will continue to wash hands before and after every appointment. We have always worked hard to keep things very clean in our clinic with regular surface cleaning between appointments and daily mopping. We will continue to perform thorough in-clinic mopping and extra surface cleaning, including surfaces such as doorknobs, chairs, etc. Our cleaning solutions (Rocal & Odoban) are effective against the COVID-19 virus, so mopping the floor to remove any aerosolized droplets that have fallen to the floor and wiping surfaces like tables, counters and doorknobs further decreases potential exposure and spread.
Small Animal Medicine, Surgery, Dentistry & Laser Therapy
Will Green, DVM
Julie Green, DVM, MS
Monday..............8:00 - 6:00
Tuesday.............8:00 - 6:00
Wednesday........8:00 - 1:00
Thursday............8:00 - 6:00
Friday.................8:00 - 5:00
For daytime emergencies (or if you don't have a regular vet), we recommend Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service and Specialty (VETSS) at 434-973-3519.
They are located next to the Charlottesville airport.
For AFTER HOURS emergencies, we recommend Greenbriar Emergency Animal Hospital at (434) 202-1616. You must call ahead.
For pre-visit paperwork and additional information:
Across from East Rockingham Medical Center
13800 Spotswood Trail
Elkton, VA 22827
Phone: (540) 298-1008
Fax: (540) 298-8666