Extensive veterinary directory now online

Extensive veterinary directory now online

No more thumbing through the phone book. An online index puts veterinary contacts right at your fingertips.
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Oct 19, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

Health Care Hiring makes looking up old colleagues, checking out the competition, or tracking down a specialist in—or out of—your area easier than ever. That’s because the career and employment Web site, healthcarehiring.com, recently relaunched its veterinary directory to include 28,464 veterinarians, veterinary laboratories and specialty practices, and animal hospitals across the country. Free-to-use with no registration, the directory allows you to search by city or state to find full contact information, plus specialties, certifications, office hours and payment methods, and in some cases, diagnostic equipment and procedures performed.

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