Employment Opportunities

Do you LOVE people? Do you have a CALMING EFFECT on animals?

At Veterinary Healing Center, our exceptional team of compassionate, health centered, hard-working, fun loving people drive our success! We all have pets of our own and believe in treating them like family!

We are accepting resumes from passionate, energetic, observant, reliable, patient, kind-hearted people with outstanding communication skills for the following positions: Registered Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Assistant, Veterinary Receptionist, and Kennel Attendant

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    • Jackie Jaynes-CreelJackie Jaynes-Creel

      The Veterinary Healing Center of Folsom and El Dorado Hills has been fantastic. They have been there through some of the most difficult decisions (letting our Oreo go) to just making sure our girls are healthy (annual checkups). They are loving to our Boston and Chihuahua even when the dogs are not willing to be touched. This is a very Caring place. If you want to go somewhere that is fabulous with your fur babies this is the place. ��

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    • Tahoe R.Tahoe R.

      Today was my first time bringing my 2 dogs here ami and kuma, I just moved from downtown to el dorado hills so I needed to get a new local vet.
      I was very... Read More

    • Karen Widden-MartinezKaren Widden-Martinez

      Wonderful care, knowledgeable veterinarians.

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    • Shirley Bill MurrayShirley Bill Murray

      We were so pleased that you got Baby in to see you so quickly. Thank you for your caring for our pet. Dr. McKerney is the best.

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    • Nikki Z.Nikki Z.

      Came today and Sarah helped me with what I needed and this visit was by far the fastest and easiest!!! Read More

    • Margaret Daly ClaessenMargaret Daly Claessen

      The Veterinary Healing Center in El Dorado Hills is fantastic. My cat Marshmallow and I have been with them for a year. I brought Marshmallow there for a second opinion about his breathing problems because of asthma and upper respiratory issues. He was getting injections about every 6 weeks, and those many trips to the vet were very stressful on him. Dr. McKerney, took Marshmallow off the injections - steroids and convenia – and put him on a tablet of doxycycline. She felt that his main issue is upper respiratory. Marsh has not had any breathing problems for a year, and he is happy to take his pill in a pill pocket! I have such a positive experience when Marshmallow and I visit. Marsh is not the best behaved patient, and Dr. McKerney is wonderful and is always so patient and gentle with him, and the staff is patient and gentle with him, too – I am grateful, and thankful!!

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    • Annbritt OutzenAnnbritt Outzen

      Our first ever visit to them. A+ from beginning to end .

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