MedVet bolsters compensation and benefits for technicians, assistants, and client services representatives


Plus, additional benefits and a “Clinical Services Career Framework” that provides a path for promotion following credentialing/specialty certification

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MedVet recently announced the restructuring of pay ranges to increase compensation and benefits for it credentialed technicians, assistants, and client services representatives. In addition, the organization released an expanded Career Framework to promote career growth within the profession over the course of a career.

“A core principle of our Caregiver Experience is supporting our team’s wellbeing. From a financial perspective, this means providing a total compensation package that includes competitive pay and comprehensive benefits as well as providing more career growth opportunities,” said Jennifer Kerestan, MedVet’s Chief Clinical Officer. “By investing in our caregivers, we create an exceptional experience for our patients, clients, and referring veterinary partners.”

Along with competitive pay, caregivers continue to receive MedVet’s a plethora of benefits, including:

  • Comprehensive healthcare, including medical (MedVet pays 70% of the premium for individual and family plans), dental, and vision coverage
  • Company-paid life and disability insurance
  • Paid parental leave and fertility benefits
  • 401k matching
  • Access to mental wellbeing resources, including a confidential Employee Assistance Program and company-paid access to TalkSpace and HeadSpace.
  • Clinical Services Career Framework, which guarantees immediate promotion and higher pay following credentialling or specialty certification, and that is supported by mentorship, education, and professional development programs.
  • Clinical Services Scholarship Opportunities supporting those interested in becoming a credentialed technician or Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS)
  • Continuing education stipend

“Being the best place in our profession to give and receive care requires we attend to the needs of our caregivers,” said Dr. Linda Lehmkuhl, MedVet’s Chief Executive Officer. “We’re incredibly fortunate to be experiencing healthy growth, and proud to be making this additional investment in our team, for whomw we are incredibly grateful.”

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