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Veterinary Technicians, Connect with Us!

Are you ready to put your clinical skills, communication skills, and caring into practice at a clinic committed to delivering the best veterinary service? The University of Illinois Medical District Veterinary Clinic in Chicago seeks a veterinary technician to be part of our patient-centered, client-focused team. This full-time (37.5-hour week), civil-service (contract) position requires successful […]

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Join Our Team: Office Administrator Position Open

Work for an amazing clinic that has a close bond with its patients and clients. (Just see all of our positive reviews on Facebook and Yelp!) The University of Illinois Medical District Veterinary Clinic in Chicago seeks an Office Administrator to provide administrative support and assistance to the Director of the Medical District Veterinary Clinic and […]

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Resident Caterpillars Aid in Monarch Butterfly Conservation

We are excited to introduce you to our two monarch caterpillars on display, Logan and Pilsen! This fall, Veterinary Behavior at Illinois and Medical District Veterinary Clinic at Illinois are teaming up to promote the conservation of one of our favorite insects—the monarch butterfly. This captivating insect is not only a beautiful summer guest of […]

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The recent canine influenza outbreak in Chicago is caused by a different strain of the virus than was earlier assumed. According to laboratory scientists at Cornell University and the University of Wisconsin, the outbreak is caused by a virus related to Asian strains of influenza A H3N2 viruses—not the H3N8 strain. Both strains can cause high fever, loss […]

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