Become a partner hospital quickly. It’s free!

Call us or sign up through our website. A Hospital Success Advisor will review our policies with you, answer any questions, and make sure we have coverage in your area – you’ll be able to start scheduling shifts in just a matter of hours.

Fill out your hospital profile.

Remember, you aren’t the only clinic trying to get their attention. Giving our vets the information they need will help your clinic stand out, let them know what to expect, and attract the right doctors to your shifts.

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Fast, tech-enabled scheduling.

With our fast, online scheduling platform, post your shifts and move on with your day – we’ll notify you as soon as they’re filled.

1. Pick a position and date

Let us know what type of shift you need coverage for and when we can help your team.

2. Set the shift hours

Customize your request’s start time, end time, and shift duration, or make your hours flexible.

3. Help your shift get taken by adding optional incentives

Make your shift even more appealing by applying incentives like paid travel time or additional pay for important shifts.

Get to know your IndeVet.

When a doctor signs up for your shift, we’ll send you their clinical profile (see a sample) and video introduction (watch an example) to learn more about them before they walk in your door.

Prepared is our middle name.

Before each shift, our doctors will also have an in-depth profile about your hospital so they know what to expect and can hit the ground running.

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Billing made simple.

You have enough to deal with so we’ve made billing as simple as possible: One invoice every two weeks. One hourly rate per shift type (no overtime rates). No 1099s or payroll taxes. No fees or dues.

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A trusted partner with unlimited potential.

Ready to learn more about becoming an IndeVet hospital partner?

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