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Welcome! I am glad you have arrived here on this page to learn about us and evaluate a prospective “match” for your time and talent.

As you review the information below, I encourage you to think about both the factors contributing to your decision to take a new job, as well as those that cause you to want to stay and thrive in that job – the compatibility, inspiration, fulfillment, and opportunities you hope to experience in your new job on a day-to-day basis, and over the course of your career. For this, you need answers and insights into what your life as an ACCC Oncology Specialist would really be like, and our ACCC doctors want to tell you themselves.

If the information on this page and our general website appeals to you, then I very much want to speak to you. Or if you know someone and your referral is hired, you will receive $1,000 toward cancer care for your pet, or that of your friend, family, colleague or client. Please call or email me directly or complete the form below. From one Oncology Specialist to another, I understand that making job and career decisions in our industry is exciting and intense. I wish you the very best no matter where your decisions lead.

Dr. Stephanie Correa, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)
Founder and President, Animal Cancer Care Clinic
Cell: 954-579-3776
Email: DrStephanie@AnimalCancerCareClinic.com

LIVE like you want; THRIVE like you can.

Join our amazing team of professionals:

Dr. Camps

Medical Oncology

Dr. Correa

Medical Oncology

Dr. Fernandez

Medical Oncology

Dr. Hodgkiss

Medical Oncology

Dr. Holtsinger

Medical Oncology

Dr. Wood

Medical Oncology

Dr. Moore

Medical Oncology

Dr. Roof

Medical Oncology

Dr. Ruddle

Medical Oncology

Dr. Soles

Medical Oncology

Dr. Sones

Medical Oncology

Dr. Williams

Medical Oncology

It all starts with asking the right questions

Ask yourself,

“Why has ACCC’s vet-owned and managed practice been able to attract and retain the largest pool of expert Oncology Specialists in the country?”

Better yet, ask them.

Dr. Camps
Dr. Fernandez
Dr. Roof
Dr. Sones
Dr. Williams
Dr. Wood

“I used to be an intern here, and simply put, there is a reason why so many interns come back to work here. It’s not because they are from here originally, as most of us are not. When I came back, it literally felt like I was coming home and even kind of like I had never really left. The entire organization has been so supportive of me throughout my career, and I have kept in touch with many of them. We know what we are going to get here, and it’s not just a job, it truly is family.”

“Because we are vet-owned and operated, our management knows how we work and provides the tools and support we need to keep focused on what we should be. From our specialized staff and equipment to the clinics themselves – everything is customized for us. We are truly centered around providing the best cancer care environment for our clients and patients and if we ever get even slightly distracted from that, our leadership brings us right back to it.”

“Working with this many veterinary oncologists every day gives us a constant flow of diverse cases, and a unique opportunity to collaborate, help one another, and learn. We have a rare depth of in-house expertise to assist with cases, workload, schedules, etc.”

“The one thing I would say to oncologists considering a new job is that in the end, you want to sleep at night knowing your patients are well cared for by individuals and an organization that shares your goals. I can tell you from experience that this is not always the case at other places. I may not always be on-site for my patient’s every visit, but I absolutely know and trust my co-workers at ACCC. When I’m not able to be there, they make the right decisions, and handle my patients with the same love and care that I do because we all share the same goals.”

“I started as an intern here and came back to work full time immediately after my residency 3 years later. I interviewed at several clinics and hospitals, and learned that though the compensation and benefits were fairly comparable, the one thing I was really interested in was not. ACCC just has a culture I’ve never experienced before. It feels like a big family. Even when I was an intern, I felt important – like I was a part of their team. When personal issues come up, as they do for everyone, I’ve felt supported and cared for. That means everything to me.”

Now ask yourself,

“What is the next step toward exploring a decision to join ANIMAL CANCER CARE CLINIC?”

Better yet, ask us. 

Submit your contact information below and Dr. Correa will reach out to answer all your questions.  We look forward to hearing from you!