The Large Animal Clinical DVM will primarily provide instruction focusing on the clinical (fourth) year curriculum at the DeBusk Veterinary Teaching Center. Clinical services will consist of ambulatory visits in the local area as well as in-house care of the teaching herds. On-call will be limited and shared amongst clinical year clinicians. The veterinarian will provide oversight and content delivery to students in clinical case management and select didactic lectures. They will work closely with faculty specializing in large animal medicine, large animal surgery, anesthesiology and theriogenology. They will, in consultation with other large animal faculty, develop and implement a comprehensive herd health program for care and management of the teaching herds of horses and production animals at LMU and assume primary oversight of the comprehensive herd health plan and its administration by fourth year students.
DVM/VMD or equivalent degree in good professional standing and clinical experience