Internship Philosophy: To provide mentorship balanced with responsibility, and offer opportunities for special focus. By the end of the internship year, doctors will have deepened their diagnostic, surgical, and technical skills, as well as their understanding of equine medicine. Our interns will leave having experience in a busy general practice as well as specialty training by our board-certified specialists ( DACVS, DACVIM, DABVP, DACVSMR).
Internship Duties: Assist with in-house and ambulatory cases; surgery; evening and weekend treatments and on call emergency duties; weekend anesthesia duties. Help manage the medical care of critical patients, facilitate day-to-day operations of the clinic, and help our staff with daily appointments
Additional Information: Interns rotate weekly as follows: 1) In-House Intern 2) Over Night Intern 3) Field Intern. The primary intern is responsible for day time in house case management, daytime emergencies, daytime surgeries, and is on call for overnight surgeries. The overnight intern is responsible for helping the night technician with in house case management, as well as taking in after hours emergencies. The field intern accompanies associates on daytime ambulatory calls.
Two week externship, three letters of recommendation, current resume, letter of intent (one page), and ID Photo
** Depending on the current status of COVID, an externship may not be necessary for selection. A virtual interview may be performed instead **