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Location: Fort Valley, Georgia
Type: Avenues Internship
Central Georgia Equine Services is a boutique practice in middle Georgia offering a comprehensive selection in services in both the ambulatory and hospital settings. We do not do any colic or orthopedic surgery but maintain an outstanding relationship with multiple referral hospitals for the surgical care of cases that are in need of those services. We do offer an extensive portfolio of imaging, reproduction, lameness and medical services. Applicants can gain more information about the practice on our website at www.equineservices.com.
Interns will be exposed to a very large variety of cases from backyard pets to elite athletes. We have great support staff in the clinic and we enjoy practicing as a group. Out team approach leads to greater professional enjoyment and a higher level of patient care. Our veterinarians are accompanied by a veterinary assistant at all times. Our emphasis is on quality of care, not quantity. We take pride in getting new graduates ready for the next step in their careers.
The internship is a one year salaried position typically reserved for recent graduates of veterinary school. In order to apply for the internship, a two week externship is required prior to application. A letter of intent, resume and three letters of recommendation are required for application for the internship. Completion is the NAVLE is required. A license to practice in the state of Georgia will be required prior to starting the internship.
The internship is for one year with a variable starting date. The intern is scheduled to work weekdays and every other weekend. The intern will work alongside a senior clinician until they become comfortable with routine cases. Once comfortable and confident the intern will see appointments both in the hospital and in the field. These will include: preventative health, dentistry, lacerations, acute lameness and colic workups. The intern will continue to see appointments and hospital cases at the clinic with a staff veterinarian. These will include but are not limited to: surgeries, endoscopic exams, advanced lameness exams, advanced dental work, internal medicine cases, neonatal care and reproduction services.
Emergency duty is shared with a senior clinician until the intern is confident and comfortable handling cases without supervision. A senior clinician is always available for consultation if needed. The intern will earn emergency fees on every case that they see. Emergency duty is shared with other associate veterinarians.
Employee Benefits include one week of vacation, attendance to a continuing education meeting, Professional Liability Insurance and AAEP dues paid by the practice. Health insurance and other supplemental benefits provided.
Please submit a cover letter, resume/curriculum vitae and three letters of reference. Completion of a previous two week student externship at Central Georgia Equine Services is required.
The internship is a one year salaried position typically reserved for recent graduates of veterinary school. Preference will be given to applicants who have previously completed a two week externship with CGES prior to application. A letter of intent, resume and three letters of recommendation are required for application for the internship. Completion is the NAVLE is required. A license to practice in the state of Georgia will be required prior to starting the internship.