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Gain experience in mixed animal private practice. Student will work in clinic setting and on farm visits.
Follow DVM and RVTs through physical exam, anesthesia, monitoring, and dental procedures at a general practice working with cats and dogs.
Dengue is the world’s most common mosquito-transmitted viral disease and is endemic throughout the tropics, where an estimated 390 million infections occur annually. The mission of CDC Dengue Branch is to provide leadership to develop and promote evidence-based strategies to reduce morbidity and mortality from Aedes-transmitted viruses with a focus on dengue. Much of the Branch work is focused in the Caribbean, although our projects extend to the rest of the US and globally.
Students will have the opportunity to work on projects related to applied epidemiology and dengue. Projects may include implementation work on dengue prevention programs (i.e., vector management, vaccines); analyses of data from sentinel surveillance sites, passive surveillance, and other special projects; or outbreak response investigations, as available.
The primary supervisor will work with the student to find projects and activities that meet their interests and learning goals and identify the appropriate point person and resources on the Epidemiology Team to mentor them. Primary and secondary supervisors will be available for career advice and learning opportunities.
All applicants must apply through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) 4th year Epidemiology Elective Program to be enroll in this elective.
35 Select Stock is an equine reproduction operation. With our wide range of horses from newborn foals, mares, geldings, and stallions we are always in need of vet services. Some examples of the vet work required is artificial insemination, live cover breeding, freezing semen, semen evaluations, embryo transfers, reproductive ultrasounds, surgeries, vaccinations, teeth floats, coggins, and health certificates to name a few.
Follow around DVM and work up routine internal medicine cases and surgical cases that can be seen in general practice. Scrub in to surgical procedures. Learn how to manage clients and sick patients.
The opportunity to see the day to day life of Veterinarians in a small town practice with dedicated clients. We offer wellness appointments, sick/emergency appointments. We also offer routine surgeries, IE: hysterectomies, castrations, and front declaws, along with specialized surgeries such as entropion correction, tumor removals, etc. We perform multiple dentals weekly ranging from simple cleaning to full mouth extractions. The practice has 4 full time DVM's, 2 DVM's are in appointments, and 1 DVM is in surgery. Only exception is no surgical procedures are done on Wednesday.
Thrive Pet Healthcare's Veterinary Student Externship Program is committed to providing veterinary students with opportunities to enrich their skills and education through hands-on, hospital experience.
Our goal with this program is to ensure that hospitals teams that want to provide externships can be connected with students who fit their needs both from an experience and geographical perspective, and vice versa.
Our proven process ensures that there is both visibility and oversight of the veterinary students we host and that host hospital teams are supported along the way.
This Externship Program Guide of Pathway Vet Alliance LLC, DBA Thrive Pet Healthcare, and its subsidiary and
parent companies (collectively, the “Company”) is to provide 1st through 4th-year veterinary students with a
personalized and structured experience that fosters learning and development while exposing them to all things
that makes Thrive unique and the employer of choice.
Veterinary students are paired with a doctor in the hospital who will act as their primary mentor. Depending on the
externship site, students may also work with other doctors in the hospital. Student responsibilities will vary
depending on the level of education, length of externship, and host hospital
Diverse mixed animal experience with two OSU alum as husband/wife owners. SWVC also has two full time MA associates who provide some small ruminant and bovine service.
Dr. Kris Willaman is accomplished in SA medicine and surgery and is a great mentor.
Dr. Wes Violet has over 40 years experience in equine practice and has a very busy schedule performing lameness diagnosis and treatment, reproduction and dentistry.
This externship offers ample opportunity for motivated students to gain hands on experience in ultrasound, palpation, field surgeries (i.e. laceration repair, castrations etc), sport horse medicine/lameness, chiropractic, radiology, working horse medicine, herd health management, internal medicine, sales work, and international export in addition to triage/emergency medicine. We are willing to work with individual students to help tailor their experience (as much as possible) towards their area of interest.
Because we are a busy ambulatory practice, the expected hours vary and can range from 40-80 hours weekly with opportunities for more experience managing field emergencies with the veterinarian on call during weeknights and weekends. The most common emergencies our practice sees include colics, exertional rhabdomyolysis, infectious diseases (i.e. Strangles), acute onset neurologic conditions (i.e. WNV, EEE, tetanus), and traumatic injuries (i.e. hit by car, fractures, cuts). A typical day consists of a mixture of sale work, lameness, emergencies, routine vaccinations/Coggins/dentals, chiropractic, internal medicine and reproduction.
Everhart Veterinary Medical Group is a multi-location, multi-disciplinary group of small animal exclusive, privately owned veterinary hospitals located in Baltimore, Maryland. We have three practice locations each with their own identity and areas of specialization while keeping the neighborhood clinic feel and core values consistent across all locations. All practice locations see general practice/scheduled appointments, urgent and hospitalized cases, routine and advanced surgical as well as full-service dentistry cases. Our WellPet-Pasadena location offers rehab with underwater treadmill, and our WellPet-Cross Keys location is recently Fear Free certified.
Externs will be assigned a primary mentor but work with many different veterinarians according to the extern’s schedule and personal interests. The externship experience is meant to be a look into the daily life of a busy veterinary practice. During an externship with Everhart, students will shadow one of our many DVMs during weekday shifts (or weekend if the extern chooses) for an expected 36-40hrs per week. Shifts are flexible according to students' interests and availability (surgery, dentistry, urgent care, evening appointments, etc). Student externs will not have primary case responsibility during the externship but will shadow and assist in case workups alongside the primary DVM. Externs are expected to arrive on time, dress in scrubs, and follow Everhart Core Values while a member of our team. A small stipend is provided to assist in housing and transport during the students time at Everhart.