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9 DVM small animal hospital with dentistry, digital radiographs, in-house laboratory
Students will get to participate in our patient's appointments alongside our doctors performing a variety of modalities such as laser, underwater treadmill, massage, manual exercise, shockwave, ultrasound, acupuncture, and more. Each appointment is different and you may or may not get to see other things such as orthopedic castings and adjustments, radiographs, and various in-house diagnostics.
We do have versatile cases; neuro, orthopedic, and soft tissue injuries
Because each appointment is different we cannot guarantee students will get to see everything but we will do our best to provide students diverse cases during their visit.
Swine Vet Center is a swine-exclusive veterinary practice based in southern Minnesota. Our clinic has 17 veterinarians on staff who consult with swine producers throughout the U.S. and abroad. All veterinarians are AASV members. During the externship, Kaci will be scheduled to shadow veterinarians to encounter a variety of swine operations and learn about health and production strategies.
Hands on experience working with a mixed animal practice.
The Zoetis US Poultry Technical Services team consists of 12 veterinarians that provide support to commercial producers of broilers, turkeys, layers and breeders. The student will accompany our field veterinarians in troubleshooting flock health problems and developing solutions for commercial operations.
The Emory National Primate Research Center (ENPRC), Division of Animal Resources Veterinary Externship Program is designed to allow third and fourth year veterinary medical students the opportunity to experience the multifaceted field of Laboratory Animal Medicine as specifically relating to nonhuman primates. In addition, the student can expect to learn the particular needs, regulations and guidelines associated with the use of non-human primates in biomedical research. Laboratory Animal Medicine is a board-certified discipline that combines clinical medicine, preventative medicine, pathology, recognition/development of animal models, regulatory oversight, and collaborative/independent biomedical research.Fourteen veterinarians supervise the experience, and the students will work closely with veterinary residents and veterinary technicians to gain a working knowledge and appreciation of the specialty of nonhuman primate medicine. The student will spend a minimum of two weeks at the Main Research Center on the Emory University campus. The variety of species includes, but not limited to, squirrel monkeys, macaques and chimpanzees. The rest of the time will be spent at the ENPRC Field Station located approximately 30 miles from the main campus. The Field Station is our breeding facility composed mainly of outdoor compounds and large corals of group housed rhesus macaques. The work day is from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM. You might be required to remain available for extra working hours should interesting clinical cases need extra care. Each day routine will vary but will include clinical rounds and observations of the animals, report of clinical problems to the veterinarians and follow-up of those cases with the clinicians. Observation of different types of surgeries and different imaging sessions (MRI, PET), participation in anesthesia monitoring and post-operative care as well as different experimental procedures requested by investigators such as bleeding, bronchoscopy, rectal and lymph nodes biopsies, CSF taps, i.v. infusions, etc., will also be part of the daily training. You also have the opportunity to get involved in necropsy and histopathology of interesting select clinical cases. Finally, you will attend an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee meeting to better understand the process involved in reviewing animal research proposals. A variety of literature and documents will be provided which we will expect you to read and consult. Students are encouraged to spend a minimum of three weeks in order to provide a complete overview of the laboratory animal medicine specialty. Students are encouraged to focus on areas of interest and seek a variety of experiences while visiting. The experience may include some didactic/self-study time along with the more hands-on aspects of the program. Students will be encouraged to ask questions and participate as much as possible.
Student will work closely with DVMs and hospital support staff. Student will have the opportunity to perform physical examinations, discuss lab work, review x-rays, discuss treatment plans and drugs, client interaction, and the opportunity to assist and or observe surgeries and dental cleanings.
Busy small animal practice with an emphasis on fear free
Small animal general practice in busy Columbus suburb. Student will be exposed to SA GP surgeries, wellness visits as well as sick patients/urgent cases. Focus on case workup and client communication.
We invite students to experience small animal general practice and urgent care in a privately owned practice. Students will be given the opportunity to see their own cases under the direct supervision of a veterinarian, which may include preventative care plans, non-wellness workups, and soft tissue surgical cases. The program will follow a condensed version of our mentorship program for graduates, where the schedule is staggered to allow ample time to discuss cases with the doctor as well as review past case files. Students will also be given the opportunity to learn about business ownership, if desired. This can include budgeting, HR discussions, and some of the benefits and challenges of remaining a private hospital.