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Students will accompany Miller & Associates veterinarians on ambulatory and in-house veterinary calls for primary and emergency veterinary care in our primarily show - horse practice. Students will have the opportunity to observe extensive lameness evaluations, & assist in formulating treatment plans based upon a thorough review of imaging and examination results.
Rotating externship. RBVH is a 24-hour emergency and critical care facility, referral practice, general practice and house call service.
The Hagyard Equine Medical Institute externship program provides students the opportunity to gain “real-world” experience in a group practice dedicated to caring for some of the most valued equine patients in the world. The program design allows students to choose from a wide array of high quality equine veterinary medical services, each one a specialty of the firm.
Field Care Externship:
The student will observe primary field veterinarians and experience services ranging from reproduction, radiology, and herd health to acupuncture and chiropractic medicine. Students must have transportation if they choose to participate in this externship. Available from February – October.
The student will observe ACVIM board-certified internists at the McGee Medicine Center, in addition to patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Intermediate Care Barn, and Primary Care Barn. Available from February – November.
The student will observe a variety of surgery procedures within the Davidson Surgery Center, in addition to nuclear scintigraphy, digital radiography, and MRI. Available from February – October.
The student will observe one of Hagyard’s reproduction specialists and observe assisted fertility and infertility services provided in the field and at the McGee Fertility Center. Students must have transportation if they choose to participate in this externship. Available from February – June.
We strongly encourage externships be scheduled between the months of February and May to allow a broader learning experience.
Prerequisites for Externship:
- Primary professional interest in equine veterinary medicine.
- Preferences given to third and fourth year veterinary student or graduate veterinarian.
- Transportation to and from Hagyard.
E-mail information to: Jamie O’Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Letter of Intent – Include the specific dates you would like to participate in an externship as well as the areas of Hagyard in which you are interested.
- Two months notice is preferred.
Externship Dates and Durations:
- Minimum of one week not to exceed one month. (please note: OSU CVM only schedules using increments of 2 weeks)
- Most externships offered during the months of February - May.
Students will attend rounds and participate in diagnosis and treatment of most species in a zoological setting. A mentored project (research, teaching module, case presentation, etc) is to be completed during the externship.
The Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center (LVVSC) and Veterinary Emergency + Critical Care (VECC) is a specialty practice comprised of board certified and residency trained doctors. We offer externships in Emergency/Critical Care, Surgery, Cardiology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Neurology, Internal medicine, and Physical Rehabilitation. The doctors at VECC and LVVSC work together to provide the highest quality of collaborative medicine to ensure the pets are treated with the highest level of care.
Responsibilities vary greatly depending on the rotation elected. On all rotations, externs have the opportunity to shadow specialists, gather history information, perform physical exams and diagnostics, observe procedures/surgeries, and discuss differentials and appropriate treatment plans. On some rotations, externs will have the opportunity to perform procedures themselves with supervision when appropriate (including collection of lab samples, ophthalmology tests, placement of IV and urinary catheters, placement of NG tubes, thoracocentesis, abdominocentesis, and pericardiocentesis) and be more directly involved with case management and client communication.
Pleasant Valley Veterinary Clinic is a progressive 7-doctor practice located in an upscale suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We are very client focused and offer excellent medical care to our patients. We have an excellent support staff, with a 1:3 doctor to tech ratio. Our newer facility is equipped with state-of-the-art diagnostics. PVVC offers veterinary students general practice experience. We perform routine surgeries including spay, neuter, minor and advanced surgeries, dental services. We also offer ultrasound exams, digital radiography, in-house Idexx complete lab suite. We focus on preventative medicine and client education.
PVVC offers students the opportunity to work alongside our team of doctors, who have diverse experience and areas of interest. Students will shadow in exam room appointments for both wellness and ill patients. We offer microchipping, nutritional and behavior counseling, parasitic prevention and control. They will also participate in the routine surgeries, anesthetic monitoring, radiography and ultrasound exams. Our Idexx laboratory suite allows us to perform in-house fecal, urinalysis, biochemistry profiles, CBC, coagulation times, thyroid and adrenal tests and more.
General practice with mixed small animals (exotics, birds, fish, wildlife) in a clinical and home setting. Surgery of companion animals including dogs, cats, reptiles, fish, birds, as well as wildlife. Wellness care, dentals, and treatment of diseases and elective surgeries.
To expose proactive swine veterinary students to a pioneering genetics company with a focus on the role of the swine veterinarian in a high health breeding stock multiplication system.
The extern will spend 2- 4 weeks working with wildlife clinic faculty and staff in all aspects of wildlife medicine and rehabilitation. Students usually stay here for 2-4 week blocks between April-November, and are involved in every aspect of wildlife medicine from emergency on-call duty, patient admissions, diagnostics and therapeutics, and anesthesia and surgery.
Externs will be assisting clinicians and interns in daily treatments, outpatient work-ups, surgeries and emergencies after hours and on weekends.