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Experiences gained at York Animal Hospital will include much hands on participation in the aspects of a food animal, zoo and wildlife species veterinary practice. The student will treat, anesthetize, perform surgery and develop preventative and outbreak programs under the direct guidance of a veterinarian. The student will also develop animal welfare and public perception of zoos and animal agriculture knowledge.
Experiences will include the overseeing of animal welfare in the public setting of two county fairs. The collection of samples for drug testing, the public perception of animal welfare and the knowledge of what drugs may or may not be used in the given situations such as close to slaughter, while keeping animal welfare a priority. The monitoring of animals for possible zoonotic disease and the programs in place to help prevent such an occurrence. Included are teaching opportunities for the public perception of farms and agriculture.
The overseeing of exotic animal welfare and treatment of a drive through zoo, including both domestic and zoo species. The development of preventative medicine programs, treatment of sick or injuries species, the monitoring of diseases such as HPAI and the development of programs in case of an outbreak following the USDA guidelines.
The student will evaluate swine herd settings including environmental, disease, swine welfare and public perception of a large scale swine operation. The student will perform pregnancy herd checks, evaluate nutrition, address environmental and animal welfare concerns as well as public perception of swine operations.
We are a mixed animal (predominantly beef) practice with Veterinarians that have emphasis in area of interest of bovine, equine or small animal. The species percentages are as follows: cattle, 60%; equine 4%; small ruminants 1%; and small animal 35%. Our clinics are located in Northeast Missouri allowing us to serve Missouri, Iowa and Illinois. The student will gain experience in clinic work, farm calls, and sale barns that we service most Fridays and Saturdays in Iowa and Missouri.
This is a Laboratory Animal Medicine rotation with an emphasis on Non-human primate medicine and pathology. Our program has 4 campuses with a large variety of research programs and species that are used. The students will have opportunities to engage and manage clinical cases in a variety of species and settings.
In addition, we have a LAM residency and a Veterinary Pathology training program. Student will participate in on-going didactic courses and training for these programs, which include grand rounds, journal club, courses and pathology conference.
Assist in the examination of livestock and poultry for the purpose of detecting diseases or abnormalities which would render the meat unfit for human food purposes. Work with line inspectors to perform visual, tactile and incisory inspections of heads, viscera, carcasses, and edible offal.
• Assist a program veterinarian in making dispositions on abnormal animals, carcasses, or birds retained for veterinary examination. These dispositions will include infectious diseases, neoplasms, trauma, contamination, poisonings, residues, metabolic disorders, etc.
• Assist a program veterinarian in performing activities to verify that animals are handled and treated humanely.
• Observe conditions in the plant to ensure that sanitary conditions meet prescribed requirements.
• Observe conditions in the plant to ensure the plant is following its Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOPs).
A day with us is full of hands-on animal and client experience. You will be able to see a multitude of different cases from internal medicine, ophthalmology, and dermatology to wellness and surgery. We see a large variety of cases and animals. We want you to be able to establish your thought process when dealing with both straightforward and challenging cases. Being comfortable with a complete workup of individual cases and being able to follow through with cases from start to finish of treatment or diagnosis is important. The sooner you establish an examination to treatment/diagnosis routine, the better practitioner you will become. You will be able to develop how to work through cases with a doctor overseeing your plan along the way to help when needed. We allow you to work up cases as if you were a private practice veterinarian with a discussion of your thought process every step of the way to ensure that your differential diagnosis and diagnostic/treatments chosen are appropriate. We want you to develop confidence in your case management and in client communication, relaying your professional recommendations needed to accomplish the goals of making the patient better within the financial means of the client. We practice high-quality medicine with all the diagnostic bells and whistles allowing us to be able to teach the highest standards of medicine. Surgical cases will depend on what comes in the door, from spays/neuters to mass removals and maybe some advanced surgical cases. We have a close relationship with our local shelter and rescues that allow us to provide a good surgical caseload during your time with us. We also have a cardiologist and an ophthalmologist if the student desires to spend a day with each of them to obtain more specialized experience in those areas. Spending a day with them is based on the availability of the specialty during the specific extern dates, we do not set the schedule for the specialist. If there are any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Heather Hartley.
We are a full functional emergency hospital. Triage all patients and deliver treatment plans for client with recommended actions needed. Will hospitalize patients for continued care/monitoring. Perform diagnostics including full Idexx labwork, radiographs, ultrasound. Perform surgery from minor wound care, lacerations to foreign body surgery, GDV, dystocias, splenectomy. Continue with post operative treatment and follow up care for the clients.
Veterinary Externship – Cross Creek Veterinary Hospital – Katy, TX
Cross Creek Veterinary Hospital is part of the Lakefield Veterinary Group—a family-owned company that offers support and resources to hospital teams while empowering them to make decisions about how they practice medicine and show up for their communities. We have a new modern facility built in May of 2015.
Cross Creek Veterinary Hospital offers an exciting and rewarding Externship for veterinary students in an AVMA accredited veterinary program who want to gain experience in a private practice setting.
Externs will be exposed to AAHA and Fear Free standards and will have the opportunity to work in a general practice setting assisting in surgery, emergency, and other challenging cases.
Students will be mentored by our medical director and will interact with all associates.
All expenses (travel, lodging, meals, associated travel expenses) are covered.
At Cross Creek Veterinary Hospital, we believe the best way to provide compassionate, quality care to pets is by putting relationships—with our clients, patients, Team Members, and community—at the heart of everything we do.
- We are committed to providing value + the highest quality medicine
- Our team atmosphere is fun, thoughtful, empathetic, and education focused
- We are a team of 3 veterinarians that maintain high standards while serving the residents of Katy, Texas and Fulshear, Texas.
- We would welcome an enthusiastic and team centric veterinarian to work in a general practice setting. You will manage a variety of interesting medical and surgical cases in a well-equipped hospital on the cutting edge of care. We encourage collaboration with other veterinarians and hospital staff to provide the highest standard of medical care.
Our core values—do the right thing, fun, wow service, respect, and learning.
Our commitment to pets extends beyond our hospital walls.
Our Team Members can give back to communities around the globe through our partnership with World Vets. Each year, we send a group of doctors and support staff abroad to help pets in need and support programs that nurture healthy relationships between people and animals.
For additional information about Cross Creek Veterinary Hospital, please visit us at www.ccvh.vet.
During this elective offsite rotation, the student will be exposed to the typical caseload of a busy small animal practice. This will include wellness exams, sick visits, routine and non-routine surgeries as well as dental procedures. The student may be asked to obtain histories and perform physical exams with goal of developing differential diagnoses and treatment plans. Depending on the case, there may also be opportunities to scrub into surgery to assist at the discretion of the supervising veterinarian.
To work alongside veterinarians in a small animal hospital which sees dogs, cats, avians, reptiles and small mammals. While here, the student will gain experience doing physical exams on a wide variety of species, creating differential lists, observing ultrasounds and participating in a variety of surgical and dental prophylaxis procedures.
This elective is intended to give students a deeper insight into diagnostic veterinary pathology by participating in biopsy
and necropsy rotations. They will accompany and assist faculty and residents in their duties, and will be assigned
specific independent tasks.