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Small animal primary care facility for dogs, cats, mammalian exotics, and non-mammalian exotics such as reptiles, amphibians, and birds.
Student will assit doctor with patient appointments, elective and non elective surgeries, perform routine dentals, blood collection, IV catheter placement, radiographs, etc.
Externs are assigned to a clinician on a rotating basis every day, and are expected to participate in hospital treatments, clinic appointments, mobile appointments, night checks, and emergencies. All of the Reata clinicians will quiz the students, and guide them through basic hands on skills.
Data analysis and field data collection in different US and international locations. Each student will enter the rotation with a planned research project that includes analysis of data, computer modeling of infectious diseases, machine learning, and/ or data collection in a particular cultural setting. Activities will be designed to complete the project and the student will have regular meetings with the PIs and advanced graduate students in the laboratory to complete the project. There may also be aspects of bench research and research team training/ management depending on the project. An oral and written project report will be completed at the end of the rotation as summative evaluation of the experience.
2 week externship working at an avian and exotic center. Learning to properly restrain, triage, and treat various species in hopes of expanding veterinary knowledge.
Tryon Equine Hospital is a private specialty referral center serving North Carolina, Georgia, and the South Carolina upstate with four board certified surgeons and a board-certified internist. We are proud to offer state of the art, 24-hour surgical and medical care, and advanced lameness diagnostics. Our ambulatory clinicians bring the same quality medicine to local farms and are available 24 hours a day for emergency care. Additionally, Tryon Equine Hospital provides medical coverage for many local equine exhibitions, including all events at the Tryon International Equestrian Center. The hospital is located in the Foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Columbus, North Carolina, just 30 miles east of Asheville, North Carolina, and 20 miles north of Spartanburg, South Carolina.
As an extern, you can expect to spend time both in the clinic and on the road with ambulatory clinicians. Cases seen in the clinic range from general health checks to referral emergency surgery and medical cases. Our ambulatory clinicians spend time on local farms working with clients on everything from vaccines and herd health issues to advanced lameness diagnosis and emergency medical care. Each day, you will be assigned to shadow a clinician, either in house or on the road. How much you participate in each aspect of what the practice offers depends both on your interests and the practice needs. *If you are planning on applying for our Internship Program it is recommended that you participate in all of our departments and spend time with all of our clinicians.*
We offer dynamic and diverse career opportunities in a variety of disciplines, along with a unique learning experience which may align with your career goals and path. Our culture is education-first, where cross training in multiple aspects of the organization is encouraged. The objective is to provide career experiences that are engaging, educational, and team focused.
We are one team at LBEMC and we recognize each role as critical to our overall success.
We truly enjoy having students visit our clinic and each one brings a unique and fresh perspective to our team.
Our externships provide an opportunity to gain hands-on experience with equine medicine in a private practice setting.
Given our wide range of services, students gain valuable experience in many areas of equine medicine; which is what makes our externship opportunities unique and highly respected.
Each day brings dynamic new education opportunities as externs are encouraged to assist in reviewing hospital cases and participate in morning rounds.
The objective is for our students to take an active role in their own education by contributing their insights and pursuing knowledge and experience in all areas of equine medicine.
LBEMC has a significant emergency caseload (after hours) and we encourage our students to participate (voluntarily.) These cases can be exceptional opportunities to learn and assist where/when appropriate.
Our training includes hands-on, job shadowing, listening, and observation; which can be effective as these experiences are highly impactful for the knowledge retention process.
For a well-rounded experience, we try to divide students’ time between surgical cases, in-house medical cases, and ambulatory appointments. In addition, the externship can be geared towards specific areas of interest within our equine medical disciplines.
We are a 3 doctor practice which offers a supportive learning environment in which the student will gain experience in a clinical setting which provides exceptional medical and surgical services to our clients. We strive to establish strong relationships with our clients so that they can actively participate in the decision making process regarding the health of their pets.
The Animal Clinic, LLC is a 10 doctor mixed animal practice that is located in northeastern Colorado. We are actively seeking 4th year veterinary students interested in small or large animal externships. We currently have 3 small animal doctors that treat dogs and cats specifically. We have an in house laboratory from Idexx and are able to perform blood chemistries, CBC’s and Sedi View urinalysis. We have Digital radiography and ultrasound. Our clinic provides high quality medicine, dental and surgical services to our small animal patients.
The large animal portion of our clinic includes, 7 large animal doctors (3 equine specialized and 7 dairy specialized). The large animal clinic treats equine, caprine, ovine, porcine patients along with dairy and beef. Our dairy herd sizes vary from 400-6000 cows. Services provided include traditional veterinary duties, as well as employee training and consulting for dairy/beef clients. We have a haul-in facility with treatment area for equine patients. Minor surgical procedures are performed under general anesthesia for small ruminant and porcine species. Diagnostic equipment for our large animals include: dairy herd BCF reproductive ultrasounds, SOUND Next DR machine, Sonosite ultrasound and in-house IDEXX Blood work.
We are currently accepting 4th year veterinary students. Students have the option to self-design small, large or mixed animal. We have housing available on-site for students. Dates are available year round, with first come, first serve availability.
Our location is conveniently located in between Denver and Fort Collins, east of I-25. We are 30 minutes from Denver International Airport, the Rocky Mountains and various outdoor activities. It is approximately 45 min-1.5hours to nearby ski resorts and Rocky Mountain National Park.
For more information or to discuss scheduling an externship with our clinic please contact the clinic at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit our website at animalclinicfortlupton.com
We offer extensive experience with exclusively exotic small animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish. Our hospital has in-house bloodwork, radiographs, dentals, ultrasounds, and surgeries.