Our externship program runs all year long, with the exception of June 1st through June 15th with on site housing provided. Externships begin on Mondays and are available for a minimum of five days to a maximum of three weeks. Our program is very rigorous, you will see and participate in many interesting cases which will give you an idea of what to expect as an intern in private practice.
Students are expected to assist the doctors and technicians with the daily operations of our hospital including but not limited to placing catheters, giving medication, observing outpatient appointments and scrubbing in to elective and emergency surgeries. During the day you will be asked to help perform daily exams, including TPR's and administering medications. You will also be asked to assist the overnight doctor and technicians with patient care and in the event an emergency comes into the clinic.
Externships are open to students currently attending any AVMA accredited veterinary school in the U.S. and overseas.
You can apply by emailing email@example.com. The externship schedule fills quickly, especially for the spring and summer months, so feel free to contact us far in advance. You will be required to submit a copy of your resume or CV, a letter of intent, a letter of good academic standing from your school, proof of insurance and a digital picture of yourself.
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About Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center
Since opening its doors in 1986, the Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center has developed an enviable reputation as one of the premier equine veterinary hospitals in the country. Our reputation has given us the opportunity over the years to work on horses of various breeds and disciplines, from Kentucky Derby, Hambletonian winners and Olympic athletes to our local Hunterdon County equine friends.
Over the years, our staff has grown to over 40 dedicated individuals, including board certified specialists in the fields of surgery, internal medicine, sports medicine & rehabilitation, and cardiology. In addition to the hospital clinicians, we also have a field service department, whose veterinarians work closely with the specialists as a team, providing quality care at home. Our technical staff has also grown to 16 qualified individuals.
The team that has been put in place allows the hospital to provide exceptional care to the patient, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A doctor is always present at the hospital to oversee the care of patients. Perhaps more than any of our credentials is our doctor’s commitment to resolve equine health issues and patiently and effectively communicate with horse owners and professionals.