A long standing equine internship is offered. Interns will work with a wide variety of medical and surgical cases Interns experience customized to skill level and motivation. Hands-on approach and independent thinking encouraged, but direct supervision provided. Proficiency in general practice procedures will be developed. Interns will become skilled at physical exams; colic exams including rectals and tubing; lameness exams including joint injections, nerve blocks, xrays and ultrasounds; minor surgeries including wounds and castrations and more. Experiences can be modified depending on the interests of the individual. Contact for current and past interns is available on request. Contact John Vacek DVM and firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Assist with daily outpatient work-ups, anesthesia and surgical procedures; manage hospitalized patients; develop treatment plans. Responsible for after-hours treatments and admission and work-up of emergencies.Emergency duty shared between interns. Intern on primary call performs initial evaluation and if surgery is necessary intern on secondary call runs anesthesia.
Additional Salary Information: Interns are provided apartments on site and all the utilities, phone, laundry facilities, cable tv and internet are provided as well. We provide malpractice insurance through the practice but you probably should have a personal policy as well. We put a medical insurance stipend in each pay check that you can use for insurance if you choose. A stipend for clothing is also offered. Travel and expenses to a national CE meeting is provided as well as 2 to 3 local meetings. 1 week paid vacation provided.
Kendall Road Equine Hospital services the Midwest as a referral and consulting resource for veterinarians and their clients. We provide 24 hour care for both medical and surgical emergencies. The hospital and its doctors are available to all horse owners for routine and advanced medical, surgical and diagnostic procedures.