An internship with a difference:
Rotating weekly between clinic, ambulatory and emergency on call
Clinic - providing inpatient care, assisting with surgery, performing general anaesthesia, lameness work ups (proficiencies achieved in local and regional anaesthesia), diagnostic imaging including MRI, ultrasonography, digital wireless radiography, endoscopy, gastroscopy etc. Lab diagnostics and interpretation. Shared clinic on call.
Ambulatory - caring for patients out on the road, routine visits including vaccinations, dentals, passporting etc. During the season attending stud and assisting the stud vet. Attending emergencies, colics, wounds, acute onset lameness etc. Responsibility for own cases seen on the road encouraged. Continuity of cases seen when referring into clinic.
Clinic - as above, shared clinic on call.
Ambulatory - on call, Covering out of hours 5pm to 8am for the road (off during the day). Dedicated and experienced second on call vet to support and advise on calls.
Referral caseload overseen by European and American Specialists in Equine Medicine and Equine Surgery offering a full spectrum of routine and emergency services.
Fortnightly journal clubs and monthly textbook rounds.
Programme of practical tutorials throughout the internship.
Accommodation, vehicle and phone are provided.
An experienced, small and friendly team, dedicated to the education of their interns.