Graduate of AVMA-accredited US or Canadian College of Veterinary Medicine with a passing NAVLE.
Active Maryland veterinary license.
Rotating small animal internship or 1-2 years of clinical experience required. One internship slot is available for a new graduate.
Salary up to $50K and opportunity to earn additional cash compensation for additional 12-hour shifts.
$2,000 in hospital discretionary work up fund (applied towards testing, necropsy, or procedures to support your learning)
Medical and dental benefits
State and DEA licensure reimbursement
CDS, DEA, VIN, and VECCS Memberships
Professional Liability Insurance (PLIT) including license defense protection reimbursement
Four PTO days + 1 CE day
Time off for residency interviews as optional out-rotations
Partner with an ACVECC diplomate and experienced emergency clinicians, with independent work progressing as skills are obtained.
Up to four out-rotations through a local shelter providing surgical services, in order to provide a broadened surgical experience (as made available by shelter partners)
One to two weeks out-rotation in a specialty area other than ECC, at another specialty hospital, or university if desired.
We strongly encourage preparation for residency OR a clinical ER focus within our internship program and provide support training with emergency surgeries, ultrasound scanning, and cadaver procedure wet labs.
Four shifts per week in the combination of day, swing, and overnight shifts working alongside an ACVECC diplomate or experienced emergency clinician.
Holidays will be shared among the emergency doctors including the interns.
In-house laboratory and iSTAT (CBC, biochemistry, blood gas, coagulation analyzer)
Basic and advanced monitoring equipment (direct arterial BP, ETCO2, CVP, ECG, indirect BP, pulse oximetry)
CT and MRI
Surgical and mechanical ventilation