Massachusetts

Submitted November 30, 2016

Practice Name: New England Animal Medical Center

 

City/State: West Bridgewater, MA

 

Contact Person: Julie Callahan Clark

 

Phone: 508-584-1600

 

Fax: 508-638-6299

 

Email: vets@neamc.com 

 

Job Description: New England Animal Medical Center offers 1-2 week externships for 3rd or 4th year veterinary students.  Externs may rotate through Emergency & Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Surgery or General Practice depending on their interests and goals.  We provide a hands on experience and encourage direct client and patient interaction.  Externs are invited to attend morning rounds and afternoon didactic rounds.  The externship experience is designed to provide students with varied, hands on clinical experience at a busy private practice and also to introduce potential internship candidates to our hospital and services. 

 

New England Animal Medical Center is a 24 hour emergency & referral practice convenient to Boston, Providence and Cape Cod.  We have specialists in Emergency & Critical Care (2), Internal Medicine (3) & Surgery (2).  We also house a busy 5 doctor general practice.  We have demonstrated a longstanding commitment to clinical teaching of students, interns, residents and staff and take pride in our family friendly environment.  We have an established rotating internship program as well as residency programs in Emergency & Critical Care and Surgery. If you would like more information about our program or would like to schedule a rotation, please email Dr. Julie Callahan DVM DACVIM at vets@neamc.com

 

Submitted November 30, 2016

Practice Name: New England Animal Medical Center

 

City/State: West Bridgewater, MA

 

Contact Person: Patricia Walters

 

Phone: 508-584-1600

 

Fax: 508-638-6299

 

Email: vets@neamc.com 

 

Job Description: New England Animal Medical Center offers a rotating internship with a primary focus on clinical training with weekly didactic experiences and quality of life. Our practice provides intensive training in the areas of emergency and critical care, internal medicine, and surgery in addition to general practice.

 

We currently have residency training programs in surgery and emergency and critical care medicine; as well as a specialty small animal medicine internship and specialty surgery internship program. The program includes topic based lectures, journal club, EKG rounds and morbidity/mortality rounds and weekly resident level seminars. The hospital is fully equipped including an on-site clinical laboratory (CBC, chemistry, urinalysis and culture, blood gases, lactate, blood typing, coagulation monitoring and microbiology), a mechanical ventilator, EKG monitors, blood pressure monitors for direct and indirect blood pressure, pulse oximetry, end-tidal CO2, oxygen cages, imaging equipment including IDEXX digital radiology, ultrasound, CT scanner, in-house blood bank, oncology treatment room and chemotherapy hood. We have rigid and flexible endoscopy equipment. Our surgery service is equipped with a surgical laser, arthroscopy, laparoscopy and ASIF bone plating. Radiographs are submitted for interpretation by a board certified radiologist.

 

Echocardiography and cardiology consultations are available 3 days a week. The goal of our program is to provide solid clinical training in preparation for a residency training program or private practice. We enjoy an excellent relationship with local veterinarians who refer a wide variety of emergency, critical care, surgical and internal medicine cases. Our goal is to make this internship rewarding and educational for both the interns and our staff. Interns will have time to study and read about their caseload to further their education. The interns are scheduled for a five day work week with no clinical responsibility on their 2 scheduled days off. Interns attend weekly rounds.  For further information please email Patricia Walters, VMD, DACVIM, DACVECC at vets@neamc.com, or see our program listing on www.virmp.org.

 

Submitted November 16, 2016

Practice Name: New England Animal Medical Center

 

City/State: MA

 

Contact Person: Julie Callahan

 

Phone: 508-580-2515

 

 

Email: vets@neamc.com 

 

Job Description: New England Animal Medical Center offers 1-2 week externships for 3rd or 4th year veterinary students.  Externs may rotate through Emergency & Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Surgery or General Practice depending on their interests and goals.  We provide a hands on experience and encourage direct client and patient interaction.  Externs are invited to attend morning rounds and afternoon didactic rounds.  The externship experience is designed to provide students with varied, hands on clinical experience at a busy private practice and also to introduce potential internship candidates to our hospital and services. 

 

New England Animal Medical Center is a 24 hour emergency & referral practice convenient to Boston, Providence and Cape Cod.  We have specialists in Emergency & Critical Care (2), Internal Medicine (3) & Surgery (2).  We also house a busy 5 doctor general practice.  We have demonstrated a longstanding commitment to clinical teaching of students, interns, residents and staff and take pride in our family friendly environment.  We have an established rotating internship program as well as residency programs in Emergency & Critical Care and Surgery. If you would like more information about our program or would like to schedule a rotation, please email Dr. Julie Callahan DVM DACVIM at vets@neamc.com.  If you would like more information about our hospital see our website at NEAMC.com.