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Date Submitted: 7/11/2019
Contact Person: Arthi Subramanian
Practice Name: Sethuraman
City: Concord, NC
Phone: (785) 304-6744
Email: arthisubramanian85@gmail.com
Web Site: www.aa.com
Practice Type: Food Animal Predominant
Job Type: Associate

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Date Submitted: 3/5/2019
Contact Person: Lisa H. Mastin
Practice Name: Davie County Large Animal Hospital
Address: 928 Farmington Road
City: Mocksville, NC 27028
Phone: (336) 998-7131
Email: lmdclah@yadtel.net
Web Site: https://www.largeanimalhospital.com
Practice Type: Equine Predominant
Job Type: Internship
Dear Fourth Year Veterinary Students, Congratulations on all of your accomplishments thus far in the veterinary field. We know how much work you have put in to getting to veterinary school and working your way through it. You are almost finished! With that being said, your work has only just begun. Now comes the time for you to find a job, internship, or residency for after graduation. Here at Davie County Large Animal Hospital, we know how stressful this time can be and we are here to provide a once in a lifetime opportunity for those students interested in pursuing a career in Equine Practice. Davie County Large Animal Hospital is now offering an internship program that gives first year veterinarians the opportunity to gain knowledge and hands-on skills working in a fast paced, fully equipped, state-of-the-art facility with an abundant and diverse caseload of equine patients. This demanding program allows the intern to gain experience in a wide array of veterinary services such as Equine Surgery & Anesthesia, Sports Medicine, Reproduction, Rehabilitation, Acupuncture and Podiatry as well as General Healthcare and Emergency Medicine. This program will sharpen diagnostic, therapeutic, and communication skills of the recent graduate. Interns will assist clinicians in the hospital and/or on ambulatory calls every day. After a 60-day training/probation period, the intern may be given primary responsibility over ambulatory calls. The Intern will also be responsible for night/weekend care of any hospitalized patients and assisting the surgeon on-call with in-house emergencies. One publication either a case report or retrospective study is required to be completed during the year. If you are interested in applying to Davie County Large Animal Hospital’s Internship Position, please see the attached form with what you will need to submit to apply. One intern will be hired each year so this position will be highly competitive, but we encourage you to apply and look forward to reviewing your application. The position starting July 1, 2019 has not yet been filled and we are still accepting applications.

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