Reata Equine Veterinary Group is offering a one year internship in ambulatory practice to begin Spring or Summer 2017. We strive to offer our interns and students a safe environment to gain experience in equine practice through hard work and dedication. The tools you acquire while at Reata will help you transition into a successful associate in equine private practice or give you real world experience before accepting academic positions.
You will become immersed in equine practice from the first day. Our doctors work hard to provide quality medical care to our patients and teach interns at the same time. We will mentor you on a regular basis, both in prearranged settings and with each opportunity that arises spontaneously. Reata thinks that interns learn best by actually doing medicine and not just observing. Our doctors will be your advisers as you transition from a student into a practitioner. We are good listeners, empathetic and thoughtful. We have career experience and knowledge that we readily share with our interns. We offer over 70 years of combined equine practice experience to our students and interns. Reata wants you to bring a strong desire to learn, a desire to be mentored, diversity, energy to work long hours and provide fresh ideas to our group.
Interns will go with an experienced practitioner from the first day however, we expect you to progress to providing first opinions on cases and emergencies and be able to provide treatment plans after a 6-8 week training period. Back up help is always available to you and we can manage cases with a team approach when needed. Experienced certified technicians will accompany the intern on most scheduled calls where the intern is providing a first opinion on a case.
Part of the value of the internship program is learning to effectively deal with horse owners, how to gain owner compliance and provide value while treating their horse. We can teach you how to do that.
Tucson is a wonderful place to practice veterinary medicine. There are 350 sunny days per year, mountains in every direction, wide open spaces, beautiful sunsets, excellent outdoor activities , Mexican food cuisine is word class and the University of Arizona is in Tucson.
Graduate of AVMA accredited veterinary school
National Accreditation - Category 2
Eligible for employment in the United States
Ability to obtain an Arizona veterinary license
Ability to obtain USDA Veterinary Accreditation
Ability to enjoy hard work
Additional Salary Information: AAEP Membership reimbursement, professional liability coverage, DEA license reimbursement, 5 paid days vacation, CE stipend, group health insurance stipend.
Reata Equine Veterinary Group is a well established ambulatory practice serving Southern Arizona. It was founded in 1978 by Dr Conaway and has grown to a three doctor practice. We provide stall side imaging with digital radiography and portable ultrasound for many sport related injuries. We offer advanced dentistry, advanced podiatry, field surgery, advanced reproductive services, regenerative ...therapies, emergency care and a host of other routine procedures. Our clientele varies from horses that serve as family pets, 4-H projects, brood mares, grand prix jumpers, upper level dressage horses and hard working Border Patrol horses. We believe it does not matter if the patient is a back yard mini horse or a national champion show horse, each patient deserves our best efforts. Learn more at reataequine.com