The goal of the internship program at Woodside Equine Clinic is to provide a comprehensive learning experience in all aspects of an advanced and progressive equine clinic.
The high volume caseload will enhance the individual’s clinical competency, diagnostic skills, and communication skills.
Guidance will be provided by 8 experienced clinicians/veterinarians in the fields of lameness, surgery, internal medicine, ophthalmology, reproduction, acupuncture and chiropractic, as well as advanced dentistry. This internship experience will provide a foundation for advancement in private practice or an academic residency.
The internship is organized on a rotational basis between in-house (medicine and surgery) and ambulatory. Duties include daily care of in-house cases, assisting with surgical procedures, primary and follow-up care of routine cases, assisting with ambulatory calls and emergencies. This internship is directed toward an individual who has the desire to advance in all aspects of equine medicine and the enthusiasm to perform their duties with a positive attitude.
Current number of interns: 2
Term of Employment: 1 year (June-June)
- Internship Application
- Letter of intent
- Current resume or CV
- 3 letters of reference
Deadline for Application: October 30
Primary Contact Person: Dr. Meg Hammond
“My time at Woodside had a profound effect on how I approach and treat both horses and clients on a daily basis. The veterinary staff has expertise that spans every facet of equine medicine, and the environment is one in which, as an intern, you’re encouraged to grow as a clinician in a supportive, family-like atmosphere. With a caseload that covers routine and emergency ambulatory work and emergent and elective referral cases, Woodside provides ample experience to ready you for a career in ambulatory work or additional internships/residencies.” Katy Sullivan, intern 2015-16
“My intern year was invaluable. The mentorship provided by the veterinarians and staff helped me gain the skills and knowledge to feel comfortable going out into practice. I gained confidence over the year that I did not have when I left vet school.” Laurie Vogel, intern 2018-19