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Dr. Kevin Schmidt

My internship experience at ASG was invaluable in building the foundation of my veterinary career…..

– Kevin Schmidt

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Internships + Residencies

Rotating Internship

The 1-year rotating internship is designed to enhance and augment the experience of veterinary school, or years in private practice. Whether you just graduated, or have been practicing for a while, there is more to learn, and a next step to be taken.

Specialty Internships
Surgery Residency

The ASG surgery residency is an in-depth, intensive 3-year program designed to train the resident to become a fully competent small animal surgeon and meet the requirements of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons for board certification.

 

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VCA Animal Specialty Group Rotating Internship Program

ASG Interns 2016-17
2016-17 CLASS: (From left to right) Dr. Dalied Rodriguez Ruiz, Ross University/ University of Florida; Dr. Kelly Guest, University of Guelph; Dr. Kristin Renkei, Glasglow University; Dr. Jacob Leslie, University of Wisconsin; Dr. Yejide Myers, Tuskegee University; Dr. Alanda Lennox, University College Dublin; Dr. Annalise Satorius, St. George’s University/ The Ohio State University; Dr. Sofie Prydz, Szent Istvan University



One year rotating internships
: Our rotating internship program is designed to enhance and augment the experience of veterinary school, or years in private practice. Whether you just graduated, or have been practicing for a while, there is more to learn, a next step to be taken.

Interns are hand-picked from a large pool of applicants every year. These applicants are often the top performers in their classes at veterinary school, and are the individuals actively seeking further education to become exceptional clinicians or to go on to specialize in an area of interest.

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Our interns rotate through the core areas of medicine, surgery, neurology, oncology, and emergency/critical care, working directly with board-certified specialists. They attend daily clinical rounds, see office appointments, manage surgical and medical cases, and participate in surgery, radiology, anesthesia, and special procedures.

Through their daily activities and weekly educational rounds, and with the 24 hour a day, 7 day a week support of our specialists, these young doctors quickly outpace their classmates in their knowledge base, clinical skills, and diagnostic prowess. Our specialists will guide you and help you choose topics for further exploration. We encourage our interns to prepare manuscripts for publication.