Record #: 3300

Veterinary Practice Information:

Pamela Adkins
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Practice Name:
University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center
900 E Campus Drive
Zip Code:

Job Description:

 FOOD ANIMAL ROTATING INTERNSHIP - The University of Missouri-Columbia, College of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery’s Food Animal service is offering a 1-year and 2-weeks rotating internship starting on June 12, 2023 and ending on June 21, 2024. The 12.5-month rotating internship will include 10 months of required clinical service that will include time on our field service/production/regulatory medicine services and our in-house clinical medicine service, and 1-month of elective clinical service. Elective clinical service may include rotations in the equine hospital and/or other clinical services as applicable to the career goals of the candidate. The remaining 1.5-months will be devoted to scholarly activities and vacation (10 days). The intern will be expected to complete a scholarly project during the course of their internship under the advisement of a faculty mentor. The intern will be assigned to after-hours emergency duty in rotation with other house officers. 
Training Required:
 You must obtain a license to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Missouri on or before September 1, 2023. For details regarding licensing, requirements, applications, and preparatory materials see Missouri Veterinary Medical Board: For the unlicensed applicant who is selected; application forms for the Missouri State Board Examination will be e-mailed immediately upon being accepted to the program. Plan on sitting for the Missouri Veterinary Medical Board exam by mid-June, preferably earlier, to ensure licensure as soon as possible after program commences. Completion of a 320-hour preceptorship is a requirement for full licensure. These required hours may be completed concurrently with the internship. Alternately, prior to graduation, hours spent in private practice externships/preceptorships may qualify for licensure. 
Experience Desired:
 DVM or equivalent is required. No other experience is necessary. We want candidates to have a sincere interest in gaining experience in food animal medicine and surgery.  
 Annual salary will be $30,000.  
 The position includes University Benefits plus $800 Professional Development fund assuming continual financial health of the Veterinary Health Center and 10-days paid leave. Licensure in the State of Missouri, a Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs permit, and USDA accreditation are required. Licensing fees are $295 plus an additional $25 if a provisional license is required. 

Species Percentages:

Beef:  45 Dairy:  20  Swine:  5  Small Ruminants:  30 
Equine:  0  Poultry:  0  Exotics:  0  Small Animals:  0 


Facilities provided by the veterinary practice:
 The University of Missouri Food Animal Service has a fully stocked clinic with capacity to process cattle, perform bovine foot trims, standing and anesthetized surgeries, and intensive care on hospitalized patients. We also have 2 fully stocked vehicles for ambulatory services and a portable chute.  
Other Personnel :  The program is directly supported by 6 faculty members. Among our food animal faculty, we have 2 ACVIM diplomates and 1 ACVPM diplomate.  
Practice strengths and emphasis of the business:
 Our practice provides a diverse case load with both primary and referral cases. We strongly emphasize mentorship for our interns.  
Practice Area:  Columbia Missouri has all four seasons, beautiful hiking and biking trails, and has an active college town atmosphere.  

Date job was submitted:    3/21/2023 

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