|Job Status||Pending Approval|
|Date Posted||Thursday, 04 June 2009|
Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center
4444 Trinity Mills Road, Suite 203
Dallas, TX 75287
The Dallas Veterinary Surigical Center is a 10 surgeon, small animal referral practice, located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. We currently operate out of four modern, state of the art, referral hospitals. Three of our facilities share space with a local emergency clinic, and all four provide 24 hour care, seven days a week. All locations are supported by an internist, and other locations are supported by other specialty practices. Our 40, 000 sq. ft facility in Dallas also shares space with a regional branch of IDEXX laboratories.
The DVSC is progressive in new equipment acquisition. We currently have three arthroscopy towers, two CT scanners, and also offer a wide array of hip replacement systems including Kyon, CFX, and BFX systems. We have a full complement of fracture repair systems, including but not limited to ring and hybrid fixators, locking plate systems, SOP, and interlocking nail sets. We also offer percutaneous laser disc ablation for prevention of intervertebral disc herniation.
Interns will rotate through the Dallas and satellite hospitals spending about 25% of the year at each location. The majority of the the interns' time is spent assisting surgeons with procedures. Additional time is spent completing patient evaluations, bandage changes, imaging studies, etc. Interns are responsible, on a rotating basis, for weekend patient discharges, evaluations, and client communication. In addition, interns rotate through overnight, weekend, and holiday emergency duty. Our interns are also encouraged to supplement their income and training by working shifts at one of the local emergency clinics. Interns receive a stipend for health insurance adn professional liability insurance. Weekly academic discussions/presentations are held and are supported by the surgical staff. Ten personal days may be used for interviews, continuing education, vacations, etc.
Preference is given to applicants who are either currently enrolled in an intership or who previously completed a general small animal internship, although applications are accepted from any veterinarian or senior student eligible for Texas licensure. Information about Texas licenses can be obtained from Texas Veterinary Medical Examiners, c/o Ms. Ina Franz at 512-305-7555. Preferably interns must be licensed prior to beginning the internship year.
Additional information can be found at www.dfwvetsurgeons.com
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Dr. Katherine Wells
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