Littleton Equine Medical Center proudly offers a unique and rewarding veterinary internship program for motivated graduates. This is an opportunity for growth as an equine veterinarian encompassing challenging cases and primary care management with direct guidance and support from our highly qualified professional staff. Internship applications are due by November 3 and should be sent to littletonequine@littletonequine.com Attention: Dawn Ermish.

2015 Intern Application Requirements
Application Deadline: November 6, 2017
         
 

Application Packet
includes…

· Letter of Intent
· Three letters of recommendation
· Resume/CV
· Transcripts
· Current photo
   
     
 
Submit packet to:
Littleton Equine Medical Center
Attn: Dawn Ermish
8025 South Santa Fe Drive
Littleton, Colorado 80120
   
         
 
E-mail:
littletonequine@littletonequine.com    
         
    Phone: 303-794-6359    
    Fax: 303-794-9466    

We strongly recommend visiting as an Extern prior to applying for the internship.

LEqMC offers internships to foreign students, however we do require intern applicants to take and complete the ECFVG (Educational Commision for Foreign Veterinary Graduates).  Please click here for more information.

The year spent learning to balance case care and horse owners, serves as a springboard when it becomes time to further a career in veterinary medicine.

Areas of responsibility are divided into rotations: surgery, ICU, field service, and emergency. Through the close relationship with staff doctors, the interns develop skills in patient diagnosis, treatment, and communication with the clients and referring veterinarians. Over 60 applicants apply annually for five available internship positions.

Surgery Rotation
Offers a close working relationship with the surgeon diagnosis, patient’s hospitalization care and assisting the clinician for hands on experience.

ICU Rotation
Highlights intensive management of post operative colic cases and medical colics as well as internal medicine cases and neonatal care. Interns are responsible for creating diagnostic and treatment plans and evaluating those plans.

Emergency Rotation
After training with staff doctors, interns are responsible for primary emergency services including field, hospital and referral cases.

Field Service Rotation
As a mobile practitioner, the responsibilities range from preventative medicine to emergency care. Included in this rotation is hands-on mentorship with a staff doctor Littleton Equine Medical Center proudly offers a unique and rewarding veterinary internship program for motivated graduates. This is an opportunity for growth as an equine veterinarian encompassing challenging cases and primary care management with direct guidance and support from our highly qualified professional staff.