Greenville Veterinary Clinic

Description

How to diagnose, treat, and refer small animal patients in a solo, economically depressed rural practice. Visit to K-9 police dog drug and bomb training facility to teach basic K-9 first aid to the officers. Equipment: Tono-pen, Abayis, Vetscan, Hemavet 2, Med Rx videoscope, Radiology, and Vetspec EKG.

Details

Associate Veterinarians and special expertise available

A solo practice, specialist used on referral and consult basis

Educational Resources

  • A.M. rounds of hospital patients
  • AVMA Journal
  • Vet Economics
  • Updated small animal practice library
  • Inter-vet access

Responsibilities

  • To view, examine, and discuss all patients presented on their shifts
  • Follow up care on all hospitalized patients
  • To examine not only medical choices for patients but to examine economics relative to owner's wants, quality care and hospital profit
  • To examine basic management from employer scheduling, budgeting, equipment purchasing and setting up referral networks

Student Supervision

8:30-6:00 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
8:30-5:00 Friday
8:00-11:00 Saturday
Also periodic evening emergencies

Housing

No

Practice Information

Greenville Veterinary Clinic
305 North Ohio Street
Greenville, OH 45331

ph: 937-548-0551
fax: 937-548-5866

email: docpaul [at] bright [dot] net

Signature on file: Paul D. Jones, DVM
Updated on: 1/18/2008