Refugee Canyon Veterinary Services, Inc.

Description

Our facility has small animal hospitalization, isolation ward, and intensive care with kennel attendant on premises, surgical suite with laser equipment, 300ma X-ray and digital processor, portable x-ray for field use, endoscope, ultrasound, in-house lab equipment, haul-in equine exam and stocks, and computers.

We have an excellent support staff, with 2 owners, 3 receptionists, 6 veterinary technicians, groomer, kennel attendants, and an obedience trainer. We work as a team effectively and efficiently, providing compassionate quality medical care to our patients and their owners. We refer or consult OSU vet school, Med-Vet, and other specialists regularly.

Details

Associate Veterinarians and special expertise available

  • Peggy S. Williams: DVM, AVMA, OVMA, AABP, AAHA, AAEP, Gamma Sigma Delta National Agricultural Honorary, Adjunct faculty, Columbus State Community College
  • Jon S. Laing: DVM, AABP, OVMA, AVMA, KVMA

Educational Resources

  • texts
  • Computer with internet, access to AVMA, Vet Economics, etc.
  • Journals: AAHA, AAEP, AABP Listserv with AAEP, AABP AAHA members

Responsibilities

We expect students to meet clients, take history, perform physical exams, establish differential diagnosis list, and form diagnostic plan. Then discuss therapeutic options to owner and develop treatment plan under supervision of our veterinary staff. Responsibility for surgical/medical treatments agreed by student and veterinarians. The student can expect to see 15-20 small animal appointments, 3-5 surgical procedures, 3-5 medical diagnostic cases and/or 5-8 ambulatory farm visits per day.

Student Supervision

The student will have access to the veterinarians 24 hours per day.

Housing

No

Practice Information

Refugee Canyon Veterinary Services, Inc.
116 N. Ninth Street
Hebron, OH 43025

Ph: 740-929-1493
Fax: 740-929-4292

Email: rcvs [at] refugeecanyonvet [dot] com
Web: www.refugeecanyonvet.com

Updated: 9/22/09
Signature on file: Peggy S. Williams, DVM