Residents and Interns

A resident is a veterinarian (DVM or equivalent) who has completed an internship and/or spent time in private veterinary practice and is enrolled in a training program (ie; residency) to become a specialist in a particular field of veterinary medicine. This is typically a three-year program where they will graduate with a concurrent Master’s degree. Residents play a vital role in patient care, client communication, and teaching in our clinic and are under the supervision of boarded specialists.

Interns

An intern is a veterinarian (DVM or equivalent) in their first year(s) of clinical experience. Interns rotate through all specialties and work in our clinic during emergency hours. They are under the supervision of boarded specialists. We have eight small animal interns and a variable number of equine and farm animal interns. An internship is a one-year program. Many interns go on to complete a residency in a specialty program.

 See a listing of Residents and Interns