Avian and Exotics Center of Nashville

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Avian and Exotics Medicine
To achieve practical hands-on experience in Avian and Exotics Medicine.
Avian and exotics -general practice/primary care.
Affiliate PetCo, Audubon Society, AAV, AEMV, AVMA, Vol State.
May also be training along side veterinary technicians at Volunteer State Veterinary Technology Program completing their externships.
Journals, books, VIN, rounds, etc.
To assist the veterinarian with house calls and scheduled appointments as a way to learn histories, questions, answers, common problems. Assist the veterinarian in surgery as needed. Assist the veterinarian in emergency after-hours care. Participate in morning and evening rounds. Oral quizzes and pop questions by veterinarian as to "what you see, how you assess, how you would proceed" and variations in anatomy physiology and protocol between species. During your time here we will utilize experience from small animal practice and teach variations for exotic species.
Primary veterinarian and technician on staff while vet is otherwise occupied.
Avian and Exotics Center of Nashville
432 Bell Road
Nashville, TN 37217
TMRayDVM [at] gmail [dot] com
Tonnie M. Ray DVM
Posted: 07/03/2014