Veterinary Internship Programs.
The small animal rotating internship provides advanced clinical training for graduate veterinarians wishing to perform an advanced level of private small animal practice, enter a small animal residency program, or to develop greater clinical knowledge and skills prior to entering a research career in either industry, government, or graduate work. Interns are matched through the AAVC Internship & Residency Matching Program. If you have additional questions, please visit our SAMS rotating internship frequently-asked questions (FAQ) page.
Residencies and Specialty Internships
We offer residency positions as well as specialty internships, including:
- Cardiology Residency
- Community Practice Clinic (CPC)
- Dermatology Residency
- ECC Residency
- ECC Specialty Internship
- Neuro Residency
- Oncology Residency
- SAIM Residency
- SAIM Specialty Internship
- Surgery Residency
- Zoological Medicine (exotic pets, wildlife, zoo and aquatics)
Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Oncology, and Surgery have residency positions available. You may apply through the Veterinary Internship & Residency Matching Program.
Visit the website, https://www.virmp.org/, for more information.
For more information about rotating internships at The University of Georgia, please email Brooke Hogan Spurlin, or call her at 706.583.0681.