The School of Veterinary Medicine at the St. George’s University is a rapidly growing international renowned, AVMA-accredited university located on the beautiful English-speaking Caribbean island of Grenada. Grenada enjoys a tropical climate with year round sunshine and an average temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The national language is English and all typical amenities are available for a comfortable lifestyle. Grenada is world-renowned for its beaches, sailing and water sports, including snorkeling and diving. Grenada’s most famous beach, Grand Anse Beach, is a 2 mile stretch of pristine white sand that has been listed as one of the top beaches in the world.
The Veterinary Medicine program offers three years of didactic coursework in basic sciences as well as an introduction to clinical work, partly through its Small Animal Clinic. The Small Animal Clinic is a community based small animal hospital that provides full service veterinary care to the pets of Grenada and serves as the teaching clinic for 5th and 6th term veterinary students.
The Small Animal Clinic is a community based small animal hospital that provides full service veterinary care to the pets of Grenada and serves as the teaching clinic for 5th and 6th term veterinary students. The Small Animal Clinic is currently staffed by 7 veterinarians and is managed by an Internal Medicine specialist and Emergency and Critical Care residency trained veterinarian. Boarded faculty members in neurology, anesthesia, internal medicine and surgery also provide consultation and patient services.
The Small Animal Clinic is actively seeking internship-trained veterinarians to staff our veterinary clinic and lead the clinic’s small animal surgical service. Responsibilities include daily appointment receiving, both emergency and routine, as well as training of students participating in 5th and 6th term clinical rotations.
Closing date: Until position is closed
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