Rotating Internship - Eastcott
Would you like to work alongside Specialists at the cutting edge of veterinary care?
A Rotating Internship at Eastcott Veterinary Referrals provides an amazing opportunity for learning and personal development and can act as a stepping-stone towards small animal residencies and other postgraduate programmes.
As an Intern you would work with our Specialists in a variety of disciplines and be involved in providing some 24-hour inpatient care. Additionally, there is regular structured learning with seminars and CPD events. If you’re looking to gain in-depth experience and pursue further qualifications an Internship with us is the perfect way
Why join Eastcott?
Eastcott is one of the leading multi-disciplinary referral hospitals in the UK. Our state-of-the-art hospital is led by internationally renowned Specialists who are working at the leading edge of veterinary medicine and surgery. As an Intern you will gain experience with managing a range of cases.
Mentoring and Support
All interns are mentored by a senior member of the clinical team within the practice. Rotating Interns have monthly meetings with their mentor based around the internship workbook. This guides you in the creation of a personal development plan and reflection on your progress throughout the programme.
Benefits of an Internship with Eastcott
We are passionate about enabling you to develop yourself and your career. A high percentage of our previous Interns have progressed into discipline-specific internships and residencies. There are opportunities to progress into residency training across the group. Alternatively, we can support you to become a highly skilled clinician and progress your career within primary care practice.
Meet our Rotating Internship Director
European Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology
Katherine joined the Eastcott Ophthalmology Team in October 2020, after completing her ECVO Residency at South Devon Referrals. She passed my specialist board exams in 2022. Katherine became Intern Director at the beginning of this year and is currently loving the role. Her aim is to support interns in their vital role within the wider hospital team, making sure they get exposure to all the different disciplines and supporting their educational and professional development.
How else will you benefit?
We are passionate about enabling you to develop yourself and your career. Many of our previous interns have progressed into discipline-specific internships and residencies. There are many opportunities to progress into residency training at Anderson Moores or across the group.
Alternatively, we can support you to become a highly skilled clinician and progress your career within primary care practice.
Whatever path you choose, you will also benefit from:
- Excellent in-clinic training from specialists in our multidisciplinary practices
- 1:1 mentoring with a trained mentor within a framework of monthly mentoring sessions
- Regular check-in meetings with the Linnaeus Internship and Residency Manager
- Small group seminar teaching
- Monthly intern film reading sessions
- Professional skills development
- Research skills training
- Support to undertake clinical research
- RCVS Knowledge Library subscription for journal access
- RECOVER online basic and advanced life support training
- Career development workshop
- Unrivalled network of Specialist-led referral practices and over 120 Specialist pathway internship and residency training posts
- Access to careers within our network of excellent primary care practices.
Want to find out more?
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