Mount Dora Veterinary Hospital is a well-established, progressive, face paced 3 (FTE) doctor general practice located in Mount Dora, FL. We offer many services to provide the best comprehensive care to our patients including Preventative Care, Surgery, Urgent Care, Orthopedic Surgery, In-House Diagnostics, Digital full body and dental radiology, Medical and/or Vacation Boarding and more.
Mount Dora Veterinary Hospital is located in the beautiful small town of Mount Dora, FL. The proximity to 429 allows for easy commuting to Orlando. Orange County public schools are wonderful and full of opportunities, making it an ideal area to raise a family! Popular activities in the area include Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and many state parks for hiking, swimming, and camping. Mount Dora is a wonderful place to enjoy a healthy and active work-life balance.
We’re looking for:
3rd or 4th Year Veterinary Students
Compassionate, Team Player and Strong Communicator
Students looking to enhance their education through real world experiences
We offer our Veterinary Student Externs:
Paid Externship Hours
Future Employment Opportunity Preferences
DVM Mentor Network
1:1 Mentorship and Guidance
Must be a 3rd or 4th Year Veterinary Student from an AVMA Accredited Institution.
WE ARE A DRUG-FREE, SMOKE-FREE, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Company Policy & Federal & State Laws Forbid Discrimination Because of Age, Color, Race, Religion, Sex, Disability, Sexual Orientation or National Origin
About Mount Dora Veterinary Hospital
Alliance Animal Health is a multi-site business partner to veterinarians across the US. Our network of general practice and emergency hospitals is as individual as you, and we like it that way! Our network of highly skilled partners and associate veterinarians work hard to deliver the quality of personalized care and attention that our profession deserves. We pride ourselves on maintaining a culture of open communication and collaboration to remain innovative and cutting edge in today’s veterinary environment without disrupting the medical autonomy of our qualified veterinarians.