New Bolton Center, School of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania is located in rural Southern Chester County. Our well-established 24 hour emergency service allows interns to experience a diverse caseload from simple emergencies to complex referral cases. All specialty services are well represented and work together in a collegial atmosphere. The staff of New Bolton Center consists of approximately 93 veterinarians (including 6 interns and approximately 12 residents).
The 12-month internship program includes supervised rotations in Medicine, Surgery and Emergency/Critical Care. Duties include diagnosis, treatment and care of clinical cases and related communications, and instruction and supervision of veterinary students.
Clinical work is supplemented with daily rounds, an intern seminar series, other seminars, journal club discussions and other learning opportunities. Night and weekend duties are assigned on a rotating basis. One week of vacation is provided; in addition, interns are scheduled to be free for either the Winter Break Holiday or the New Year half of the University Holiday period. Health and professional liability insurance benefits are included. The intern must be able to work in the hospital on all days and times of the week. A Pennsylvania veterinary license is not required for an internship at New Bolton Center.
Rental housing is available, however transportation is required. There is no public transportation. Hospital parking is free. We are centrally located, one hour from Philadelphia, New Jersey and Baltimore, 30 minutes from Delaware, Maryland and Lancaster. These areas offer cultural diversity, active arts scene, excellent restaurants, concert halls, nightclubs and sports events. Mid-Atlantic beaches and the Appalachian Mountains are available for recreation nearby.
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- Download a description of the Large Animal Internship Program at New Bolton Center
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Internship & Residency Match Program
- If you are interested in applying for the 2017 cycle, applications will start being accepted in October 2016.