Vienna, VA(703) 281-5121
The Hope Center is regularly looking for new faces to join our team. We offer a happy, relaxed work environment, flexible scheduling, excellent in-house training and top salaries. Our employee benefits include health, dental, life, long-term disability, 401(k), Continuing Education and total career satisfaction.
If you are interested in finding out more about employment opportunities at the Hope Center, please email the HR Department or call 703-242-4733.
The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine is an AAHA recognized Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center located in the heart of Vienna, VA. Long recognized as the leader in emergency medicine for Northern Virginia, The Hope Center maintains a close working relationship with a large number of primary veterinary hospitals in the area.
If you are interested in applying for an internship position or would like more information or a tour of our facilities, please complete the application, and you will be contacted by the technician internship supervisor Michele Marriott, LVT.
We boast a warm, friendly, team atmosphere with a busy caseload conducive to learning thorough diagnostics and treatments. The ER service works closely with a number of specialty departments within the building: Internal Medicine, Ophthalmology, Oncology, Cardiology, Neurology, and Surgery.
Externs will have the ability to learn from the following:
Our staff is composed of veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians and assistants who bring to our patients and their families the finest in medical training and unparalleled experience in veterinary medicine.
The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine is located in thriving Vienna less than 15 miles from Washington, D.C., a city of national history, culture, parks and outdoor recreation, and exciting nightlife. The Hope Center does offer a 1-year rotating internship, and a visit to the Hope Center prior to the match is highly recommended.
If you are a 4th year veterinary student and would like to set up a rotation, please contact Dr. Courtney Mason.
A leader in veterinary emergency medicine for more than 30 years, The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine is the first choice of more than 60 area veterinarians for emergency-care referrals in the Northern Virginia area. They rely on the training and experience of The Hope Center staff and our fully state-of-the-art facility to meet the needs of their patients. In addition to nine emergency clinicians, our center houses full time specialists in Internal Medicine, Ophthalmology, Oncology, Surgery(VSC), Neurology (VSC), and Cardiology (CVCA).
We boast a warm, friendly, team atmosphere with a busy caseload conducive to learning thorough diagnostics and treatments. Primary case responsibility and many opportunities to learn specialized surgeries and emergency procedures is given to interns and mentorship from the emergency clinicians and specialists is always on hand. Interns will rotate through Emergency, Internal Medicine, Ophthalmology, Oncology, Cardiology, Neurology, and Surgery. Mentorship is always available and, unlike the majority of internships, overnight emergency shifts are always staffed with at least one seasoned emergency veterinarians. Interns are never alone on their overnights. The internship is ideal for those seeking practical experience and in-depth training their first year as a veterinarian whether interested in pursuing a residency or going on to private practice. The Hope Center is dedicated to making the internship as valuable to the interns as they are to us. We encourage those individuals with the motivation to enrich their knowledge and acquire valuable skills in a welcoming atmosphere to visit the staff and the hospital. Included in the learning experience will be teaching rounds, journal club rounds, and morbidity and mortality rounds.
We are looking for enthusiastic, team-oriented individuals who take initiative to learn and practice the highest quality of medicine and thrive in a fast paced environment.
Our staff is composed of veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians and assistants who bring to our patients and their families the finest in medical training and unparalleled experience in veterinary medicine. The Hope Center also boasts a veterinary technician internship program aimed at training the highest skilled veterinary technicians crucial to a high volume ICU.
Among the benefits package, we will offer coverage of liability insurance, veterinary licensure and a health insurance/LT disability package.
The Hope Center for Advanced Veterinary Medicine is located in thriving Vienna less than 15 miles from Washington, D.C., a city of national history, culture, parks and outdoor recreation, and exciting nightlife. A visit to the Hope Center prior to the match is highly recommended and Virginia licensure will be required of all interns.
To participate or find out more information on the matching program, visit the AAVC Veterinary Internship and Residency Matching Program Website.
Veterinary school graduates interested in extending their education into specialty fields have the option to enroll in a one-year rotating internship at an accredited hospital or university. The Hope Center has been offering these internships for a number of years. Below is a list of graduates of that program as well as their placement or career choice after completion of their internship.
|2006-2007||Kelly Johnson||Michigan State University||Surgical Residency, Board Certification|
|Wayne Sisk||Oklahoma State University||Emergency Clinician|
|2007-2008||Neal Wasserman||Michigan State University||Ophthalmology Residency, Board Certification|
|Haley Morse||University of Georgia||Primary Practice|
|Leigh Farrington||Cornell University||Emergency Clinician|
|Rebecca Widmer||Colorado State University||Internal Medicine Internship|
|2008-2009||Alecia Klemas||Ross University||Emergency Clinician|
|Shannon Ryan||The Ohio State University||Internal Medicine Internship/Residency|
|2009-2010||Julia Nagel||Virginia Tech||Primary Practice|
|Mike Hickey||Virginia Tech||Cardiology Residency, Board Certification|
|2010-2011||Courtney Mason||Virginia Tech||Emergency Clinician|
|Lesia Denysyk||North Carolina State||Oncology Residency|
|2011-2012||Michelle Larsen||Virginia Tech||Emergency Clinician|
|Erin Baxter||North Carolina State||Internal Medicine Internship|
|2012-2013||Sarah Lehman||University of Pennsylvania||Emergency/Critical Care Internship|
|Maggie McCourt||Virginia Tech||Primary Practice|
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