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Residency: Anesthesia

The program will include daily clinical service (all species), participation in rounds, organized academic reading with mentors, student laboratory exercises, emergency service coverage, and research. The residency will be structured to prepare a successful candidate for eligibility and certification by the ACVA.

The resident works with an anesthesia section consisting of four faculty anesthesiologists and six registered veterinary technicians and participates in a three-year comprehensive veterinary anesthesia training program .

Program Leadership

Lysa Pam Posner, DVM, DACVAA

Molecular Biomedical Sciences

lpposner@ncsu.edu

Application information here

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Information for International Applicants

Preference is given to applicants who have graduated from a college that is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association. If you wish to apply for an internship or residency program things to keep in mind:

  1. Have your degree translated and evaluated by a reputable company. Options include: Josef Silny & AssociatesTrustforte Corporation, and World Education Services
  2. Some programs require the TOFEL exam to qualify for a internship or residency position.
  3. Most foreign interns and residents are appointed to H-1B visas.
  4. To ensure that a foreign national candidate has the H-1B visa at the start of their program the candidate will be asked to pay for the premium processing filing fee of $1,225 USD, if necessary.
  5. Getting a visa takes between 4 and 6 months if the visa is expedited it takes approximately 15 business days.
  6. Take the initial steps and apply for The Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates (ECFVG) certification program is accepted by all state veterinary regulatory boards and the federal government as meeting, either in part or full, the educational prerequisite for licensure or certain types of employment, respectively.