CE is a constant need in veterinary practice. However, you may want to include all of your veterinarian professionals to provide a more cohesive practice. Thankfully, there are plenty of opportunities for your whole team to get CE!
Find out more about upcoming CE opportunities by reading our latest blog!
This past month we had the pleasure of having Saint George University third year veterinary students at our Oquendo Campus. The students are working on their clinicals to become veterinarians in the near future. While they were at the Oquendo Campus, they had the opportunity to spay and neuter over 300 cats and dogs to help them be adoptable.
As state regulations on travel restrictions begin to be lifted, more visitors are able to fly into Las Vegas, Nevada. We like to provide our lab attendees and guests with our shuttle service. Our shuttles can take pick you up from the airport, take you to either Oquendo or Eastern Campus, and even pick you up from your hotel. We offer a bus that can sit up to 30 passengers, a passenger van that can sit up to 13 passengers, a sprinter that seats 11 passengers, and a suburban SUV that seats 5 passengers.
Dr. Stephen Jones grew up outside Dublin in Ireland. He attended Veterinary school at University College Dublin. After receiving his Veterinary Medicine degree in 2009, he moved to Hollywood, Florida to complete both rotating and specialty surgery internships, at the Hollywood Animal Hospital. From there, Dr. Jones moved to Gainesville Florida where he completed a combined residency in small animal surgery and Master of Science program at the University of Florida. After completion of his residency in 2015, Dr. Jones moved to Columbus, Ohio where he joined the faculty rank as an Assistant Professor of Small Animal Orthopedics at The Ohio State University.
Dr. Jones is a Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and the European College of Veterinary Surgeons. He has written and published numerous scientific papers, book chapters and abstracts, and lectures all over the world. His special interests include minimally invasive fracture repair, medical and surgical treatment of joint disease, arthroscopy, and surgical management of angular limb deformities.
If you are lacking CE or just want to better your practice, the Canine and Feline Double Down on Dentistry: Rads to Flaps, the Tooth Is Coming Out course sponsored by Midmark and Securos Surgical may be perfect for you! The course is held on April 15th-17th, 2021 at the Oquendo Campus and is being taught by Brian Beale, David Dycus, and Stephen Jones. Taking this course will give you a total of 20 CE credits and there are only 24 spots that are going fast!
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