Since 1942, the mission of Redmond Veterinary Clinic has been twofold. First, to provide a warm friendly atmosphere where both the client and the animals feel comfortable and accepted. Secondly, we continue to strive to practice and offer the highest quality medicine and surgery for both small and large animal patients.
Redmond Veterinary Clinic offers routine and emergency care for companion, large and exotic animals. The following services are provided:
Anesthesiology, Cardiology, Clinical Pathology, Critical /Intensive Care, Dentistry, Dermatology, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Nutrition, Digital Radiology, Obstetrics/Reproductive Care, Embryo Transfer, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics Pet Behavior, Well Animal Care, Flexible and Rigid Endoscopy, and Digital Ultrasonography
Students are encouraged to actively participate in daily activities including examinations, diagnostic procedures, therapeutic care and surgery. Students are expected to follow the watch one, assist with one and perform one approach. Extent of participation will depend on the extent of education and training the student has had.
Students are expected to keep a diary of the days activities. When time permits during the day or in the evening the student will research cases they participated with. Students will be expected to know the common causes and treatment for diseases in the animals they are in contact with.
In addition, students encouraged to review cases with the doctor on a daily basis.
Students attend are required to attend staff training meetings as determined by the director as they occur during their stay.
Note: Night and/or weekend clinical responsibilities are required, although students may request nights or weekends off.
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Redmond Veterinary Clinic
Dr. Buck Lewis established Redmond Veterinary Clinic in 1942. Dr Lewis was the first veterinarian in the Central Oregon region and served many parts of Southern and Eastern Oregon. The practice has flourished since those early days as the established reputation and community grew. The practice is recognized throughout the state in part by the participation of Dr. Robert Huckfeldt in the Oregon Veterinary Medical association where he served as President and on many committees. Due to the absence of referral facilities in Central Oregon the C More...