Are you ready to discover your future?

Are you ready to discover your future? 

At Vets Now, we offer both rotating small animal internships and discipline-specific internships that provide qualified veterinary surgeons with a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience and develop and expand their knowledge in veterinary medicine. 

Join Our Team

We are excited to invite applications for our Rotating Internship and Discipline Specific Internship Programs, commencing in July 2024. A total of 19 internship positions are available, providing you with the opportunity to excel in your veterinary career.

Application open date: Monday 30th October 2023 

Closing date for all applications: Friday 02 February 2024 

If you have any questions, please get in touch with Ryan Powell in our Talent Team on 07816 202690 or email [email protected] .



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Rotating internships

Our Small Animal Rotating Internships are tailored for qualified veterinary surgeons, whether you recently graduated or are looking for more exposure to a referral setting with the goal of furthering your education, this program will give you a solid foundation and understanding of the many services in our hospitals. This 13-month program offers exposure to various disciplines and can serve as a steppingstone towards discipline-specific specialist training.

Upon completion, candidates have the option to continue their journey with us in one of our 58 out-of-hours clinics or three 24/7 emergency and specialty hospitals across the UK. Or even returning to general practice with more confidence and a wider skill set than before.  

Interns will rotate through multiple referral services, participate in externships, and actively contribute to out-of-hours emergency care. Teaching is a vital component, with a diverse induction period and weekly didactic seminars enhancing the clinical experience. Funded continuous professional development opportunities you are also available. 

Discipline-specific internships

Our Discipline Specific Internships are designed for qualified vets eager to expand their expertise in a chosen area. With a focus on Internal Medicine (including Medical Oncology), General Surgery, Diagnostic Imaging or Emergency and Critical Care, these 12-month programs offer in-depth training and research opportunities. Collaborate with referral teams, participate in subject-focused tutorials, and gain access to our rich in-house teaching resources.

Preferably candidates would have completed a rotating internship prior to their start date but this is not essential.  

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Discover your future

Our internship programmes offer a unique opportunity to create and build connections that will develop vet surgeons beyond the clinical. Building connections that bolster client/patient care, and professional networks and support the progression of their career. Since its launch, 95 vet surgeons have completed our internship programmes and of those 27% have gone on to become either an advanced practitioner or a diplomate.

Discover learning

Embracing our evidence based learning culture and being inspired by our world-renowned experts offers a unique opportunity for those ready to take the next step in their career. Teaching is an essential component of our internship programmes, with weekly didactic seminars and lectures, which will augment the clinical experience.

Discover growth

Even in times of uncertainty, our business has continued to grow at an exceptional pace. With the significant expansion in our service across the UK we have continued to invest in the next generation of veterinary professionals including the growth of our rotating and discipline-specific internship programmes.

Discover innovation

Founded on a commitment to integrity and ethical standards with a strong emphasis on client and patient care, Vets Now are dedicated to the continued innovation and development of our service and throughout the wider profession.