Case Veterinary Hospital, who is preparing to kick off its countdown to 100 years in service, is opening its doors to three area high school students. In cooperation with the Junior Achievement of Georgia, Savannah District, three Case Veterinary Hospital doctors will give the students the opportunity to see the professional life of a Case Vet firsthand.
The students are scheduled to arrive at the clinic at 9 a.m. Each will have their own doctor to observe and ask questions. Students accompanying Dr. Melanie Bevere and Dr. Allison Witherow will be involved with Case Vet exam rooms. These are the outpatient service areas in the Hospital. They will be involved in taking patient histories, checkups and preventative care. The third student will shadow Dr. Mark Mudd in the treatment room. Dr. Mudd will describe the various surgeries and procedures that make up the inpatient care given at Case Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Carla Case-McCorvey will wrap up the activity with lunch for the students. She will address the business side of running a successful veterinary practice. The students will also have that time to ask any questions they may have.
Case Veterinary Hospital is a full service animal hospital that has been serving Savannahs animals for nearly 100 years. Located on Eisenhower, they specialize in preventive care services for the pet member of your family. As a strong supporter of Twice a Year for Life, Case Veterinary Hospital uses the latest Veterinary technology to promote healthy dogs and cats. They are vastly experienced in providing inpatient services to sick or injured dogs and cats. Case Veterinary Hospital is also the place to take your pet to be spayed or neutered or to receive vaccinations
To learn more about Case Veterinary Hospital, log into www.casevet.com or call 912-352-3081.