Animal Health Institute Welcomes College of Veterinary Medicine Students
March 2, 2017
The Midwestern University Animal Health Institute just celebrated its two-year anniversary of providing patient-centered care to your animals. We want to say “Thank you” to everyone who has made these years a huge success. Even as we reflect on this milestone, we now look forward to our next endeavor.
On March 6–7, 2017, the Animal Health Institute will welcome the inaugural class of Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine students. The students will begin their clinical rotations, with supervision of our faculty veterinarians, at our Companion Animal Clinic, Equine and Bovine Center, and Diagnostic Pathology Center facilities on our Glendale Campus.
To prepare our students for their clinical service, all Midwestern University animal clinics, including companion animal urgent care, will be closed on the following days:
Monday, March 6 – Closed all day/evening
Tuesday, March 7 – Closed 8:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
All clinics will resume regular hours on Wednesday, March 8, including companion animal urgent care.
In welcoming our students to their clinical rotations, the Animal Health Institute begins to realize its full potential as the first veterinary teaching hospital in the State of Arizona. We want to thank you, our clients, for your support and participation in educating the next generation of veterinarians. As always, please let us know if you have any questions about your animal’s health or your experience in our clinics.