Veterinary Technician Program

The trend toward group practices, increased client expectations of quality care, and an economic need to leverage Veterinarians’ productivity, have allowed veterinary technicians to play a greater role in providing nursing care and related medical services.  Veterinary Technicians can assist the veterinarian as a nurse, lab technician, radiography technician, anesthetist, surgical nurse and client educator.

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Veterinary Technician AAS

The trend toward group practices, increased client expectations of quality care, and an economic need to leverage Veterinarians’ productivity, have allowed veterinary technicians to play a greater role in providing nursing care and related medical services. Veterinary Technicians can assist the veterinarian as a nurse, lab technician, radiography technician, anesthetist, surgical nurse and client educator.

 

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Eric Sime, Program Advisor

H1434C | eric.sime@rctc.edu | 507-280-5006

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