Covid-19 Update

We have a reduced number of clinics accepting EMS students back at this time. Please see below for a list of our clinics offering EMS during Covid-19.

EMS Clinics

What is our EMS Champion programme?

We offer veterinary students the opportunity to work with a committed and trained EMS Champion in a large number of our clinics. You’ll benefit from a tailor-made plan for each of your stays, together with regular sit-down meetings with your designated EMS Champion to make sure you gain the most from your stay.

Explore our EMS Champion Clinics

Before you arrive, we’ll give you all the necessary information about your stay with us so you’re well prepared.

You can find all of our Medivet practices here.

Benefits

  • The opportunity to work with a committed and trained EMS Champion in a large number of clinics
  • A tailor-made plan for each of your stays
  • Regular sit-down meetings with your Champion
  • The help and support of our community of friendly and passionate staff
  • The confidence and skills needed to become the best vet you can be

Based at our Support Centre, learn how we provide exceptional administrative support to our network of over 300 practices. Work alongside key departments (including Marketing, Finance and Recruitment) and become fully immersed in the day-to-day running of a leading veterinary business.

You’ll build on your confidence and skills with the help of our friendly and passionate staff, who are committed to helping you become the best veterinary professional you can be.

Many of our EMS students become valued Medivet employees, and some are now partners with us.

To start your journey with us by contacting us here.

Yes, you can do EMS in any Medivet practice. While you’re likely to still have a great experience, we can’t guarantee the structured approach you get at EMS Champion practices.

Yes, the employer’s liability insurance covers all staff, apprentices and work experience students.

“Each experience has been rewarding and a genuinely irreplaceable addition to my veterinary education.”

Rebecca, EMS student