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Veterinary Neurology Residency
A Program with a Purpose and a Mission

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Be Part of a Greater Purpose
Keeping Families Together


At Southeast Veterinary Neurology (SEVN), we keep families together by providing second chances to pets with neurological disease and hope to the people who love them. With this purpose in mind, we're on a mission to help 70,000 families by 2033. To accomplish this, we need talented, motivated, and humble team players to join our residency program.

Founded in 2010, SEVN is a leader in veterinary neurology, neurosurgery, and advanced imaging across every location. We exclusively treat medical and surgical diseases of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles. Our highly trained neurologists are recognized experts in veterinary neurology and neurosurgery. Our compassionate team is committed to our work because we're brought together through a culture solidified by shared values.


Our Mission

We keep families together by giving second chances to pets with neurological disease and hope to the people who love them.


Our Goal

We are on the road to helping 70,000 families by 2033, ensuring their beloved pets not only survive but thrive.


Our Values

Our core values are growth, availability, teamwork, integrity, accountability, excellence, and compassion.


Growing Future Neurologists
Through Rigorous Training, Expert Support, and Empathetic Mentorship


A heavy caseload of over 5,000 patients a heart in a busy hospital ensures you'll treat a wide range of conditions and advance your skills rapidly.

A significantly large team of board-certified neurologists means you'll get to develop your talents alongside multiple experts who are passionate about your professional and personal growth.

You'll have access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities in addition to highly trained technical staff for superior support.

A Wellness Program and a aDirector of Education and Wellness to oversee your growth.

Our focus on your success will prepare you for passing boards and handling any problem that comes your way as a neurologist.

The variety and volume of cases we see at SEVN will help me become the most time-efficient and well-rounded neurologist possible. The staff at SEVN truly wants what is best for the patients and treats each client with respect and compassion which creates a very caring atmosphere. This is a standard I will carry with me in the future.

Brandon Durr, DVM

Make SEVN the next step in your career.What to Expect

The Neurology and Neurosurgery Residency at Southeast Veterinary Neurology is a three-year clinical training program in Miami or Boynton Beach based on the guidelines established by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialty of Neurology.

  • 100+ weeks dedicated to small animal neurology and neurosurgery
  • Rotations through internal medicine, radiology, clinical pathology, and anatomic pathology at veterinary teaching hospitals
  • Collaboration with nearby specialists that complement our services
  • 150+ hours a year of didactic training, including general medicine rounds with specialists around the country
  • Daily hospital rounds
  • Weekly resident rounds, imaging rounds, book club, and journal club
  • Monthly neuropathology, electrodiagnostic, and imaging didactic instruction from pathologists, neurologists, and radiologists
  • Opportunities to teach visiting fourth year students and visiting rotating interns from local specialty hospitals
  • Routine performance of spinal and intracranial surgeries
  • Monthly cadaver labs with neurologist instruction
  • Completion of a research project submitted for publication
  • Presentation at a regional or national conference
  • Formal written feedback provided quarterly on leadership, professional, and personal development
  • Health insurance with dental and vision options
  • Headspace and Headspace Care membership
  • 401K retirement plan
  • Profit sharing
  • Short-term disability
  • Professional liability insurance
  • AVMA and SFVMA membership dues
  • State license fee
  • $4,000 annual stipend for surgical loupes, continuing education, travel and lodging for outside rotations, and ACVIM exam and/or credentialing fees
  • Free attendance to annual SEVN Advanced Neurodiagnostics Conference 
  • Paid time off including 2 weeks for vacation, 4 weeks for ACVIM General Exam preparation, and 6 weeks for ACVIM Neurology Certifier preparation

SEVN's Promise
Help us keep it.

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