North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine
North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine is a U.S. educational institution located in Raleigh, North Carolina that offers master's and doctorate-level degree programs; interdisciplinary research in a range of veterinary and comparative medicine topics through centers, institutes, programs and laboratories; and external engagement through public service programs and activities.
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
The College provides the animal-owning public with veterinary medical services in 18 specialty clinics through its Veterinary Teaching Hospital. About 23,000 cases--primarily companion animals and horses--are diagnosed and treated in the hospital's small and large animal units each year. Hospital clinicians have pioneered clinical canine bone marrow transplants and osseointegrated surgical implants for customized prosthetic limbs for dogs and cats.
Located on NC State University Centennial Biomedical Campus (part of the Centennial Campus complex), the College has three departments: Department of Clinical Sciences, The College involves some 155 faculty, 400 staff members,and it enrolls more than 300 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) students, 75 graduate students, and 75 interns and residents.