If you're known as an animal person, Gwinnett Tech's got just the program for you! The Veterinary Technology program provides a one-on-one personal approach to caring for animals as a veterinary technician. Graduates of the program find jobs in this field at small and large veterinary medicine practices and zoos, as well as in research, veterinary product sales and development, and in academia. At GTC, you'll learn the specialized techniques to provide the best care and assistance to animals of all sizes.
Gwinnett Tech's Veterinary Technology program is accredited by the Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities (CVTEA).
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Healthcare Science – Pre-Veterinary
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Bonnie BallardProgram Director Veterinary TechnologyBBallard@gwinnetttech.eduext 6347Ryan CheekInstructor Veterinary Technologyrcheek@gwinnetttech.eduext 6337Steve MoyersDean of Health SciencesSMoyers@gwinnetttech.eduext 6732
Veterinary technician positions are available in small and large animal practices, zoos, research, veterinary product sales and development and academia. Graduates can also work as a veterinary assistant or animal healthcare assistant.
Veterinary Technology Advisory Committee
Dr. Bonnie Ballard
Lisa Nied, RVT
Saint Francis Veterinary Specialists
Dal Dunagan, RVT
Dr. Brad Wilson
The Veterinary Clinic West
Jennifer Wojteczko, RVT –Co-chair
Dr. Michael Wanchick
Apalachee Ridge Animal Hospital
Dr. Ken Greenwood-Chair
Northlake Veterinary Surgery
Dr. Brad Miller
Russell Ridge Animal Hospital
Atlanta Pet Cremation Services
Brandee Long, RVT