Internships & Externships
Park Equine Hospital offers a variety of undergraduate and post graduate programs, including internships, externships, preceptors, and exchange students. Internships are offered to recent graduates who are licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and are looking to gain hands on experience. Externships, preceptors, and exchange student programs are offered to veterinary students who are looking for an educational experience under the supervision of practicing veterinarians.

Please direct Internship Program inquires to

Ann Andrews, DVM

Dr. Andrews grew up in the Bay Area of Northern California. She graduated in May 2020 from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and finished her clinical year at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. While attending Ross University in the Caribbean, she was hired as the farrier for the school’s horses and also helped the locals of the island with their horses’ hoof care and medical needs.

After graduating, Dr. Andrews completed a small animal rotating specialty internship at Louisville BluePearl and completed her Certification of Acupuncture of Veterinary Medicine at the Chi Institute of Chinese Veterinary Acupuncture.
Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Andrews was a registered veterinary technician for 13 years, where she worked in small animal emergency and specialty, along with large animal ambulatory services. She was a member of the Future Farmers of America throughout high school and raised sheep and cattle on her grandparent's small farm and her family’s beef cattle ranch.
Dr. Andrews has a specific interest in podiatry and radiology. She is looking forward to furthering her education from the staff at Park Equine Hospital during her internship and is looking forward to meeting all of our clients and patients.

Mallory Myers, DVM

Dr. Myers grew up in Sharon Center, Ohio. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Zoology from Miami University and received her DVM from Lincoln Memorial University.
Her love for horses runs in the family and she grew up riding quarter horses and hunter/jumpers. Dr. Myers' practice interests include sports medicine, reproduction, and emergency medicine. Outside of veterinary medicine, she enjoys running and hiking with her dog Archie.