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Philip Hyndman graduated from Massey University’s Bachelor of Veterinary Science in 2012. He started his career in mixed animal practice in rural New Zealand. This position provided him a unique exposure to a high case load of working dog injuries requiring surgical intervention. Driven to provide the best surgical care, he directed his focus to becoming a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. During the following three years he completed two rotating internships, a surgical internship, and a Master’s of Veterinary Medicine. Philip now continues his path at the Animal Medical Center as a surgical resident.
- Bachelor of Veterinary Science. Massey University, New Zealand. 2007-2011
- Small Animal Rotating Internship. Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Massey University, New Zealand. 2015 – 2016
- Small Animal Rotating Internship (Post Graduate Diploma). Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada. 2016 –2017
- Small Animal Surgical Internship. Veterinary Emergency Clinic and Referral Centre, 920 Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada. 2017- 2018
- Master of Veterinary Medicine (Surgical Endorsement). Massey University, New Zealand. Awarded June 2019. Completed 2014-2018.
- Small Animal Surgical Residency. The Animal Medical Center, 510 E 62nd Street, New York, New York, USA. July 2018 – Present.
Singh A, Giuffrida MA, Thomson CB, Baum J, Kramek B, Liptak JM, Hyndman P, Ringwood B, Smeak D, Ham K, Berg J, Thieman-Mankin K, Blois SL, Boston SE. Perioperative characteristics, histological diagnosis, and outcome in cats undergoing surgical treatment of primary hyperparathyroidism. Veterinary Surgery. 2019;48(3):367-374
Hyndman P, Jack M, Bray J, Orbell G, Owen M. Peripheral arteriovenous fistula manifesting as antebrachial dermatopathy in a cat. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 2019;254(3):393-398
Hyndman P. Preoperative stabilization of the GDV patient. New Zealand Veterinary Association, Companion Animal Society Newsletter. 2018;29(3):30,32-34
Hyndman P, Bray J. Temporary tracheostomies: A practical approach to the placement and management of a tracheostomy tube. Companion Animal (UK-VET). 2017;22(8):471-479
Hyndman P. What is your diagnosis? Canine Thyroid adenocarcinoma. New Zealand Veterinary Association, Companion Animal Society Newsletter. 2016;27(3):12,49-51
Hyndman P. What is your diagnosis? Diagnosis and management of urinothorax and uroabdomen in a feline patient following traumatic injury. New Zealand Veterinary Association, Companion Animal Society Newsletter. 2016;27(1):12-14
Hyndman P. Bovine Coxofemoral dislocation vs. fracture. Dairy Cattle Veterinary Newsletter. 2014;29(3):7-13