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University Veterinary Clinics (UVC) are a part of the national net of veterinary service and the main material basis in the training of  veterinary medicine students, veterinarians and other staff, enrolled in one of the forms of education and professional training in the FVMT.

In Romania the Veterinary Assistance Activity is conducted in accordance with Ordinance No. 42 of 29 January 2004 regarding the organization of veterinary services, the Law no 160 of 30/07/1998 for the organization and practicing of veterinary profession, with subsequent amendments (Act no. 592 of December 2003, Law no. 127 published in Official Gazette no. 420 of 18 May 2005) and the operating License issued by the Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Directorate of Timis county, no. 3486/8 December 1993.

Teaching and veterinary assistance are performed concurrently and in accordance with the Internal Regulation of the University Veterinary Clinics approved by the Council of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the meeting on 09.06.2008 and in the meeting of the Senate of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine from Banat, Timisoara (UASVMB) on 18.06.2008. This Internal regulation corresponds to all regulations within the framework established by the Charter of UASVMB Timisoara.

By the teaching staff and technical ones and with the existing material and equipment, the University Veterinary Clinics of the Veterinary Medicine Faculty will provide veterinary care throughout the year, according to the operation rules of clinics.

Veterinary assistance will be provided to all species of animals, regardless of ownership, and on the owner request.

The most important objective of the Veterinary Clinics is to train students, being the principal place for conducting practical classes and clinical work, and instead of making students' professional practice.


The Department of University Veterinary Clinics (UVC) is provided with the following staff:

·         A Coordinator appointed by the Dean of Veterinary Faculty at the proposal of Faculty Council, selected between teachers and lecturers of clinical disciplines;

·         A Board of Administrative tasks, appointed by the Dean, consisting of five members who are heads of clinical Internal Medicine, Surgery, Parasitology, Reproduction and Infectious Diseases, of which is chosen the manager of UVC;

·         Two veterinarians for the hospital;

·         A computer operator;

·         A  worker with tasks in mechanic maintenance and driver license for the two minibuses of the UVC;

·         Three animal caretakers of which:

o   Two  for large animal hospital;

o   One for clinical disciplines from infectious diseases and laboratory animals’ facility.


Services that enter into the organization of veterinary clinics are:

·         a guard service;

·         a receiving (trial) service;

·         specialized clinical disciplines;

·         a veterinary hospital;

·         a pharmaceutical deposit;

·         clinical laboratories;

·         a department of diagnostic images;

·         a patho-morphology and forensic medicine service;

·         a transport service;

·         a laboratory animals` facility.

Specialized clinical disciplines:


         Infectious Diseases;

         Internal Medicine;

         Reproduction Clinic;


         Clinical pathology of large ruminants;

         Clinical pathology of small ruminants;

         Horse Pathology;

         Pig Pathology;

         Avian Pathology;

         Clinical Pets Pathology;


         Image Diagnosis.


Guard Service
Take and record cases in consultation register, make a preliminary examination according with the consultation sheet, in which the data concerning the patient are registered;

• Collect the consultation fee based on a legal receipt;

Take the case and accompanies it to specialized discipline, according with appropriate presumptive diagnosis;

• Depending on time available, participate in solving the case and after that give the completed consultation sheet by the specialized discipline to reception service, or where appropriate, lead the owner of the animal to another clinical discipline.

The clinical disciplines are required to daily send the clinical examination sheet to receiving service for recording in the computer, then repossessed and can to preserve their records;
In cases of emergency, for situations occurring outside the teaching training, it could requires specialized support from teachers;
In the absence of the specialized teacher, the person from Guard Service (student) could give the first aid and rescheduled the case for the next morning;
• Guides the cases for infectious diseases immunoprophylaxy to the discipline of Infectious Diseases between 8-15 hours and after this period the immunoprophylaxy could be done in the Guard Service.

• Veterinary care is provided daily (24 hours) by students and teachers of specialized clinical disciplines

• Hospital veterinary clinics include all areas related to the clinical disciplines mentioned above.

Paid staff:

Coordinator of clinics;

Two veterinarians;

A mechanical mechanic with driver functions;

Three caretakers, of which: a high school computer operator.

Veterinary Pharmacy Deposit

The role of Veterinary Pharmacy Deposit is to serve the veterinary clinics;

Veterinary Pharmacy Deposit must always have the full range of veterinary drugs produced in the country and a wide set of veterinary drugs produced in other countries.

Veterinary Pharmacy Deposit is obliged to ensure the minimum list of drugs required by veterinary clinics and also dietary foods for dogs and cats, and material content and tools for pet hygiene;

Taking in consideration the didactic nature of the Veterinary Pharmacy Deposit, the drugs will be issued based with priority by clinical disciplines.

Clinical laboratories

·         Laboratory of Hematology and Biochemistry, Laboratory of Endocrinology, Laboratory of Nutrition;

·         Performs analysis on clinical disciplines requirements (within existing facilities);

Department of images diagnostic

·         Perform tests required by the clinical disciplines, private veterinarians, etc;

Necropsy and patho-morphology diagnostic service

·         Perform timely the clinical tests required by the clinical disciplines;

·         Fill the necropsy act or analysis that makes it available to interested clinicians;

Shuttle Service

·         Use the cars and minibuses and operating in accordance with Regulation available in clinics and clinic coordinator;

·         For other trips, with students, outside the faculty, in the field, will be approved by the Dean only in the interest of teaching training.


Laboratory animals` facility

         The Laboratory animals` facility is growing (breeding) mice, rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, etc, according to the requests made in advance by disciplines from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine;

         The laboratory animals will be used for teaching and research in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine with the legal provisions in force;

         Laboratory animals` facility serves as a place of practical training for students from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.


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