Assistant Dean:Dr. Abdelsalam Talafha
The Veterinary Health Center (VHC) at Jordan University of Science and Technology based in Northern Jordan was first established in 1989 and is the only veterinary teaching clinic in Jordan.
Clinicians and students at the VHC are treating a case of coliky horse
The clinic receives approximately 2,000 large and small animal patients annually that are referred from practices all over the country. This extensive and varied case load provides an excellent basis for training veterinary undergraduates and postgraduates.
Intravenous catheter was inserted to treat septic foal at the VHC
Currently, there are 7 American Board Certified specialists and 5 PhD senior clinicians employed by the VHC who are providing the best, cutting-edge veterinary training and service to the clients in different specialties of veterinary medicine and surgery.
Dr. Ismail and Dr. Daradka are using the endoscope for the diagnosis of esophageal obstruction in an adult horse
All clinical and non-clinical staff at the VHC are dedicated to providing the best possible care for clients and their pets.
The VHC is committed to providing referring practices and their clients with the highest quality service, in an efficient, effective and empathetic way using the most advanced techniques and equipments.
Dr. Ismail is using the ultrasound for the diagnosis of truamatic reticuloperitonitis in a dairy cow
Lab Location: On-Campus