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Courtney Liermann, LVT, VTS (ECC)


Emergency Care
LVT, VTS (ECC)
Emergency and Critical Care Technical Director

Education:
A.A.S.  2006 Harcum College, Bryn Mawr, PA 
  AVMA accredited, 4-classroom semester, and 2 practicum semesters; University of Pennsylvania Veterinary Teaching Hospital.           

Professional Development
Veterinary Technician Specialty in Emergency and Critical Care
Licensed (Registered) Veterinary Technician, Texas

 

 

Professional Certifications & Associations:
Member Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, VECCS
Member The Academy of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Technicians and Nurses, AVECCTN
Member Texas Veterinary Medical Association, TVMA
Member Veterinary Team Association of Texas, VTAT

Courtney began as a veterinary assistant in 2002 through a high school "work-study" program. This initial employment sparked her desire to enroll in Harcum College's Veterinary Technology Program, in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. While enrolled in the college, she attained her first emergency position in 2005. Upon graduation in 2006, Courtney acquired her CVT in Pennsylvania. She continued to work in emergency medicine and eventually decided to expand her horizons, relocating to Austin in 2008. Courtney continued to gain experience in emergency and specialty, working towards and attaining her VTS in Emergency and Critical Care. The journey of working towards her VTS has opened up many opportunities and relationships within the veterinary community. Through mentoring and guidance, she has learned the value of education and community among peers.

Courtney has held teaching positions with AVMA accredited programs, including Sanford-Brown College, Austin Community College and Penn Foster College. She works toward bringing continuing education opportunities to the Central Texas community, attempting to increase the passion and drive for support staff in the area. She enjoys speaking on the many exciting subjects that emergency/critical care covers. She is a member of VECCS, AVECCTN, TVMA, and VTAT.

Currently, she works full-time in the Critical Care department of a large, privately owned specialty practice. She also hosts weekly webinars with Penn Foster College, provides tutoring services to Austin Community College, and has just begun lecturing with national conferences. She has been active with VSPN, hosting regular rounds sessions on a wide-array of topics.

Courtney currently lives in Lago Vista (just outside of Austin) with her husband and their menagerie of fur-babies. She believes anyone in the medical field should always be learning, "sweat-equity" is important, and leading by example is the best way to train and teach.