Jerry Northington - Career

Career

After earning a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, Jerry Northington completed a one-year rotating internship and one year of medical residency at the Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine. After a further two year Residency in Neurology Dr. Northington taught neurology as an instructor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine from 1979 to 1983. He eventually helped to establish Metropolitan Veterinary Associates in Valley Forge, PA, and continues his practice as a veterinarian with a practice limited to neurology.

Establishing and running a veterinary practice has helped Dr. Northington to understand the challenges of small business ownership. Dr. Northington believes that economic policy should focus on the betterment of all society, and that programs need to be put in place to provide increased job opportunities for all Americans. Dr. Northington believes that the economy should be redirected toward improved environmental health as well as alternative energy sources and away from the current military based industrial complex.

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