Clients are being asked to wait in cars, pets are being transported and video consults are all part of the measures introduced at Hamilton Specialist Referrals.6 mins
The group has written an open letter to a host of Government departments – including the chancellor of the exchequer and Defra – urging more support for veterinary businesses.
Video consults, text chats, contactless payment system and ambulance pet collection will reduce risk of coronavirus spreading.
“We are asking for an assurance from governments across the UK that veterinary practices will also be included in the scope for support and recognised as a business critical service” – BVA.
Title decided on more than 11,000 pet owner reviews covering 2,500 veterinary practices around the UK.
Sessions will look at methods used and how to take samples, as well as prepare slides for the microscope, with a practical training option also available.
“...it seems everyone will be taking away a lot from the day, which is what these roadshows are all about” – Dave Hollinshead, Vets Now.
“This technology is one of the most advanced in medicine and helps surgically remove tumours while also reducing the tissue damage to vital structures” – neurologist Rodolfo Cappello.
“By having all the specialist disciplines available at the practice, we can offer a more holistic service to emergency patients” – clinical lead, RVN Harriet Deering.
Free dermatology webinar will mark CPD service's first decade serving veterinary professionals.
“The new site will significantly improve facilities and provide us with more space to expand the number of cases referred to us...” – Angus Anderson, clinical director at Anderson Abercromby Veterinary Referrals.6 mins
Staff and clients enjoy marking the first anniversary of the Buckinghamshire referral centre opening.
£2 million vet hospital that opened last summer submerged under 5ft of floodwater, but staff aim to reopen in six months’ time.
“As a veterinarian, I take immense pride in the fact Frégis has chosen to join our network” – Patrick Govart, general manager France at IVC Evidensia.
Scotland’s first in-house receptionist academy has produced its first cohort of graduates, with six staff earning certificates from The College of Animal Welfare.
Awards celebrate practices that demonstrate a commitment to positive well-being, with the winners announced at SPVS-VMG Congress.
Veterinary Specialists Scotland, based in Livingston, will be co-led by Dick White of Dick White Referrals in Cambridgeshire.
“I feel humble and extremely blessed to be recognised in this way for doing something I love, for the people and a community I care so much about” – Vicky Robinson.4 mins
Clare Balding opened congress before delegates got stuck into more than 50 hours of varied business and well-being CPD at Celtic Manor, south Wales.
David Hillier will be succeeded as chief executive by Stephen Clarke, former chief executive of WHSmith.