Further expansion completes current development plan, as independent vet group Scarsdale goes from strength-to-strength.4 mins
The event is the UK’s leading non-clinical veterinary conference “offering stimulating and pioneering CPD content from speakers within the veterinary profession and beyond'.
Findings will be used to develop new strategies around succession and encouraging women in the profession into leadership positions.
College says its 100 staff have “outgrown” their current headquarters in Westminster and need a new building with “sufficient capacity for growth of the college for the next 25 years”.
Candidates have until 1 August to apply for the veterinary practice management qualification, aimed at experienced managers and veterinary team members in a leadership or management role.
“This has been driven from our core portfolio, good market penetration and realisation of significant Le Vet revenue synergies,” says chief executive Ian Page.
The Veterinary Management Group has set a deadline of 19 July for applications to its veterinary management research scheme.3 mins
A £1.5 million expansion has led to the creation of the first residency programme in small animal surgery at Vets Now's Glasgow hospital.
“The customer experience plays such a crucial role in practice life, and so it's very rewarding to be able to help new starters and experienced team members grow their confidence and develop new skills“ – Sophie Dainty, Onswitch.
Some 15 months after opening, West Yorkshire practice premises described as “spectacular” in design and appearance is fully accredited as small animal hospital and emergency services clinic.
People management, client care, well-being and business finance are all on the agenda at a series of non-clinical CPD events from SPVS and the VMG.
Vettimes users are being given the chance to win one of five free tickets for SPVS-VMG's upcoming Practice Finance Day.
Rapidly expanding group snaps up Northern Irish veterinary business and vows “it won’t be the last”.
Shares in company rose by more than 10%, despite a fall in pre-tax profits of almost 40% in the wake of vet group restructuring.5 mins
Veterinary hospital is one of only two practices in the country to have achieved all six outstanding awards open to them under the Practice Standards Scheme.
York-based group acquires one of Scotland’s leading veterinary businesses, which includes the largest equine hospital north of the border.
“I’m really excited to be working alongside the VMA team and see this as a fantastic opportunity to focus on adding value to our expanding membership." – Fiona MacGillivray.
A host of top names will be speaking at Focus on Practice Finance day on 26 June, covering a range of topics from EBITDA to effective stock control.3 mins
New plan offers 24/7 telephone counselling from GPs and trained professionals to the entire veterinary team.
“Once again, the breadth of nominations for the welfare awards has amazed and enthused the judging panel” – chairman of the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards judging panel, Chris Laurence.