“Practice made perfect” was the theme at the company's sixth annual event, held in Kenilworth.4 mins
Association fears publication of new technical notices underlines how a no-deal situation could put strain on large and crucial sections of veterinary workforce.
“I firmly believe that, in collaborating with the AVMA, we will be able to address more effectively the pressing issues around mental health...” – Mind Matters Initiative chairman Stuart Reid.
More than 12,000 staff now work at 900-plus practices across 8 European countries and treat 2.3 million pets, according to first report.
Million-pound investment to result in creation of state-of-the-art intensive care facility and new vet jobs for equine hospital.
Major investment creates jobs for five new clinicians in extra operating theatre and state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging suite.3 mins
A leading veterinary business consultancy has launched a nationwide survey to establish how terms and conditions of front-of-house staff vary across the UK.
The UK’s leading provider of out-of-hours veterinary care has grown its network by opening its latest site at a first opinion practice in Peterborough.
Hospital and centre of excellence in Republic of Ireland bought by UK’s leading provider of integrated veterinary services.
Online course will cover ”Recruitment and contracts of employment”, ”Handling disciplinaries and grievances”, ”Effective performance management”, ”Dealing with sickness”, and ”Dismissing an employee”.
In a first for veterinary sector in Scotland, initiative “recognises the central role receptionists play as part of the practice team”, says group’s managing partner.
Recognised specialist in internal medicine and feline medicine takes up newly created role and will have responsibility for group’s medical education strategy.
York-based group lays ground for ambition to become leading UK equine business and launch equine graduate development programme to build for future.
Practices urged to help benchmark veterinary profession prices and see how their fees compare, both regionally and nationally.
“We are thrilled BC Partners is supporting us during the next phase of our growth,” says Jo Malone, chief executive of the small animal, mixed and equine veterinary practices operator.
Classified advertising site bids to deter unscrupulous operators from misusing the platform and discourage the “casual” trading of animals online.
Reports suggest BC Partners could be poised to buy York-based group as corporate consolidation continues in veterinary sector.
Financial analysts say move from basic pet food arm into higher margin veterinary business is responsible for uplift.