BCF Technology has appointed two clinical managers.

Rachel and Holly
Rachel Marshall and Holly Johnson join BCF Technology as in-house vets.

Holly Johnson and Rachel Marshall have joined as in-house vets to help deliver veterinary imaging training and further develop online learning resources, as part of the new BCF Academy.

Free learning resource

BCF managing director Gavin Mitchell said: “It’s great Holly and Rachel are joining our expanded clinical team.

“We already have a huge amount of free learning resources available on our new website. Holly and Rachel joining us will allow us to continue to grow the BCF Academy to help vets learn more about veterinary imaging.”

Helping vets

Miss Johnson added: “Imaging is such an important part of a diagnosis – I am really looking forward to helping vets gain confidence with their imaging.

“BCF really does demonstrate its commitment to helping vets learn, by having its own team of in-house vets and radiographer.”

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