Month: September 2020

How Veterinary Laundry Service Makes a Difference in Your Practice

Dirty laundry. It’s one of the most despised parts of veterinary medicine, especially if you have a pile of parvo diarrhea-laden blankets, reeking to high heaven. If you don’t have a medical-grade laundry service, you—and your patients—are better off tossing out those dirty blankets. Human hospitals outsource their laundry needs to services that follow CDC …

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Professionalism Raises the Bar in Veterinary Medicine

What do you think of when you hear the word “professionalism”?  Competent Confident Respected Businesslike Teacher Honest Establishes priorities Driven Above gossip Productive Well-dressed Takes initiative Problem-solver Resilient Self-aware Relationship builder Professionalism is another area where we should focus as we excitedly anticipate the changes coming about from NAVTA’s Veterinary Nurse Initiative (VNI) (for more …

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