Laura speaks with Dr. Amanda Elpiner, an Oncologist who recently joined AVIMP. Dr. Elpiner talks about how well things are going in her new position and the support she receives as she juggles a young family and her professional career.
Thera-Vet Acres – The story behind how this hospital supports their technicians.
Laura speaks with Sarah Hoffman, LVT, CCRT, CCMT (Fall 2021) at Thera-Vet Acres about the passionate atmosphere at Thera-Vet for providing the best care for their patients and how the hospital has provided her the opportunity to pursue advanced certification in her field.
Dr. David Mason, DACVS, DECVS, MRCVS and Chief of Staff at Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Clinic
A conversation with Dr. David R. Mason DACVS, DECVS, MRCVS, Chief of Staff at the Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center (LVVSC). LVVSC has grown into a tremendous multi-specialty and emergency hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada. As I spoke with Dr. Mason, he shared his insights as to what makes this hospital so special and why.
Dr. Jefferson Nunley DACVS, Mobile Veterinary Surgeon
It was great to learn more about the life of a mobile veterinary surgeon. In this episode, Dr. Nunley, the owner of Tennessee Veterinary Surgical Specialists, describes the “awesome” quality of life of a mobile surgeon including a workday that never ends after 4:30, 4 days a week with no medical records to be […]
Insights into Akron Veterinary Internal Medicine & Oncology Practice
In this podcast, Dr. Greg Chambers, DACVIM, one of the owners of Akron Veterinary Internal Medicine and Oncology Practice, shares with us his thoughts about buying into a specialty hospital, his interest in minimally invasive procedures and more details about the 2nd location of the practice in Cleveland.
A Conversation with Dr. Mike Lent, the Medical Director of Pantano Animal Clinic
Please join us as Dr. Lent, the Medical Director of Pantano Animal Clinic in Arizona. In this podcast, he shares his insights about creating hospital culture, career highlights, and his enthusiasm for working with newer veterinarians.”