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Migrating ducks instinctively know that their survival depends on the leadership of one individual. Following the lead duck, they have the best chance of staying on course. Failure to follow the leader puts the flock at risk of being scattered in all directions. As you embark on your new hospital project, you can learn a lot from these ducks.
Constructing a new veterinary facility can be a daunting task that requires time and focus, not to mention a considerable financial investment. So what’s the best way to ensure you get your money’s worth and the outcome you’re hoping to achieve?
Your hospital has standing room only at the reception desk...you want to offer puppy education to kindergarteners but have no place to hold the animals in your facility...you’re considering consolidating several solo practitioners into a central hospital.
There are several areas to consider that can save you future insurance dollars when you build or remodel your hospital or clinic. To realize the most savings, the time to address them is while you’re in the early planning stages!
Don't Get Left Behind: Three Critical Ways to Keep Your Veterinary Practice Competitive, and Profitable
Today’s rapid advancements in veterinary technology and medical information have spurred an increase in specialized services and practices, with doctors delivering better care than ever for their patients.
Branding - what does that really mean to a veterinary practice? Why are some practices concerned about how and what their facility communicates to their clients, employees, competition and the community? Isn’t branding something major corporations do?
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