Early-Bird Registration Open for VHMA Conference

Registering by Aug. 1 can save attendees $100.


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The chief function of the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association is to advance and support veterinary practice managers.

The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association is offering a $100 discount to anyone who registers for its 2014 Annual Meeting and Conference by Aug. 1.

Up to 16½ continuing education hours will be available at the convention, which is scheduled for Sept. 17 to 20 in St. Louis.

Among the scheduled speakers are practice consultants Karen Felsted, CPA, MS, DVM, CVPM, and Shelley Johnson, CVPM, and corporate trainer and author Laura Goodrich.

The theme of the annual meeting is “Precise, Performing, Professional.” Learning tracks include sessions titled “Team Synergy,” “Leading From Potential to Performance” and “Staffing the Emergency Practice.”

Registration for the full conference after Aug. 1 will cost $595 for members and $790 for nonmembers. More information is available at www.vhma.org.

Based in Alchula, Fla., the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association counts practice managers, veterinarians, hospital administrators, office managers and consultants among its members. The organization also offers Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) certification.

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