Nebraska Administrator Recognized

Debbie Newhouse has been honored with the 2011 Transforming Practice award.



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Debbie Newhouse

Debbie Newhouse, CVPM, received the 2011 Transforming the Practice award from the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association.

The award is presented annually to a VHMA member based on the veterinary practice’s success in meeting one or more of four criteria: increase in productivity, increase in revenue, decrease in expenses and increase in practice value estimates.

Candidates must participate in the VHMA Practice Diagnostics Survey for two consecutive years to be eligible for the award.

Newhouse, an administrator with Ralston Veterinary Clinic in Ralston, Neb., was recognized for assisting with the clinic’s transition to an employee-owned practice.

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