Dr. Kari Foss, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Neurology) talks about her decision to return to academia after 4 years in private practice, the challenges of the transition and as a member of the ACVIM Forum Program Neurology Subcomittee she gives a few tips for neurology residents studying for boards in 2021.
In this episode, Dr. Peck, a past president of ACVS, shares valuable insights about:
A Conversation with Dr. Ben Olson, a Neurologist/Neurosurgeon and the Director of Integration and Technology at Pieper Memorial
Dr. Stephanie Correa, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology) founded Animal Cancer Clinic Care in 2004 and today ACCC has 2 stand alone facilities and five outpatient clinics throughout Florida. She talks about her first position after completing her residency and why she decided to start her own hospital. Dr. Correa has created a company where hospital culture and patient care are priorities. She explains the hospital’s mission statement and core values and how the doctors and staff live these through HOPE, CARE and OUTCOME.
Join me as I speak with Dr. Daniel Stobie, DVM, DACVS, the Chief of Staff and founder of NorthStar Vets, a specialty veterinary hospital with 3 locations in New Jersey. Dr. Stobie shares with us how he started NorthStar Vets, the growth of the hospital and how his management team supports the doctors and staff. Dr. Stobie also talks about the defined core values of the hospital and how they strive to create a collaborative culture. He describes how the hospital responds to the needs of the employees, such as by creating a student debt repayment program where NorthStar makes monthly payments to help reduce the employees student debt.
“Interested in Buying a Veterinary Hospital” Join me on this podcast as I speak with Travis York, a Managing Director at Calico Financial. Calico is a finance company which is focused on helping veterinarians reach their goals of practice ownership. He provides great insight and advice on this process. They also provide refinancing for student debt.
Dr. Bacek talks about her decision to pursue a position in academia and then leave academia after 7 years. She also shares some insights she gained while mentoring emergency critical care residents.
After working in a specialty hospital for 3 years, Dr. Luschini acquired a minority interest in the hospital and then 5 years later, she became the sole owner. Dr. Luschini shares her insights about the process, the responsibilities, the challenges and the rewards of being an associate, a partner and the owner of a veterinary specialty hospital.