Bailey was indeed a very special part of our family and knowing that he received such excellent care from such a wonderful group of people has made this difficult time for us more bearable.
In the state of Pennsylvania, veterinarians need 30 hours and certified veterinary technicians need 16 hours of continuing education (CE) credits on a biannual basis to keep their credentials active. Hope Veterinary Specialists is committed to providing our referring veterinarians with the most up-to-date and relevant CE to enhance their everyday practice needs.
At Hope Veterinary Specialists, we provide a relaxing and fun environment for our valued referring veterinarians and their employees to help fulfill those requirements. Our lectures by our own board- certified veterinarians and distinguished guest speakers help veterinarians and technicians alike further their medical knowledge, learn about recent veterinary advances, and integrate effective practice management tools. Additionally, if you have visited one of our meetings in the past and have misplaced your CE certificate of completion, we will be happy to assist you. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Introduction to Abdominal Ultrasound for the General Practitioner
Basics of Oncology & The Technician’s Role