29 practice managers earn CVPM designation

February 23, 2021
dvm360 Staff

They join more than 700 practice managers who have already received the voluntary credential.

The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) has announced the 29 newly certified practice managers from the class of January 2021. The Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) designation is given to individuals who can “demonstrate the knowledge and experience necessary to successfully manage the ever-changing operations of today's veterinary practices,” according to an association press release.

Practice managers who wish to earn the CVPM designation must first meet practice management experience requirements and prove that they have received sufficient formal education as well as continuing education credits.

Once qualified, applicants must pass the CVPM exam, which is offered virtually to registered candidates in North America. The exam tests knowledge in human resources, ethics, marketing, law, practice organization, and finance.

Congratulations to the CVPM class of January 2021:

  • Gina M. Abarno
  • Christine Cesena
  • Julie Anne Coffey
  • Emily Bagby Daniel
  • Holly M. Daugherty
  • Susan Driever
  • Allison Ebert
  • Melissa Gilligan
  • Jamie A. Gonzalez
  • Anna Haley
  • Vicki Ann Hedrick
  • Tamara L. Kerns
  • Angel M. Martin
  • Melissa Ann Maves
  • Matthew McGlasson
  • Traci Medeiros
  • Jodie Moeding
  • Jessica Leigh Monning
  • Samantha Montalta
  • Tracey Mumby
  • Sally Price
  • Adriane Schoen
  • Tamara M. Schwarze
  • Heather Renee Stafford
  • Marian Swartz
  • Jacob Waas
  • Kolby Walker
  • Nicole M. Ward

Click here to see who else earned the designation recently. To learn more about the CVPM certification, visit the VHMA website.