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Harbor.vet By Suveto introduces “graduation to ownership” program


The program aims to bridge the gap between veterinary school and practice ownership plus, pay for students accepted into the program to attend VMX 2023.

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Harbor.vet by Suveto has revealed its “graduation to ownership” (GO) program, a two-year, paid fellowship that gives recent veterinary school graduates an immersive, hands-on experience to help set them on a path toward hospital ownership. The program will be featured at the 2023 VMX new product gallery taking place from January 14-18 in Orlando, Florida.

GO is a hands-on program that is designed to help students master clinical skills while training them to run and maintain a successful practice. According to Suveto, the GO curriculum is modeled after the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges and Certified Veterinary Practice Manager courses. The program will cover a myriad of topics, including time management, well-being, leadership, financials, practice management, communication and conflict resolution, preventive care, dentistry, surgery and anesthesia, dermatology, behavior, advanced diagnostics, and emergency care. After completing their GO fellowship, participants will be presented with a spectrum of ownership opportunities tailored to their specific goals and desires.

“GO is a game changer in helping students bridge the gap between graduation and ownership; there is nothing else like it in our industry,” said Catherine Foret, DVM, Suveto vice president of communication, in an organizational release. “GO literally kick starts the next generation of veterinarians, whom we’ve never needed more than now.” 

To help students take advantage of VMX, Suveto will pay for registration, travel, and hotel costs for students who are accepted into the program and sign their letter of acceptance by December 1, 2022.


Suveto’s breakthrough Harbor.vet business fellowship program showcased at VMX 2023 new product gallery. News release. Suveto. November 10, 2022. [email]

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