VHMA awards CVPM credential to 28 practice managers

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Twenty-eight veterinary management professions recently earned the Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) credential through the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA). The CVPM credential is recognized and respected by practice leaders and others in the veterinary industry, according to the association.

The VHMA provides training, education, and resources to more than 5000 members and serves as a trusted resource that the veterinary sector relies on for industry insights, research, and advocacy to assure performance at the highest levels. VHMA's core purpose is to advance and support veterinary practice management professionals by developing professional competence, supporting, and encouraging standards through the industry's highest-level certification program, the CVPM, and providing individuals with a network for professional connection and support.

The association's voluntary CVPM credential is recognized as a sign of professional achievement and excellence and is awarded to those who demonstrate the knowledge and experience necessary to manage the ever-changing operations of today's veterinary practices successfully. Applicants are tested rigorously on relevant management knowledge in human resources, law and ethics, marketing, organization of the practice, and finance.

The CVPM exam is offered electronically across North America to registered candidates.Before sitting for the exam, applicants meet practice management experience requirements and must demonstrate that they have earned sufficient formal education and continuing education credits.

The April 2024 class includesSara Aho, Michelle Lynn Beck, Gail Bigelow, Shantell Bogedain, Crish Bowles, Lauri Brown, Jordanne Day, Shirley Devera-Caldwell, Kathy Diesen, Amanda Marie Durden, Tina Dziewior, Mei-Ling Flesch, Sarah Jackson, and Carma Jeanette Johnson. Also, receiving the CVPM credential are Annemarie Jones, Connie Lovello, Vonnie Meraz, JoAnna Miller, Kelley Molitor, Sara Nunimaker, Jennifer Reynolds, Chartia Robinson, Rachelle Romano, Rex Salzsieder, Sarah Small, Esteban Sotomayor, Carly Taft, and Jessica Wright.


Veterinary practice managers earn prestigious CVPM designation. News release. Veterinary Hospital Managers Association. April 25, 2024. [email]

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