Dr. Aaron Johnson, DVM
Greetings, On behalf of IVMA, I’d like to start our first 2023 newsletter by wishing you a Happy New Year! Hopefully you enjoyed your holiday, had a chance to recharge a little, and stayed warm through the polar December weather. As we get ready to jump into the new year, I’d like to reflect briefly on what our volunteers accomplished during a very busy 2022, as well as take a quick look at the start of 2023. You can find a lot more detail on these topics and more in the 2022 IVMA Impact Report, however I’d like to focus on a few highlights that really stand out this year.
Noblesville, IN / February 2 – 4, 2023 / 20 hours of CE
Come Join us! Don’t miss the premier conference for Midwest veterinarians, technicians, practice managers, and veterinary students. Early bird rate, saves you $50 now until January 10, 2023. Registration available for your entire staff. Choose from a variety of 20+ tracks, small to large animal medicine and over 20+ speakers.
The IVMA mission is to promote animal well-being, public health and advances in the profession and serves as a voice for veterinarians, while advocating the highest standards and ethics. A closer look at the IVMA Impact Report 2022 will help you gain a thorough understanding of the many facets that make up the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association.
IVMA Board Members
Meet Your 2023 IVMA Candidates
IVMA would like to introduce you to our 2023 Board Member candidates. IVMA President: Dr. Greg Kurtz, IVMA President-elect: Dr. Lindsey Hedges, IVMA Past President: Dr. Aaron Johnson, IVMA Region 1 Board of Directors: Dr. Tai Ogg, IVMA At Large Board Member: Dr. Jason Huff. Interested in getting involved? Contact email@example.com to find out about various volunteer opportunities or fill out the online form. https://invma.site-ym.com/page/Getinvolvedreg