Partner
Clinic
Program

A diverse group of individuals and veterinary practices who help identify emerging issues, challenges, and opportunities in our state.

Registration for the 2021 / 2022 Partner Clinic Program is currently full.

It’s impossible to advance veterinary medicine if we can’t identify the real issues. That’s why we created the Partner Clinic Program. With the help of veterinary professionals like you, we can identify current and future key indicators that will drive veterinary medicine in Indiana.

Topics We’ll Explore

Topic areas will be identified by the IVMA Board of Directors or by partner members.

Veterinary Wellness

Testimonials/Sharing Panels

Recruitment/Retention of Staff

Staffing/Efficiencies in Practice

Technologies in Veterinary Medicine

and many, many more…

Program Benefits

Being on the frontlines of change has it’s perks! Here are just a few of the benefits you’ll receive for being a part of the program.

$75 Visa Gift Card for Each Survey Response (1 per quarter)

Inside Access to Data Compilation 
and Survey Results

Help Advance Veterinary Medicine in the State of Indiana

Half Price Registration at 2022 Crossroads Veterinary Conference

Diversity of Practices

The program will represent approximately 5% of all members’ veterinary practices. In 2021, this would entail 30 veterinary practices/veterinary segments.

Companion Animal

Twenty (20) seats in the program will be allocated to companion animal practices with the diversity of practice by geographic location in Indiana, practice ownership, and communities served. Companion Animal Practice Companion Animal, as defined by the AVMA’s U.S. Veterinarians 2020 Report, is defined by categories of companion animal predominant (at least 50% of the contact) and companion animal exclusive (at least 90% of the contact).

Non-Companion Animal Veterinary Practices

Ten (10) seats in the program will be allocated to Non-Companion Animal practices. Non-companion Animal is representative of all other veterinary employment as defined in AVMA’s U.S. Veterinarians 2020 Report.

Food/Mixed Animal
Veterinary Practices (5)
Equine (3)

Government (1)
Industry (1)

Become a Partner Clinic

The time commitment would be roughly 1 hour per quarter for a total of a 4-hour commitment. Participation in the program is a 12-month commitment.

Registration is Full!

Participating veterinary practices must have at least one active IVMA Professional Member veterinarian on their team. The IVMA Member does not have to be the point of contact person.

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