ALACHUA, Fla., May 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) is pleased toannounce its newest group of members who have earned the Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) designation.
CVPM certification is achieved by those who demonstrate the knowledge and experience necessary to successfully manage the ever-changing
VHMA's members who have recently earned their CVPM credential are as follows:
Nancy L. Brown (Fryeburg, ME)
Andrea Crabtree BS (Orange, CA)
Mickey Owen Fenno (Bowie, MD)
Nicole Jennifer Frost, CVT (Prescott Valley, AZ)
Robert D. Gribble, DVM (Hallsville, TX)
Stacey Colleen Hayner (Seekonk, MA)
Patricia Hunt, CVT (Miami, FL)
Patti McCarragher (Mississauga, ON)
Margaret Morozov (Augusta, NJ)
John Edward Schaible, VMD (Bethlehem, PA)
Julie Stewart CVT, PHR (Winter Haven, FL)
Melissa Rochelle Tompkins-Rupert BS, CVPM (Orange, CA)
About the CVPM
The CVPM program is a three-part process based on veterinary practice management experience, achievements and knowledge. The written examination tests relevant management knowledge in human resources, law and ethics, marketing, organization of the practice and finance. Among veterinary practice leaders, the CVPM designation is recognized to represents the highest level of credential.
About the VHMA
The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association, Inc. (VHMA) is an international professional association, created in 1981, to support individuals in veterinary practice management. Its guiding principles include the pursuit of excellence in practice management, opening channels of communication and networking among practices.
For more information about the CVPM program, visit the VHMA website at www.vhma.org.
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SOURCE Veterinary Hospital Managers Association
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