Twenty-seven Veterinary Practice Managers Earn Prestigious CVPM Designation

By VHMA Admin posted 12-06-2021 13:30

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Alachua, FL - The Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) is pleased to announce that 27 veterinary management professionals recently earned the Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) credential.

The VHMA’s CVPM credential, which is voluntary, is recognized as the sign of professional achievement and excellence and is awarded to those who demonstrate the knowledge and experience necessary to successfully manage the ever-changing operations of today's veterinary practices.

The class of November 2021 includes:

Amanda  Bouton
Amy  Brauns
Amber Retha Buechle
Jennifer  Butler
Cody  Cohn
Dina D. Daniell
Jennifer  Douglass
Jessica L. Face
Jaclyn Michaele Hollander
Niki Lin Holsclaw
Karen  Honchar
Katherine Elizabeth Johnson
Holly T Jones
Heather  Kelly
Angie  Koellner
Tanya  Loschko
Francesca  Meredith
Rebecca  Peppersack
Jennifer D. Potts
Heidi  Rizkalla
Ann L. Schramm
Rachael  Sprajcar
Jennifer  Stalter
Jacob  Stout
Sarah  Strickland
Selena  Willard
Jessica  Woernley

Before sitting for the CVPM exam, applicants are required to meet practice management experience requirements and demonstrate that they have earned sufficient formal education and continuing education credits. The rigorous CVPM exam tests relevant management knowledge in human resources, law, and ethics, marketing, organization of the practice, and finance. The exam is offered electronically across North America to registered candidates.

The CVPM credential is recognized and respected by practice leaders and others in the veterinary industry.

About The VHMA

The VHMA is a nationally recognized thought-leader and innovator in providing training, education, and resources to more than 4,100 members and 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 Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM), and providing individuals with a network for professional connection and support. 

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