From the President
by Christi Belew, DVM
Hello everyone and welcome to my first President’s letter! I hope you have had a great holiday season and New Year’s celebration. I felt like the time flew by.
With the KCVMA’s transition to online management for our membership and dues, many of you should have received an email about online renewal for 2015. Our goal is to achieve 100% online renewal, both to reduce paper waste and streamline the process. If you haven’t renewed yet you can visit www.kcvma.com, click on the “Membership” link and follow the instructions provided. It is very easy and ensures you receive our emails regarding CE, social events and member surveys.
Speaking of continuing education, our first event of the year is on Thursday, January 15. Dr. Lisa Miller will present “An Introduction to Laser Therapy and How to Integrate the Technology”. Dr. Miller’s lecture will be at Boulevard Brewing, and we expect to fill all the seats. Space is limited, so be sure and register today! Keep in mind – membership dues must be paid before you will be able to register for CE. More information can be found on the KCVMA website.
Going Green in 2015
By: Jen Nigro
From the installation of vehicle charging stations in store parking lots to the growing popularity of LED lightbulbs, 2015 promises to bring a continued focus on reducing carbon footprints. Making your veterinary practice more environmentally friendly may seem like a daunting task, but there are things you can do, large and small, to make a difference.
Welcome to the official website for the Kansas City Veterinary Medical Association! Our members include veterinarians and veterinary technicians in the greater KC area. We provide continuing education opportunities to help advance the knowledge and skill of our members, and promote the dissemination of information on subjects pertaining to veterinary medical activities, including social events that promote a fraternal spirit within our profession. The Board of the KCVMA develops and advocates specific legislative positions to inform members about important issues that affect our field. We respect and promote compliance of laws relative to the practice of veterinary medicine in both Missouri and Kansas. We hope you find our website useful and informative. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
Welcome to KCVMA.com
Copyright ©2006-2015 Kansas City Veterinary Medical Association