The Group Veterinary Medical Board supports the company in regard to evidence-based care, quality assurance and medical strategies. It provides IVC Evidensia with a forum to discuss, advise and decide on clinical matters related to the group as a whole.
All countries within IVC Evidensia are represented in the Group Veterinary Board by either a Country Medical Director or a chairman of the countries’ local clinical board. The chairperson of the board assures that the Group Veterinary Medical Board’s clinical perspective is always considered and reflected in group decisions and strategy.
These topics could typically relate to areas such as guiding the group on matters of ethics or professional standards, making recommendations on laboratory quality, education, hygiene, anti-microbial resistance or professional conduct, as well as communication and marketing at group level.
The board was initially founded in the Nordics in 2012 and has grown together with the group’s European extension. The Group Veterinary Medical Board works cooperatively with the national Clinical Boards, who provide advice and guidance on clinical matters relating to their own region.
We are creating a workplace where we focus on innovation, engagement and teamwork.
Right care, right time, right team
The IVC Evidensia referral network ensures that local teams are empowered to provide exceptional veterinary care by offering all of our patients the right care at the right time, delivered by the right team.
Healthy pets and happy owners
We bring people together to make animal care better. We ensure local teams are empowered to reach their potential through continual investment in our people, our premises and the equipment needed to build the world’s best veterinary group.
Clinical work requires excellent hygiene standards
To ensure a consistently high level across our group, we are following IVC Evidensia hygiene guidelines which improve the hygiene and infection prevention work in everyday practice.
“Like humans, our pets are what they eat”
Feeding your pet a wholesome, high-quality diet is an essential aspect of preventative healthcare and increases their chance of living a longer, healthier life.