Our cultural diversity is something we are very proud of and something we will continue to build on beyond Brexit. It helps to make our teams stronger and with a depth of knowledge that is second to none.
IVC Evidensia is delighted to announce the launch of a Research Fund which is available to all of their staff.
Having a four-legged family member is truly amazing with the endless joy they bring, however animals are living beings who need love, care and attention, which requires a commitment both temporally and financially for many years.
IVC Evidensia has just announced the appointment of Jan Lievaart as Group Head of Farm Animal and Equine for IVC Evidensia.
Bonnie the Cocker Spaniel has reunited with her family after she was stolen from their Durham home in May 2014 – six and a half years ago!
The link between violence to humans and animals is well-documented and with domestic violence seeing significant increases this year, IVC Evidensia’s Clinical Board have stepped up to support their staff, their clients, and the animals under their care.
In February 2021, Sørlandet's first animal hospital will open. IVC Evidensia, Europe's largest veterinary chain, is investing further in the Kristiansand region, offering treatments with hospitalisation options at the new state-of-the-art animal hospital.
Organised every autumn by the Swedish Veterinary Association, Sweden's leading industry event went virtual for 2020.
On 1 November, Evidensia Oslo Animal Hospital is opening Norway’s largest ophthalmology department. This will be the country’s largest community of experts in eye health for small animals. The hospital has been established since 1986 and became part of Evidensia in 2012.