In the first of its kind, IVC Evidensia has hosted a virtual two-day event for its extensive referral teams, creating an opportunity for networking and open discussions within and across speciality areas.
With 400+ farm vets working across the UK, IVC Evidensia has a vibrant and knowledgeable farm community, yet the abundance of farm veterinary practices that make up this network, their commitment to supporting thriving careers and influencing working practices for the good of animal welfare, food production and farm veterinary staff, has so far gone under the radar - something that they are about to change.
We are delighted to welcome Padraig Egan BVM&S CertAVP(GSAS) DipECVS MRCVS to East Neuk Veterinary Clinic in Fife, Scotland.
We are pleased to announce that a further three leading referral centres in the UK have joined the IVC Evidensia referral network, strengthening our position as a leading provider of veterinary referral services.
Giulia Specchia is a Rotating Intern at Pride Veterinary Centre in Derby. She is 6 months into her internship, having covered six disciplines to date.
IVC Evidensia is delighted to announce that David Martin has been appointed to the role as Group Animal Welfare Advisor.
Today IVC Evidensia announced their latest initiative, in a joint project with MWI Animal Health, a long term strategic partner, to remove vans from the road every year by moving the majority of all their practices in Great Britain to two wholesale deliveries a week instead of daily deliveries. They anticipate this move will remove 1 million vehicle miles and reduce the group's carbon footprint by 319 tonnes of CO2e per year.
Showcasing the flexibility and opportunities that only a truly international employer can provide, veterinarian nurse Jenny Tourunen has transitioned from living and working in Finland to Germany while continuing her career within IVC Evidensia.