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OVMA president honors Columbus veterinarians, passes gavel to successor at annual conference
Columbus veterinarian Dr. Rustin Moore has been named the 2017 Veterinarian of the Year by the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA). The award, considered the Association’s most prestigious honor, was presented by outgoing OVMA President Dr. Tod Beckett during a special awards ceremony at the annual Midwest Veterinary Conference, Feb. 22 to 25. Full Story »
Veterinary field contributes billions to Ohio economy, study finds
Veterinary medicine contributes $13 billion annually in direct and supporting services to Ohio’s economy, according to a recent economic study. The findings are from a 2017 analysis by Regionomics, LLC, which researched veterinary medicine’s impact in economic activity and employment contributions to the Buckeye State. Full Story »