One of the highest priorities in the design of veterinary HVAC systems is to maintain an odor free, quiet environment for all publicly accessible spaces in the hospital.
Fed up with the challenges of managing a practice?
Not every veterinary practice has the available ground area or budget to add new physical space to their existing practice, or to contemplate a complete remodel. However, that doesn’t mean that they can’t make investments to improve their bottom line and support their practice goals.
Veterinary practices are prime targets for theft of expensive equipment such as computers, diagnostic equipment or other testing devices, and drug supplies—including controlled substances and drug paraphernalia such as syringes and scales. Evaluate the potential exposures at your practice and take steps to prevent theft.
Take a moment to consider your current business insurance package. Is your practice adequately prepared for the risks it is most susceptible to?
Selling a veterinary practice is a complex process that requires significant research, negotiation, and navigating intricate legal and financial details.