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European Veterinary Review 2019

A round-up of Independent Vetcare's busiest year to date

View our 2019 report

Our 2019 Report

The annual European Veterinary Review has fast become an integral publication at IVC Evidensia, providing an opportunity to highlight the achievements the group has accomplished throughout the past year. It also delivers insights into the innovations that establish the group’s position at the forefront of veterinary care services.

“The release of this year’s review is the perfect opportunity to launch the new group name, including values that better represent us as a unified group across Europe”, says David Hillier, CEO at IVC Evidensia.

Download the PDF version here.

Our 2018 Report

This summer, we launched our very first annual report. Designed to highlight news and initiatives from each of the eight countries we operate in, the IVC 2018 report summarises and celebrates the success we have had over the last twelve months.

You will find a foreword from our CEO David Hillier on how staying true to human values and a belief in people has led to our busiest year to date. There’s an in-depth look at our five core values and how they’re embedded into the day-to-day lives of our practices. The 'IVC in Numbers' section depicts anything from practices that have joined our group to CPD statistics and popular pet names. There’s also a word on our industry-leading referral care, along with the comprehensive 'IVC in Pictures' and a 'Report in Brief', which contains choice quotes from throughout the publication.

The IVC 2018 Report celebrates the diversity of our people and our markets. Norweigian vet Silje Robertsen tells us about her time volunteering with primates and other wild animals in Asia; in Switzerland, we discuss the commercial advantages to be had by specialising in canine sports medicine. From right here in the UK, Group Veterinary Advisor Donald Kingsnorth explains the phenomenal support available at IVC for both newly qualified and experienced members of the veterinary profession.

Download the PDF version here.