New scholarship program promotes veterinary practice ownership

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Harbor.vet by Suveto’s 2-year program focuses on recent graduates and will provide opportunities tailored to participants.

A new Veterinary Affairs Fellowship aimed at providing new graduates with an immersive, hands-on experience was announced today at the American Veterinary Medical Association Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The program, Graduation to Ownership (GO), is a 2-year experiential learning opportunity from Harbor.vet by Suveto, a community dedicated to veterinary practice ownership.

Ten percent of a GO Participant’s paid work time is dedicated solely to personal growth and education. Additionally, they will receive an immediate level veterinary stock ownership plan, a risk-free benefit for physicians to share in the financial success of their hospitals without the liabilities of proprietary ownership, according to a press release from Suveto.

GO merges mastering clinical skills, developing a sense of ownership, strengthening personal and professional development, and navigating wellness life skills, while teaching new physicians how to manage and maintain a practice – which is not often taught in veterinary schools. New graduates will focus on developing as physicians through experience, setting goals, learning to lead and manage others, and learning ownership, all while being paid to learn this valuable information from accomplished veterinary leaders.

Catherine Foret, DVM, vice president of communications for Suveto noted in the corporate statement that she is an independent practice owner and understands the barriers new physicians face when it comes to becoming an owner. firm. “The landscape has changed dramatically since I graduated, and the barrier to entry only seems to be rising,” Foret said. “[Harbor.vet] wants to provide a way to overcome these barriers and help students bridge the gap between graduation and home ownership through GO. By providing them with a unique hands-on learning experience dedicated to developing their medical skills and business acumen, they will be able to progress more quickly to practice ownership and take charge of their future in veterinary medicine.

After completing their GO Fellowship, participants will be presented with ownership opportunities tailored to their specific goals and desires.

The program will launch in the summer of 2023. Fifty places are initially available and the early match will begin on October 1, 2022.

Reference

Harbor.Vet by Suveto, a leader in advancing veterinary practice ownership, is launching a new business scholarship program. Press release. July 30, 2022. [email]

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