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From The CriticsReviewer: Gary D. Brummet, DVM (University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine)
Description: This new book guides the prospective veterinary practice owner through all the factors that must be considered in opening a small animal hospital.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide information to the veterinarian wanting to start his or her own small animal practice. In the past there has been a scarcity of compiled information available for the new practice owner. This book has met the author's objectives in putting together a very useful resource.
Audience: This book is targeted to practicing veterinarians wanting to open their own small animal hospital. The author is a private practitioner who has recently opened a veterinary hospital. He has called on his and other veterinarians' experiences to write this book.
Features: In addition to well organized chapters, this book includes nice examples of forms that can be used in a small animal hospital.
Assessment: This is a very useful resource for the practicing veterinarian wanting to open a new small hospital. Putting under one cover the steps and decisions necessary in starting a clinic is an idea long overdue. This book could be very valuable for the prospective practice owner.