Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society
Description :Supporting the veterinary healthcare team to improve the delivery and quality of emergency and critical care; while upholding integrity, service, excellence, collaboration, support, wisdom & inclusiveness.
Description :Southwest Veterinary Symposium represents innovative partnerships that focus on creating an unparalleled education experience, advancing the entire veterinary profession, and fostering a spirit of reciprocal investment among our partner VMAs, attendees, and exhibitors.
Description :The AAFP Foundation advances family medicine through philanthropy, using humanitarian, educational, and scientific programming to improve health.
US Vet Shows (The American Veterinary Medical Foundation)
Description :The American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) is working to identify reputable organizations that are mobilizing to send emergency relief. Join us as we help support disaster relief in Ukraine and donate to those affected, include all the displaced animals, veterinary teams and the animals in their care.
NC Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association is dedicated to promoting integrity and excellence in veterinary medicine; providing the highest quality continuing education programs and conferences; supporting its members through public relations and marketing efforts to the public and governing officials; listening and lobbying on behalf of the interests of the entire profession; and serving as an advocate and voice for veterinary medicine in the state
Description :As new discoveries and powerful innovations alter the world of animal and human health, Viticus Group (formerly WVC) is the leading provider of world-class programming and in-depth learning opportunities for veterinary and human health professionals. Viticus Center offers state-of-the-art labs at two cutting-edge technology facilities, presenting a variety of continued education courses and providing access to specialized surgical training for both veterinarian and human health professionals. Bringing together life and medicine in Viticus, we envision a future where all medical professionals have access to year-round, hands-on training for a one-of-a-kind experience.
North American Veterinary Community
Description :The NAVC is a nonprofit organization that creates unparalleled opportunities for the veterinary community that foster lifelong learning, encourage growth and promote wellbeing to advance animal care worldwide.
Palm Beach Veterinary Society
Description :The Palm Beach Veterinary Society (PBVS) is an organization for veterinarians, who are dedicated to providing the community with animal hospitals of the highest quality of service and care for pets. The PBVS was established to promote the highest professional relationship among it’s members and the public. Programs that further the professional education of veterinarians are a part of the PBVS’s objectives, in an atmosphere of friendship and cooperation.
American Association of Equine Practitioners
Description :The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) was founded in 1954 by a group of 11 charter members who saw that together they could direct the focus of equine veterinary medicine.
American Association of Feline Practitioners
Description :The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) supports its members in improving the health and welfare of cats through high standards of practice, continuing education, and evidence-based medicine.
Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The WVMA is a community of individuals committed to advancing veterinary medicine in Wisconsin.
Texas Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) was organized in 1903 and continues to operate as a nonprofit organization under the laws of the state of Texas. The purpose of TVMA is to support veterinarians as they practice the art and science of veterinary medicine in Texas. TVMA is owned by its members who pay dues and use our products, programs and services. These member-owners currently number more than 3500 licensed veterinarians practicing throughout the state of Texas.
South Carolina Association of Veterinarians
Description :The South Carolina Association of Veterinarians connects veterinary professionals with the education and resources to improve veterinary medicine. It protects public health by enhancing the relationship between veterinarians, agriculture, pet owners, and government. The SCAV community provides continuing education and other professional development opportunities to advance the animal – human bond. Become a part of the SCAV community.
Oregon Veterinary Medical Association
Description :We are the only statewide association in Oregon devoted to you and your practice of veterinary medicine.
OHIO VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Description :For more than 125 years, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association has served its membership and the public at large by promoting the ideals of veterinary medicine, fostering relationships among veterinarians and their communities, and increasing awareness of issues surrounding veterinary medicine.
New Mexico Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The NMVMA is the "Voice of Veterinary Medicine in New Mexico". We're here to help you offer quality animal care.
Nevada Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Nevada Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) was established on January 30, 1919 to further the interests of the veterinary profession in the state of Nevada. We are a volunteer-driven organization representing the veterinary professionals of Nevada - Veterinarians, Licensed Veterinary Technicians and other individuals involved in the veterinary profession. The NVMA is the only statewide veterinary association dedicated to the promotion and protection of the veterinary profession.
Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association
Description :For the advancement and protection of the veterinary medical profession in Massachusetts by promoting the betterment of animal health and well-being, enhancing the human-animal bond, safeguarding public health, supporting legislative advocacy and providing excellence in continuing education.
Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association (LVMA) was founded in 1905 and incorporated in 1953.
The Alaska State Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Alaska State Veterinary Medical Association is an invaluable resource for Alaska veterinarians. Members gain access to ongoing education opportunities, networking events and job postings. The AKVMA also plays an active, critical role in advocacy efforts by informing members and influencing governmental representatives in the interest of its members. The AKVMA is committed to providing high quality professional and humane animal care.
Idaho Veterinary Medical Association
Description :Incorporated in 1919, the IVMA is the second oldest association in the state of Idaho. The IVMA is a progressive, professional organization known for innovative leadership, social responsibility, and a deep commitment to excellence. It is responsive, courageous, and service-oriented, with both practical and realistic views of a challenging future. Above all, the IVMA’s rich history reflects the personal values, generosity, and legacy of compassion that characterizes its members and their profession.
Delaware Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Delaware Veterinary Medical Association is a professional association for licensed veterinarians.
Chicago Veterinary Medical Association
Description :Since 1896, the CVMA has continued a proud tradition of providing its members with vital services and programs which have expanded dramatically over a century to meet the ever-changing needs of the veterinary profession and its diverse patients and clients.
Alabama Veterinary Medical Foundation
Description :To advance the art and science of veterinary medicine. To promote a cooperative spirit among veterinarians. To maintain high standards of professional qualifications through continuing educational opportunities. To increase public awareness of the importance of veterinarians in animal health and disease control. To promote and support sound legislation as it affects veterinarians. To promote and encourage responsibility with pet ownership.
Arizona Veterinary Medical Association
Description :Established in 1941, the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association (AzVMA) has over 3,000 veterinary professional members. In addition, we have over 150 Allied Industry members who are representatives of the veterinary business community. AzVMA supports the Veterinary Health Care Team of Arizona (VHCTAz), a professional membership group for all veterinary staff, which boasts a membership of over 1,300. Our robust continuing education program includes over 20 meetings per year for both veterinarians and staff, as well as an annual state conference and wellness programs. AzVMA is a resource of information for members and publishes newsletters for AzVMA, Allied Industry, VHCTAz, and Wellness. We have a legislative representative who monitors legislature and helps lead association efforts to protect your veterinary license.
Association of Avian Veterinarians
Description :The Association of Avian Veterinarians is a diverse global professional organization dedicated to advancing and promoting avian health, welfare, and conservation through education, advocacy, and science.
Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The mission of the CVMA is to promote and protect the profession of veterinary medicine in Connecticut.The more specific objectives of the CVMA are to be a leader on animal welfare issues; to provide a unified voice for the profession; to represent the profession before the legislature and other state agencies; to encourage the highest standards of the practice of veterinary medicine; and to provide programs and benefits to its members.
Georgia Veterinary Medical Association (GVMA)
Description :The GVMA exists to provide services and resources to help veterinarians cultivate healthy productive careers by progressively leading, promoting, supporting, and advocating for them. The GVMA is the voice of the profession.
Indiana Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Indiana Veterinary Medical Association promotes animal well-being, public health, and advances in the profession and serves as a voice for veterinarians ...
Maryland Veterinary Medical Association
Description :Our mission is to ethically serve as the leader and resource for the veterinary community through communication, education, representation and support for the advancement of animal and public health in Maryland
American Association of Swine Veterinarians
Description :Based in Perry, Iowa, the AASV has approximately 1300 members involved in practice, industry, and academia in more than 40 countries.
Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association is the recognized voice of veterinary medicine in Nebraska. We organize local and statewide events
American Association of Bovine Practitioners
Description :The American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) is composed of over 5,000 veterinarians and veterinary students interested in bovine (cattle) medicine. AABP was founded in 1965 as a not-for-profit 501c6 organization.
NJ Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association (NJVMA) was founded in 1884. NJVMA is the preeminent trusted authority on, and indispensable source for, education, information, and resources for the veterinary community in New Jersey. NJVMA is a voluntary membership association that leads the veterinary community by providing superior continuing education, effective legislative and regulatory advocacy, and indispensable services that enable members to care for their patients, clients, staff, and themselves.
Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association (RIVMA)
Description :In March 1962, five Rhode Island veterinarians founded the Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association (RIVMA) as a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the science and art of veterinary medicine, including its relationship to public health and agriculture.
Vermont Veterinary Medical Association
Description :Ever think about getting more involved in your state veterinary association but were not sure where to begin? Taking part in the VVMA is as easy as reaching out to any of the committee chairs, Executive Board members, or our Executive Director, Kathy Finnie. If there is an issue you feel strongly about or would like to help on a project, please let us know and we can point you in the right direction! Being involved has many rewards: aside from the satisfaction of knowing you are helping to advance our profession in Vermont, there is the sense of connectivity to your colleagues, an opportunity to form new bonds and friendships. Here’s what a few past presidents have to say about their experiences serving the VVMA:
WVVMF - West Virginia Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The mission of the Foundation is to improve the quality of life of animals and people in the state of West Virginia through student scholarship and public education. During the initial years the main goal of the Foundation was to build a financial base to work from in the future. Through the generous donations from members and the general public the Foundation has assets greater than $60,000. Unless otherwise specified the funds collected are placed in a perpetual account where only the income earned from the fund may be spent.
Washington State Veterinary Medical Association
Description :We’re a community of Washington State veterinarians. We’re the ones who understand that being a veterinarian is more than just a career choice. It’s a deep sense of compassion for the health and healing of an animal. To us, it’s knowing that we’re doing our part to ensure our patients always have an ally. Because to us, our patients are not just pets, they’re a valued member of the family. For this cause we have prepared ourselves with the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment. For this cause we are moved to do more. To us this is more than a profession, it’s who we are. Together, we are the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association.
Utah Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Utah Veterinary Medical Association was formed in 1910 with Dr. J.H. Halton serving as its first president. On December 29, 1961, then President Dr. David Urie filed the documents with the Utah Department of Commerce to incorporate the association, creating the association we know today. Since that time we have had hundreds of veterinarians volunteer within the organization to make veterinary medicine better in Utah. Our currently serving President, Dr. Jane Kelly, is no exception. In 1953 we began to recognize exceptional service to the community as well as the association with the Utah Veterinarian of the Year award. Our recipients go above and beyond serving in the community, volunteering to better the lives of animals, their owners, and the people who treat them.
United States Animal Health Association
Description :The United States Animal Health Association (USAHA), the nation's animal health forum for over a century, is a science-based, non-profit, voluntary organization. Its 1,100 members are state and federal animal health officials, national allied organizations, regional representatives, and individual members. USAHA works with state and federal governments, universities, veterinarians, livestock producers, national livestock and poultry organizations, research scientists, the extension service and several foreign countries to control livestock diseases in the United States. USAHA represents all 50 states, 4 foreign countries and 34 allied groups serving health, technical and consumer markets.
Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA)
Description :The Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) is the only statewide professional membership association dedicated exclusively to the profession of veterinary medicine and the interests of the veterinary team. Established in 1883, PVMA Membership has grown from its original 22 founding Members to 3,800+ Members. Today, we represent every member of the veterinary team. The focus of our association is professional development, advocacy, and practice vitality to ensure the continued success of our Members.
Iowa Veterinary Medical Association
Description :We are a non-profit member association serving veterinarians through advocacy, continuing education programs and resources.
Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, also known as the OVMA or OkVMA, is a professional trade organization for veterinarians. The association was formed in 1907 and incorporated in 1934.
Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges
Description :The AAVMC serves as a catalyst and convener on issues of importance to academic veterinary medicine and oversees several exciting initiatives.
American Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The American Veterinary Medical Association, founded in 1863, is a not-for-profit association representing more than 97,000 veterinarians in the US. The AVMA provides information resources, continuing education opportunities, publications, and discounts on personal and professional products, programs, and services.
New York State Veterinary Medical Society
Description :We are the veterinary association for New York State. Our members are committed to staying at the forefront of pet care. Use our search below to find a NYSVMS member veterinarian that you can trust.
New Hampshire Vet Med Association
Description :Promoting advancement of veterinary medicine thru continuing profession education programs; Promotion of responsible pet ownership and care; Monitoring, proposing, and advising on legislation pertaining to animal health and related public health matters.
Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
Description :As Missouri's statewide veterinary organization, the MVMA's mission is to serve the members, promote the veterinary medical profession, and enhance the veterinarian's ability to advance animal and human health.
Michigan Veterinary Medical Association
Description :The Michigan Veterinary Medical Association is one of the most progressive veterinary associations in the country, representing more than 2,300 members. MVMA veterinarians and veterinary staff provide compassionate, state-of-the-art professional care for animals and enhance the health and quality of life of Michigan residents.
Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA)
Description :Animal protection organization in South St. Paul, Minnesota
Kentucky Veterinary Med Association (KVMA)
Description :We are a community of individuals who are committed to advancing the cause of organized veterinary medicine in our state.
Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association (ISVMA)
Description :The Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association (ISVMA) predicts, monitors and confronts issues that affect the licenses of Illinois veterinarians. Approximately 2700 ISVMA member veterinarians, veterinary students and Certified Veterinary Technicians depend upon the representation and services provided by the ISVMA. Their participation ensures the continued strength of the veterinary profession in Illinois.
Florida Medical Veterinary Association (FVMA)
Description :Our CE programs offer the latest scientific and technological training in veterinary medicine for optimal professional development.
Arvma Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association
Description :ArVMA strives to promote animal health, public safety and the human/animal relationship by providing education for its members, enhancing public awareness of veterinary medicine and serving as an advocate in governmental matters
American Animal Hospital Association
Description :The American Animal Hospital Association is a non-profit organization for companion animal veterinary hospitals. Established in 1933, the association is the only accrediting body for small animal hospitals in the U.S. and Canada