Show it off with a slideshow

Show it off with a slideshow

Give clients a "tour" of your veterinary practice.
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May 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

We always try to give new clients a tour of our facility, but sometimes it's difficult, depending on what cases are being treated in certain areas of the hospital. But now that we have computers in each exam room, we can run a slideshow that highlights different areas of our hospital as well as our staff, doctors, and in-house donor animals. New clients get to see the faces of the other doctors and areas of the hospital that may not have been available during their visit. The images can be updated and changed fairly easily, with seasonal decorations adding to the fun.

—Dawn Koetting, DVM, DABVP
Ridgefield Animal Hospital, Thibodaux, La.

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