Video: New graduates are responsible for profitability

Video: New graduates are responsible for profitability

Another side of practicing medicine.
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Jan 13, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

New veterinary school graduates are new doctors, first and foremost. But there's more than medicine in their futures. Dr. Michael Andrews points out that there's been an evolution in thought and teaching with respect to the issue of practice profitability and new associates.




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