Wellness checklist for receptionists

Wellness checklist for receptionists

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Dec 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

Even if clients at your practice get an itemized printout of the services their pet received during a wellness exam, they might not understand or remember everything that was actually done and why. Receptionists can help. Review a checklist like this with clients either before or after a pet’s appointment. Modify it as needed, depending on the services received. Everyone will benefit from a better understanding of the wellness services your veterinary practice offers!

Download the wellness checklist and give your receptionists the tools they need to succeed.

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