Join Us For Our 4th Annual Veterinary Practice Owners & Managers Summit!

Strategic Planning for Success in 2016

In collaboration with the Delaware Valley Academy of Veterinary Medicine, Community Veterinary Partners is pleased to host the 4th Annual Member Network Practice Owners & Managers Summit.


Sunday, November 8th 2015 10am to 4pm

Seasons 52 Restaurant
160 North Gulph Road #101
King of Prussia, PA

Please mark your calendars and join us for a day of small business strategy as we tackle many of the common issues facing our practices. Open to owners, managers, and key associates, this day long workshop is dedicated to supporting the success of the independent practice titled: “Strategic Planning for Success in 2016”.

With all of the headaches associated with running a small business, it’s hard to think beyond the short term. But if we really want to remain competitive, exceed our clients’ expectations and stay ahead of the industry, it requires a business owner to dedicate time to planning the path to growth.

Key business decisions face every practice- 

– Can I afford another associate?

– What new equipment should I invest in?

– How am I going to compete with a new low-cost competitor?

– How can I make sure I can afford to expand my building?

This one-day session is dedicated to the process of practical business planning. Facilitated by the leadership from the CVP operations and business support team, attendees will work through the process of identifying and prioritizing the most important threats, opportunities, and local market dynamics to ensure their businesses thrive in the coming years.

Who’s Invited? DVM/VMD and/or managers of practices in good standing of either the PVMA or DVAVM. Because of space limitations created by our small group setting, we request that practices limit registrants to 3 members.

How Do I Register? Registration is free for members of the Delaware Valley Academy but space is limited to 60 guests for each program. To register, please email your name and contact information to Dr. Travis Meredith at 

Questions? Email Dr. Travis Meredith at

Join Us For Our 2015 Fall Meeting!

You’re Invited To Our 2015 Fall Meeting!

Overcoming Behavior Obstacles in Our Patients, Our People, and Our Practices

Please join CVP, Ceva Animal Health and The Calico Group for an entertaining and enlightening day on the impact of behavior on our day-to-day practice lives.  In what promises to be outstanding event, we’ll review and discuss the importance of the many interactions between all parties in the doctor-patient-client relationship. The day will be a unique mix of clinical, practical, and management concepts and provide attendees pragmatic ideas for tackling common problems.

In addition to a fantastic line up of speakers and topics, enjoy the day in one of the most unique venues in our area, meet some of the staff of the Elmwood Park Zoo and get a one-of-a kind view of one of the area’s most popular family attractions

Event Details:

Sunday, September 20th, 2015
9 am to 3:30 PM

Elmwood Park Zoo
Canopy Gardens Hall
1661 Harding Blvd
Norristown, PA 19401

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Please RSVP to your local Ceva Territory Manager or to Dr. Travis Meredith at

Visit Community Veterinary Partner’s Booth #4118 At NAVC 2015!

Will You Be Attending The NAVC 2015 Conference in Orlando?

Stop by booth 4118 for a FREE “Meet The Experts Series” featuring some of the nation’s leading veterinary business experts. Join us at our booth to sit down with one of five outstanding professionals in the fields of practice management, accounting, finance and business strategy. You’ll get answers to your questions, learn about new resources and more! NAVC 2015



Only One Week Remaining To Reserve a Seat For The Fall 2014 Practice Builder Workshops Hosted By Community Veterinary Partners!

Community Veterinary Partners has released the agenda for its free two-day summit in November aimed at building leadership skills for veterinary hospital owners and key staff members.

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Everyday Leadership Workshop for Associates and Managers

Saturday, November 8th 9am- 4pm

Every practice has staff members in positions of leadership. While some are natural born leaders, others struggle to find their way and earn the trust and respect of the practice team. Designed for doctors and support staff in supervisory roles, this workshop will focus on developing employees into everyday leaders. Due to space limitation we request that practices limit registrants to two staff members.



9:00 AM-   9:45 AM                Speed Chatting and Appreciative Inquiry Icebreakers

9:45 AM-   10:30 AM              Leadership (Servant, Good to Great, E.I.)

10:30 AM -10:45 AM              Break

10:45 AM- 12:00 PM              Culture and Core Values

12:00 PM- 1:00 PM                 Lunch

1:00 PM – 1:30 PM                  Accountability

1:30PM – 2:30 PM                   Situational Leadership

2:30 PM – 2:45 PM                  Break

2:45 PM – 4:00 PM                  Wrap-Ups and Wind-Ups




This year’s program theme will be “Cultivating the Future Leaders in Our Practice. Dr. Wendy Hauser will moderate parts of the day’s events as we share and debate the strategies and challenges to creating leaders within our own practices. We invite Practice Owners and Senior Managers to take place in this summit. Due to space limitation, we request that practices limit registrants to hospital owners and one guest.



SUNDAY                                  November 9, 2014

1:00 PM — 2:00 PM                 Introduction and Situational Leadership

2:00 PM – 2:30 PM                  Accountability

2:30 PM — 2: 45 PM                  Break

2:45 PM — 4:00 PM                  “Cultivating Our Leaders” Roundtable


The workshops are free for hospital owners and staff in good standing with Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association or the Delaware Valley Academy of Veterinary Medicine.

The event will be held at Seasons 52 Restaurant in King of Prussia, Pa. Space is limited for this event so please register your team members by emailing For more information, click HERE for an informational flyer.