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When it comes to health and wellness, it's good to have options. For many small businesses, the current health landscape provides limited choices and flexibility when it comes to offering you and your employees healthcare coverage. Kansas Veterinary Medical Association is teaming up with Payne Financial Strategies, Kaw Valley Insurance and Corporate Plan Management to provide members a group medical plan benefit. Coming this fall, a KVMA Health and Wellness Plan designed with our members in mind. The plan will feature a network with more than 5,000 hospitals, over 90,000 ancillary facilities, and...

A new year will present changes for the Kansas Board of Veterinary Examiners (KBVE). Dr. Dirk Hanson, investigator and former executive director, will retire at the end of this year after serving the KBVE for twenty-four years. Hanson's service to Kansas and the practice of veterinary medicine is unmatched. The KVMA Board of Directors wishes Dr. Hanson a new journey of success and happiness in this new path of life. Dr. Hanson asked to share a message with KVMA members and friends. Please see his message below. Dear Kansas Veterinary Medical Association...

Bo Brock received his DVM in 1990 from Texas A&M, graduating magna cum laude. In 2004, he fulfilled the criteria to become a diplomate in the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, certified in equine practice. Dr. Brock is owner/operator of Brock Vet Clinic in Lamesa, TX. A 2007 Texas Equine Practitioner of the Year, Dr. Brock sees over 10,000 equine patients a year – performing hundred of arthroscopes, colics surgeries and over a thousand lameness exams. Beyond the clinic, he is a nationally-recognized speaker on equine medicine and his humorous...

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