Expanding your business to include a clinic can start small―but plan for growth.
Many equine veterinarians do not have indoor facilities and most still do farm calls. The least we can do to make the most of a veterinarian’s time and provide for the most successful outcome is to understand the elements of a good outdoor exam area, so that his or her job can be done as efficiently and as comfortably as possible.
A building is the largest single investment for a veterinary practice.
Avoid “sticker shock” with a solid approach that utilizes realism, thorough budgeting and a competent team to help you through from start to finish.
By understanding the special HVAC needs of the various areas in your clinic, you can develop more efficient and healthier spaces for humans and horses.