COVID-19 Resources Available for Veterinary Practices
Practices experiencing COVID-19 exposures should contact their local public health department to report them and receive guidance. The CVMA also has COVID-19 practice recommendations which can be found at cvma.net or by clicking here.
The Central California Veterinary Medical Association began in 1962 when a small number of veterinarians gathered periodically to share ideas and promote continuing education for members. As the years passed, the association saw the opening of the first emergency clinic in the area, and continued to promote animal welfare through monthly continuing education meetings and community service projects. Today the association; a local chapter of the California Veterinary Medical Association, has over 100 members from Fresno and several other surrounding counties.become a member >
Below are updated by-laws, please read over them, as you will be voting on them at the next upcoming CE Meeting!
Bylaws Of Central California Veterinary Medical Association, A California Nonprofit Corporation
Article I Objectives:
This association, incorporated October 23, 1962 as Corporation Number C0440741, under the nonprofit laws of the State of California, shall be known as the Central California Veterinary Medical Association (its ...
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