Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association

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Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association

The Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association (LVMA) was founded in 1905 and incorporated in 1953. LVMA’s mission is to advance the science and art of veterinary medicine and its relationship to the public's health and biological sciences and agriculture in the state of Louisiana. It promotes the health of all species and to extend to the agricultural community and the community-at-large the benefits of sound and progressive leadership in the diagnosis and treatment of animals and promotes the goodwill among its members and to seek protection of their rights and privileges. It maintains the ethical standards which reflect the learned nature of the profession and the peculiar responsibilities of the veterinarian to the whole community of Louisiana. It Foster, maintain and enhance public understanding of the nature of the veterinary profession. LVMA do the things which are necessary and desirable to further high standards of care in the treatment of animals and continuing standards of excellence in the professional training and continuing education of doctors of veterinary medicine. The function of LVMA is to develop a program for care of animals during emergencies and natural disasters. LVMA committee serves as liaison between the LVMA and the State Agriculture Commissioner (including the State Veterinarian's office) and maintain close working relationships with state and animal health agencies. The committee concerns with food safety as it applies to foods of animal origin and public health as it relates to diseases and health issues resulting from interrelationships between man and animals. The LVMA committee make recommendations on food safety and public health policy for the LVMA; Act as an advisory body on food safety and public health for state agriculture and health officials; Counter adverse publicity concerning food of animal origin and human health problems associated with animal contact; Support the veterinary practitioners with information for clients regarding foods of animal origin and animal-associated diseases.

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