Maryland Veterinary Medical Association

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Maryland Veterinary Medical Association


 The Maryland Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) plays a leading role in the advancement of the science and art of veterinary medicine in the Old Line State. From the mountains of Garrett County to the beaches of the Delmarva, veterinary professionals unite to further their professional and personal development.  By the late 1800s, Maryland’s livestock population was nearing one million, and there were not enough veterinarians available to treat illnesses, control diseases, research  causes  and cures, and educate the public on proper animal health care. The need to advance veterinary medicine and to form a professional alliance grew steadily and on September 28, 1885, eight veterinarians met in Baltimore to establish the Maryland State Veterinary Medical Society of Baltimore City, known today as the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association. Founded in 1886, the MVMA combines a century-old commitment to quality veterinary care with state-of-the-art processes to deliver the information you need to be effective. The main purpose of MVMA is to broaden the student’s educational experience by providing supplemental opportunities for learning about veterinary practice in Maryland with regards to laws, economics, and networking, and to help students develop professional relationships with current Maryland practitioners in order to provide opportunities for externships and future job opportunities. MVMA members include veterinarians and technicians; small animal, equine and food animal practitioners; and private, government and academic practitioners. Alexander & Cleaver (A&C) represented the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association (MVMA) for the 2016 Maryland General Assembly Legislative Session. In this session, MVMA introduced and passed SB 614/HB 1462, legislation that will make it easier for veterinarians to customize and dispense appropriate medications to quickly treat their patients. This legislation makes Maryland the tenth state in the nation that permits licensed veterinarians to administer and dispense compounded products. 

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