Strategic Planning

Photo: Clinical Programs
Dr. Julie Meadows, center, UC-Davis Clinical Professor and class of 2009 students Laura Viloria, right, and Angela Haspel, left, examine a cat owned by client Robert Lee in the Community Practice Clinic in the Center for Companion Animal Health at the University of California School of Veterinary Medicine.

Goal 3: Provide cutting-edge clinical programs that support education, research and service Provide outstanding patient care in an efficient, compassionate and service-oriented manner.

Clinical patient care and veterinary clinical training are at the very core of the School’s mission. At the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital patient care and teaching go hand-in-hand as our team of clinicians and technical staff provides outstanding animal health services and teach our DVM students and specialty residents the most up-to-date clinical approach and techniques. The hospital also offers a spectrum of clinical trials which allows clients to contribute to the advancement of animal health while offering them additional support for their own animal companion.

3.1. Provide outstanding patient care in an efficient, compassionate and service-oriented manner..

3.2. Foster excellence in clinical teaching.

3.3. Capitalize on the large and diverse clinical caseload to support excellence in translational and clinical research.

3.4. Establish and nurture client relationships that enhance philanthropic support