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What you need to know for your practice: Part 1: Infectious Disease, Part 2: Diagnostic Testing.
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4/25/2018
When: Wednesday, April 25, 2018
6:30 PM
Where: Bellingham Tech College, Building G, room 103
Bellingham, Washington 
United States
Contact: Lisa Dzyban
360-752-8577

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To: DVMs :  Large Animal & Small Animal

Tri-County Veterinary Medical Association CE Announcement!!!                                                                                                                                       

What:

What you need to know for your practice: Part 1: Infectious Disease,

Part 2: Diagnostic Testing.

Both Large Animal and Small Animal    (2 hr CE approved)

Who: Sandy Willis, DVM, DACVIM

When: Wednesday, April 25th (Food available at 6:30p, Lecture 7-9p) (two one-hour sessions)

Where: Bellingham Tech College, Building G, room 103

Nutritional Supplements: Hot Buffet : Taco Bar

 

RSVP: Lisa Dzyban at ldzyban@btc.edu  or call 360-752-8577 by April 17

Costs: Free for current DVM members of the TCVMA. Current year dues of $50 were due Jan 1, 2018 (one guest LVT in attendance with a TCVMA member is welcome)

All DVMs are welcome to pay dues at the door.

                                                                                                                                            

Bio: Sandy Willis, DVM, MVSc

Dr. Sandy Willis, is a small animal internist, consults on interpretation of blood work, diagnostic testing and treatment of disease for Phoenix Central Laboratory. She loves her role as the Phoenix Answer lady. No question is too bizarre. She also facilitates Phoenix’ continuing education program consisting of wetlabs and seminars on diagnostic testing, communications and internal medicine and creates many of the technical pieces.

Dr. Willis is originally from Los Angeles but loves the Pacific Northwest. She commutes from NE Tacoma and sees most of the Puget Sound on a daily basis.  She is a graduate of UC Davis. Dr. Willis was named the WSVMA Veterinarian of the Year in 2015. She currently serves in the AVMA House of Delegates.

Dr. Willis serves as staff for kittens Fiona and McTavish, and young at heart kitties Giselle and Lily. Dr. Willis hobbies are hiking and cycling, traveling, wine appreciation, the arts and weed pulling.

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