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LOS ANGELES – In honor of World Veterinary Day, Airvet will focus on veterinary mental health and show support to the veterinary community by donating to Not One More Vet (NOMV) to help fight suicide and raise awareness this April.
NOMV is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to fighting suicide and transforming the status of mental wellness within the veterinary profession.
According to a recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide is on the rise in the U.S., and one of the top 10 leading causes of death. Additionally, the study found that suicide was even higher in the veterinary profession, with female veterinarians being 3.5 times more likely, and male veterinarians 2.1 times more likely to die from suicide compared to members of the general population.
“Growing up with a veterinarian for a father, I know firsthand just how thankless the job can be sometimes, but I also know that those who become veterinarians are the most selfless and altruistic humans,” said Brandon Werber, CEO of Airvet, the #1-rated telehealth software application for both veterinarians and pet parents in the U.S. and Canada. “At Airvet, we celebrate the veterinarians who we are humbled by and grateful to work with every day, as they deserve to be honored more. With the increasing number of veterinary suicides plaguing our industry, it’s even more crucial to thank your vet next time you see them and tell them how much you appreciate them. That’s why we felt compelled to support Not One More Vet this month, an organization that provides support to practitioners and veterinary students who are struggling or considering suicide. The veterinary industry needs all the support they can get from organizations like them.”
To give back, Airvet has pledged to donate $10 for each veterinary hospital or clinic that receives a demo for their software in the month of April to NOMV. Additionally, for every contract signed between Airvet and a veterinary practice during the month of April, 100 percent of the first month’s subscription fees will be contributed to NOMV.org.
World Veterinary Day is April 24, but Airvet’s offer is good throughout the entire month of April.
To help in Airvet’s donation cause and book a demo, please visit airvet.com/worldveterinaryday before April 30th.
Airvet is a 5-star rated, connected care software application in the U.S. for both veterinarians and pet parents according to nearly 5,000 reviews in the Apple App Store. Airvet provides veterinary professionals with a one-stop application to streamline their workflows, while enhancing connection and communication with clients. Additionally, it offers hospitals the ability to perform curbside check-ins, and complete easy communications like sending message and photo updates before, during and after visits. Additionally, lab results are easy to share and discuss directly with clients, along with daytime and after-hours triage options.
Airvet also features video and audio calls, text, and photo/video uploads, with the ability for practices to accept no-hassle digital payments. Hospitals have access to a desktop and tablet portal where they can collaborate in real-time with their entire team.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, Airvet is the leading veterinary telemedicine/telehealth platform in the country. With more than 4,200 veterinarians and more than 5,000 5-star reviews on the App Store, Airvet’s cloud-based technology offers a unique telemedicine and workflow efficiency platform that enables veterinarians and their teams to connect with clients via live video, audio and chat. Airvet also includes a robust built-in triage and support community of thousands of veterinarians available 24/7 to pet parents across the country. The app is available on both the App Store and Google Play.
For more information, visit www.airvet.com.
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