About this event
The recent past has provided us with many lessons from which we can take home thoughts and ideas and ultimately take action. From this information, we can choose to rebound (to the way things were), to rebuild (to fix what may have been damaged), or to re-imagine (to create a practice more in line with the future). The decisions that you make will ultimately determine your practice's destiny. It is time to re-imagine to meet the needs of the environment in which we conduct our business.
About our speaker
Dr Peter Weinstein attended Cornell University undergraduate and the University of Illinois to receive his DVM. After graduation, he worked as an associate for three years before opening his practice.
As he was running his practice, he identified the need for increased business acumen to make his practice successful. Thus, while managing and practicing full time, he attended University of Redlands to receive his MBA.
As a result of the MBA, he was able to relocate, expand and sell his practice to a corporate consolidator.
Politically, he served as President of the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association and the California Veterinary Medical Association and President for VetPartners, the national consultants association. He just completed three years as the Chair of the Veterinary Economic Strategy Committee of the AVMA’s Veterinary Economics Division.
In the veterinary industry, he acted as Medical Director overseeing the Claims Department for Veterinary Pet Insurance.
Dr Weinstein has provided small business and corporate consulting via his company, PAW Consulting.
After 14 years, Dr Weinstein retired from his role as the Executive Director for the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association to pursue other interests including teaching at Western University.
He was the 2018 Speaker of the Year for the Western Veterinary Conference Practice Management Section. And in 2021 for the VMX Practice Management section.
He co-authored with Michael E Gerber, “The EMyth Veterinarian- Why Most Veterinary Practices Don’t Work and What to Do About It”.
Dr Weinstein has spoken and written extensively on practice management, team building, leadership, collegiality, marketing, and other topics focused on making the veterinary profession better for all those affiliated with it.
Dr Weinstein lives in Orange County, California with his wife Sharon, two daughters (one a veterinary student at Oregon State), two dogs, and Bazinga, a Senegal parrot.
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