The OVMA welcomes individuals working in all areas of animal care, including veterinarians; technicians; hospital staff; shelter personnel; post-graduate residents and interns; and pre-vet, veterinary, and technician students.
Whether you're a veterinarian, technician or a student, attending the Midwest Veterinary Conference will undoubtedly be a valuable learning experience! Here's why:
Delve into cutting-edge science and technologies in nearly 400 hours of educational sessions.
Hear from world-renowned expert speakers on everything from behavior and training to dentistry and exotic animal care.
Get hands-on learning in a variety of hands-on labs presented by leading industry speakers.
Meet and greet with industry professionals in the Exhibit Hall, where you'll learn about the latest up-and-coming products and services.
Network with colleagues and reconnect with old friends during special events.
Make a difference through a variety of volunteer and charitable activities.
The Midwest Veterinary Conference just isn't complete without a trip (or two) to the Exhibit Hall! You'll find the latest technology, new products, innovative ideas, and invaluable services offered by everything from small local companies to well-known nationwide organizations.
In addition to more than 150 booths, the Exhibit Hall also features:
A Wellness Center with titer testing
Fast Cash & Prizes raffle drawings
Cafe with lunch service
Career opportunities board, where you may post jobs and read about open positions
OVMA Auxiliary Silent Auction
OVMA Member Services Center
For more than 125 years, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association has served its membership and the public at large by promoting the ideals of veterinary medicine, fostering relationships among veterinarians and their communities, and increasing awareness of issues surrounding veterinary medicine.
The OVMA is a trusted source of information that reflects scientific knowledge and the collective wisdom of more than 2,400 veterinary professionals. OVMA values and recognizes the trust its members place in their professional organization, as well as the important role we serve in providing the public with accurate, balanced resources on issues of public health and animal care and well-being.