On the 21st of December an article was published in the magazine IM Veterinaria about Clínica Veterinaria Nanclares and Clínica Veterinaria Miranda, the latest additions to the UNAVETS Group. For Ana Martínez de la Pera, veterinarian-director of Clínica Nanclares and Miranda and Alberto Villanueva Jeremías, veterinarian-director, it is a relief to become part of the Group. At last they will be able to devote themselves to what really matters to them: "practising their profession". Both agree that joining UNAVETS will allow them to free themselves from administrative and management tasks and dedicate their time to what they really like.
In addition, they value very positively that being part of this group will allow them to reinforce the continuous training of the staff and the investment in equipment for the clinics. However, they recognise that it is still too early to know how this renewal of equipment will materialise. Back to management, both clinic directors are clear that this has been a fundamental aspect and one of the main reasons for integrating with UNAVETS. In addition to this important reason, there is another no less important one: the continuity over time of their project and of their colleagues. At first, both of them never thought of joining any veterinary group. The UNAVETS proposal seemed very attractive to them because of the freedom they were offered to continue working in the same way they have been doing since the beginnings of Nanclares. As they pointed out, the continuous training and the commitment to invest in the clinics were also other points that made them decide.
On the other hand, the members of the Nanclares Veterinary Clinic team are specialised in a specific area. From Anaesthesia, Dermatology, Traumatology, Rehabilitation, Exotic Animals, Surgery, Ophthalmology, Ultrasound... However, in the daily practice of the profession they all do everything and support each other in making decisions in difficult cases.
This veterinary centre serves the entire geographical area of the province of Alava and also neighbouring provinces. The clients of the Nanclares de la Oca clinic are mostly from the capital Vitoria, but also from all the small towns in the city belt and from Condado de Treviño. For its part, the clinic in Miranda de Ebro, located in the province of Burgos, "draws" from the city (with some 35,000 inhabitants), the surrounding villages and the population of La Rioja. Ana and Alberto share that clients value the Clinic's emergency service very highly. Moreover, thanks to the fact that the team encompasses so many different specialities, the number of cases referred to other hospitals can be reduced. They also add that the experience of their staff is another of their main assets.
From now on, with UNAVETS they will be able to benefit from the support that the group's specialists offer to the clinics in areas such as Marketing, Finance, IT, Operations and Purchasing, Digital, Professional Development and Training, Human Resources, Reforms, etc.