In this edition of The Veterinary Project Podcast we’re sitting down with the President of Mosaic Veterinary Partners and former CEO of Moore Equine Veterinary Centre, Dr. Greg Andrews.
Dr. Greg Andrews is an equine veterinarian who has practiced in Southern Alberta for 35 years. Until recently he was the CEO of Moore Equine Veterinary Centre, the largest equine practice in Canada. He is currently the president of Mosaic Veterinary Partners, a mixed animal group of practices and chairs the Board of Directors of Inova Partners, a successful veterinary software company that services complex veterinary practices worldwide.
He has been the President of the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association and the Western Canadian Association of Equine Practitioners. Additionally he has served on the advisory boards of the University of Calgary School of Veterinary Medicine and the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon.
In our wide-ranging conversation, Dr. Andrews and us dive into:
- Greg’s start in mixed animal practice before moving to the racetrack
- Evolution into building and owning the largest Canadian Equine practice Moore with his partners
- The challenges and long hours involved in building a business
- State of veterinary medicine in 2020
- Changing roles in veterinary medicine
- Greg’s hot-take on work-life balance
- Involvement in veterinary medicine technology companies
Greg currently resides in Ta Ta creek, British Columbia with his wife Gail where he pursues outdoor activities and competition while enjoying his grandchildren and continued business pursuits.
Thank you to Dr. Andrews for joining us on the show.
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