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University College Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine chooses Provet Cloud

University College Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine chooses Provet Cloud

UCD to implement the cloud-based software for all teachers and students in its globally recognized veterinary programme

London, England, and Dublin, Ireland, 5 May 2023: Provet Cloud, the leading cloud-based practice management solution from Nordhealth, has announced that the University College Dublin (UCD) School of Veterinary Medicine has selected Provet Cloud’s software for its program’s teaching hospital.

The only veterinary teaching hospital in Ireland and one of seven AVMA-accredited veterinary schools in Europe, UCD School of Veterinary Medicine is now the eleventh university in the world to adopt Provet Cloud, a key component in students’ preparation for the modern, technology-forward veterinary practice.

“UCD is critically important to the present and future of veterinary medicine in Ireland,” said Scott Goodsir-Smyth, Provet Cloud VP of Growth. “By adopting Provet Cloud, UCD will enable significant process enhancements, improve workflows, and create better visibility of the patient record across all departments of the veterinary school. We are proud to partner with UCD and to help prepare the next generation of veterinarians for success as they launch their careers.”

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring Provet Cloud to UCD,” said Julie Guerin, Finance Manager at UCD. “I believe a cloud-based system will transform how our teaching veterinarians, students, and staff work every day. Features such as lab and imaging integration, remote accessibility, simplified reports, expanded client payment options – just to name a few – have the potential to vastly improve work-life balance in our hospital.”

Provet Cloud will be used by 150 members of the UCD faculty and staff, and the software will give UCD’s 300 students, including interns and residents, exposure to the kind of progressive practice management system they should expect to encounter – and have proficiency in – when they graduate and enter the field. “Making routine tasks easier will give our teaching veterinarians more time with their students, and students will learn how a practice is properly run,” added Guerin.

To learn more about how Provet Cloud and Nordhealth can positively impact veterinary care, visit nordhealth.com.

About Provet Cloud

Provet Cloud is a purpose-built veterinary Practice Management System designed to streamline and simplify the day-to-day running of veterinary practices, hospitals, and universities. Easy to use, configurable, and cloud-based, it saves time so vets can focus on what matters most – delivering exceptional care, improving customer service, and growing their business. Learn more at provet.cloud.

About Nordhealth

Nordhealth is on a mission to redefine healthcare with innovative, simplified software products embraced by thousands of healthcare professionals and millions of patients around the world. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Nordhealth's leading veterinary practice management solution, Provet Cloud, combines smart design, custom integrations, and best-in-class customer support to help veterinarians save time, improve the client experience, and deliver exceptional care.

About University College Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine

The UCD School of Veterinary Medicine is the only school of Veterinary Medicine on the island of Ireland. Accredited by the European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education (EAEVE), the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and the Veterinary Council of Ireland (VCI), the School’s MVB degree programme is one of only seven in Europe fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

Its track record in education is second to none, and its excellence in teaching and learning, clinical and research work is internationally recognised. The work of the School is underpinned by a strong vision and mission; its ‘One Health, One Welfare’ strategy focuses on maintaining a flourishing Veterinary School, positively impacting animal and human health, animal welfare, and the environment.

Veterinary Science at UCD has consistently ranked in the top 40 since the QS World University Rankings by Subject introduced Veterinary Science to the rankings in 2015, achieving its highest ranking of 23rd in the world in 2021. In 2019, the School received an Athena SWAN bronze award for its commitment to gender equality.

The UCD Veterinary Hospital is a unique environment, providing a primary and referral service to the public and veterinary profession. The Hospital is equipped with cutting-edge, modern technology and services, allowing our team of internationally recognised experts to provide the best care possible to our patients whilst training the next generation of vets and vet nurses.


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