We hope you enjoyed your time with our excellent guest speakers, packed exhibit hall, and your friends and colleagues. We would appreciate your feedback on the event. Please take our post-conference survey here. Mahalo for being a part of the HVMA!
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Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday April 27 at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Visitation: 5 pm. Services: 6 pm. Casual attire. No flowers. No monetary offerings.
Dr. Miyahara was a pioneer in the veterinary field, and established many veterinary organizations including the Hawaii Veterinary Medical Association, the University of Hawaii pre-veterinary student program, and Human-Animal Bond programs in both Hawaii and Japan. He served as Vice President of the American Veterinary Medical Association, re-vitalizing the position by directly connecting with each veterinary school campus and passing on his vision of a strong, united veterinary profession.
We are grateful for his mentorship and countless contributions to our profession both locally and internationally.
As this year’s legislative process begins, our Veterinary Technician bill is up for hearing this Wednesday, Feb 3rd. Please submit your testimony to support recognizing our vet techs by Tuesday, Feb 2nd. If you have questions about this bill, please contact Eric Ako (email@example.com).
Link to bill for info and for online testimony submission: http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HB&billnumber=1955&year=2016
The Senate version of the bill (SB2671) does not currently have a hearing scheduled but is accessible at: http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=SB&billnumber=2671&year=2016
The HVMA site has been revamped with your needs in mind! New features include information for veterinarians moving to Hawaii, resources for technicians and assistants, and expanded information for pet owners. We hope to add job announcements and classifieds in the near future.
This site is for you, and we want your feedback on what you would like to see here. Please use the form below to make suggestions. Even better, volunteer to help make your HVMA stronger:
- We need content authors to help keep our members up to date on news events, legislative updates, pet product recalls, and more.
- If you have any great photos you would like to see featured on our site, we would love to have them!