HISTORY OF DEPENDABILITYOUR HISTORY & PURPOSE
The Veterinary Medical Center, based in Worthington, MN, offers state-of-the-art veterinary services for both large and small animals. The goal of the Veterinary Medical Center is to ensure their clients are equipped with the preventative, diagnostic, and educational tools necessary to ensure top health for their animals.
VMC has a reputation for being an early adapter of new technologies, and the practice is dedicated to finding practical solutions to complex animal disease issues. The staff at VMC prides itself on going the extra mile to provide clients with cost-effective and accurate answers.
Large Animal Services
VMC is nationally known for excellence in swine production medicine. Recently, dairy production medicine has become an additional specialty to serve the expanding dairy industry.
VMC Large Animal wing also includes a variety of quality animal health supplies, vaccines, and animal handling equipment.
The veterinarians at VMC are licensed to provide service to swine, beef, cow/calf, dairy, dairy calf grower, sheep, poultry, and equine clients in Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Montana.
The VMC provides one-stop veterinary assistance, regardless of your needs. They can assist in:
- Herd health
- Blood profiling
- Vaccination programming
- Cost-effective solutions
- Sow center startups
- SEW nurseries
- Individual & Herd Health Protocols
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WE'RE EMBRACINGNEW TECHNOLOGY
The livestock industry changes quickly, and these changes often bring unique disease challenges. While it is impossible to predict what each new day will bring, the VMC team is dedicated to keeping producers “ahead of the curve” by utilizing cutting-edge tools for diagnostics and disease prevention. Technologies and innovative practice techniques improve the level of animal care offered by the VMC and set them apart from their counterparts.
The use of molecular biology techniques such as gene sequencing and DNA fingerprinting save valuable time in diagnosing complex problems. By genetically selecting specific virus strains, the VMC team can create Pinpoint (autogenous) vaccines specifically targeted to the issues facing an operation. They also utilize such tools as ultrasound pregnancy detection, state-of-the-art surgery equipment, diagnostic sample collection, post-mortem techniques, and digital photography to build complete case histories.
VMC veterinarians network across the country to stay current with new technology, production information, and the latest advances in animal care. Owners can rely on the VMC for animal care, product information, diagnostic evaluations, production performance, enterprise analysis, and food quality education programs. The group is actively involved with swine, dairy, and beef specialty associations.