ONCE a veterinary practice has become established, setting up branch surgeries in the surrounding areas can be a valuable way of increasing the number of clients and the size of the business. Here, Clive Matkin draws on his experience of setting up a number of branch surgeries over the past 30 years to describe some of the benefits - and pitfalls - of this means of practice expansion.
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