For Practice Owners
The Ready, Vet, Go Veterinary Mentorship Program
Practice owners—support your new associates and attract new hires by outsourcing your mentorship process to Ready, Vet, Go.
Did you know?
Lack of effective mentorship is the number one reason 30% of new vets leave their first job within the first year.
Give Your New Grads the Guidance They Need to Thrive in Your Practice
Outsourcing your mentorship program is the best way to ensure you and your new hires enjoy success. Ready, Vet, Go’s flexible learning system and practical coaching give new grads the confidence and knowledge they need to become capable, productive, and valuable contributors to your practice.
How Ready, Vet, Go Benefits Veterinary Practice Owners
Ready, Vet, Go is a six-month remote program designed to provide a flexible learning experience. Membership includes access to six learning modules, mentor-led virtual coaching sessions, a private online community, and helpful tools that let them apply their learning right away and develop healthy habits for long-term success.
Get Your New Grads Up to Speed Faster
Help them bypass common roadblocks.
Get Back to Running the Business
Stay focused on the practice without feeling guilty or worried about your new hire.
Enjoy Increased Productivity
Be able to trust your new grads with more responsibility.
See Improved Retention
Empowered and productive associates experience greater job satisfaction.
Attract New Hires
Include Ready, Vet, Go mentorship in your benefits package.
What Practice Owners and Administrators are Saying About Ready, Vet, Go Veterinary Mentorship
Elizabeth DeMarinis, Hospital Administrator
Dr. Rabwin’s mentorship has been invaluable to our practice. [It] allowed our new associate to have her questions answered and get up to speed quickly. With Dr. Rabwin’s mentorship, our new graduate associate surpassed our expectations for production within the first year
Arnold Gutlaizer, DVM, Practice Owner
Dr. Rabwin is always the ‘go-to vet’ when new hires have any questions. Because the other associates often find new grads’ needs time-consuming, having a ‘point mentor’ keeps everyone happy and brings new associates up to speed quickly
Marie S., DVM, Clinical Director
Dani does a fabulous job of breaking down different aspects of the veterinary professional challenges to keep them manageable for new grads. She provides practical, straightforward tips to make things like client communication, time management, and staff interactions easier and less intimidating. [T]here’s lots of great information in here that any new grad could use.
New Associates Need Support and Guidance to Reach Their Full Potential
Invest in their future with Ready, Vet, Go Veterinary Mentorship. Get in touch to learn more about the Ready, Vet, Go program.