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Pathway Vet Alliance Adds 10 Veterinary Practice Locations


July 11, 2018

Pathway Vet Alliance, a national veterinary management group serving pets and their parents in the U.S., has continued its growth with the addition of 10 new veterinary practice partner locations during the second quarter of 2018.

Since April, Pathway has aligned with practices in California, Florida, New York, Maryland, Colorado, Washington, Massachusetts, Texas and Utah.

“We’re proud of how much we’ve accomplished in such a short time,” said Dr. Stephen Hadley, DVM and CEO of Pathway Vet Alliance. “Pathway’s success is a direct result of bringing together hundreds of passionate team members from around the world, who are all committed to creating positive change in the veterinary community.”

Since the start of 2018, Pathway has acquired 24 veterinary practices, bringing its total number of locations to more than 145.

The newly-acquired veterinary hospitals will retain their original team of veterinarians and veterinary professionals and enjoy additional support, education opportunities and resources from Pathway.

“We’re no stranger to exceptional growth and the challenges it can bring. However, we’ve been able to retain our core values and remain focused on providing support to the team members at our hospitals,” Hadley said. “By doing this, we ensure that our patients receive the best care possible.”

In 2017 Pathway grew organically and by acquisition, adding nearly 100 hospitals and over 800 team members throughout the U.S.

Pathway is currently staffing up at their headquarters in Austin, Texas, and other locations to accommodate for the current growth and more expected acquisitions throughout the year.

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