Oshkosh, WI (January 15, 2007) – ImproMed, Inc. is pleased to announce Truesdell Animal Care Hospital in Madison, WI, is the recipient of ImproMed's 2006 Outstanding Veterinary Contributor Award. Annually, ImproMed selects a client who provides outstanding contributions to the veterinary community to receive this award.
ImproMed commends Dr. Tom Truesdell, DVM/Owner of Truesdell Animal Care Hospital, for his strong commitment to community involvement, and companion and wild animals.
Dr. Truesdell (Dr. Tom) has strong ties with several local businesses and has long offered discounts to service dogs, provides care to The Wisconsin Academy for Graduate Service Dogs, Inc. (WAGS) and a local dog daycare facility. Through this service, Dr. Tom has provided animals with exams, routine care and preventative medicine for those that might not otherwise receive such care.
Not only does Dr. Tom provide his medical assistance locally, he has also traveled to Mexico to work on a project protecting an endangered sea turtle population. This commitment to animals around the world has brought an understanding of how veterinarians can bring their expertise to other areas.
"As a long-standing member of the Madison community, and a dedicated practitioner of veterinary medicine, Dr. Tom Truesdell has proven his commitment to both companion and wild animals," submitted Ms. Mary Schmidt, hospital manager. "This drive to provide quality care highlights his past successes and provides the foundation for the promise of a better future."
ImproMed is proud to acknowledge Truesdell Animal Care Hospital and Dr. Tom Truesdell for all of their outstanding achievements with the 2nd Annual Outstanding Veterinary Contributor Award, and commends Falls Road Animal Hospital for a job well done.
ImproMed is an award-winning developer and provider of business and medical management software for the veterinary industry. Since its inception in 1979, ImproMed's continuing mission has been to provide veterinarians with better software and better technical support by carefully monitoring changes in the veterinary medicine field and implementing program suggestions from their clients.