Tiffany Consalvo, CVPM

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Tiffany Consalvo is a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM). She began her career in the veterinary profession in 2000 at a small companion animal hospital in Crawfordsville, Indiana.  Tiffany attended Purdue University where she earned her B.S. in Animal Science in 2006. Upon graduation she accepted her first practice management position at Paw Prints Animal Hospital (PPAH) in Lafayette, Indiana. Through her leadership style of coaching and mentoring others, she developed a management structure at PPAH that allowed her to remotely manage the practice after relocating to Pennsylvania.  Tiffany became the Practice Manager of Gilbertsville Veterinary Hospital in 2011 and has formed a highly successful owner-manager relationship. She excels at financial management, creating highly effective teams, and utilizing media platforms to enhance the hospital’s productivity. Tiffany enjoys challenging the team and utilizing their own skills to enhance the hospital.  

Tiffany became a member of the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) in 2006 and has held positions on the program and membership committees. She enjoys participating in the CVPM question writing sessions and has also participated as a mentor to other VHMA members through their mentor program. Tiffany is a member of American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). After relocating to Pennsylvania in 2007, Tiffany founded PA Vet Managers to start a support forum for area managers. This group is now working with the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) to form a statewide veterinary management group. Tiffany was nominated for the 2017 Practice Manager of the Year through DVM 360 and the VHMA.  Tiffany was the recipient of the 2017 Practice Manager of the Year Award through the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association.  In 2018 Tiffany became a Director on the VHMA Board.  Tiffany’s dedication to the veterinary industry and passion for management has led to features in articles by AAHA Trends and FirstLine magazines. 

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