Signs, signs, everywhere signs in your veterinary practice

Signs, signs, everywhere signs in your veterinary practice

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Sep 01, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

At our hospital, we're always trying to find ways to save paper. Now we use a whiteboard in our hospital ward. We mapped out a diagram of our cages with electrical tape on the whiteboard and used permanent marker to stencil in cage numbers. We then cut out some sturdy cage cards and used the same stencil to color in the numbers that correspond with the diagram. Not only did we eliminate cage cards, we have much more room to make notes or changes as needed.

—The staff at Poland Animal Hospital
Poland, Maine

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