University of Bristol - Veterinary pioneers

March 26, 2009

A new veterinary clinic was launched this month at the University of Bristol. Bristol is the first university to run its clinical services through a wholly-owned subsidiary company, Langford Veterinary Services. Lynne Hill, chief executive of the new company, said: "No other UK university has put all of its facilities into a subsidiary company like this."

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