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Guild Insurance is proud to sponsoring VetFest 2020 as a Platinum partner, and will be bringing along with us all our expertise in veterinary insurance and how we can best help you.
We’ve been trusted by the AVA, and protecting independent Australian businesses and practicing vets for over 20 years, meaning we offer insurance policies tailored for your profession.
We offer a range of services to make sure you’re well prepared and equipped, such as free tools and resources at RiskHQ, our risk management platform accessible at any time for your benefit.
Contact our veterinary insurance experts today on 1800 810 213

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Social media is an ever increasing form of communication for many people in both their personal and professional lives. It presents people with many benefits in allowing them to communicate a variety of messages to many people with great speed and efficiency. However, those benefits need to be balanced with the many risks social media presents.
Equine pre-purchase examinations (PPE) are commonly conducted by veterinarians because they are essential for people looking to purchase a horse. However, they feature heavily in the veterinary claims managed by Guild Insurance.
Veterinarians would be well aware of their requirements to obtain informed consent from their clients before any procedure takes place. However, Guild Insurance’s vast experience in managing claims made against veterinarians has highlighted that many don’t meet all their informed consent requirements.
Receiving a complaint is often an unexpected part of running any business, including a veterinary practice.
Medical record keeping is unfortunately one of those dreaded risk management topics. Guild Insurance understands that it isn’t the most interesting of topics for veterinarians to spend time thinking and talking about. However, it is incredibly important, and Guild’s claims management experience suggests veterinarians would benefit from learning more about good record keeping.
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