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What does the VCA stand for?

What does the VCA stand for?

VCA Animal Hospitals (Veterinary Centers of America), incorporated as VCA, Inc., operates more than 1000 animal hospitals in the US and Canada. The company is based in Los Angeles, and was founded in 1986.

Can I buy VCA online?

All creations accompanied by an “Add to cart” button can be purchased online. You may also complete your purchase by calling our Client Relation Center.

What is VCA payment?

Treasury and Trade Solutions. Citi® Virtual Card Accounts (VCA) can improve the overall ROI of your eProcurement investment by combining robust payment controls and enhanced spend data with the internal controls and approval workflows you’ve set up as part of your eProcurement solution.

Is antech owned by VCA?

2000: Leonard Green & Partners completes a buyout of VCA Antech, returning the company to private ownership. 2001: VCA Antech begins trading as a publicly-owned company.

Who is CEO of VCA?

Robert L. Antin (1986–)VCA / CEO

Who started VCA?

Originally called Veterinary Centers of America Inc., VCA was started in 1986 by founders who included brothers Robert and Arthur Antin. Robert Antin is VCA’s chief executive and Arthur Antin is its chief operating officer.

When did VCA go public?

1987: The company acquires its first veterinary hospital. 1991: The company completes it initial public offering of stock.

How many veterinary clinics are there in the United States?

There are approximately 28,000 to 32,000 veterinary practices currently operating in the U.S. Corporations own roughly 10 percent of general animal clinics and approximately 50 percent of referral practices, which brings total corporate-owned veterinary practices to about 20 percent of all clinics.

Is it worth buying Van Cleef?

The answer is a resounding, yes! While most Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry comes with major price tags, their history of innovation, prestige, remarkable creations and flawless gemstones make their jewelry well worth their price.