WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital is ranked highest in the nation according to a recent research survey.
The survey was conducted by CalPro who looked at 26 university vet hospitals across the country using different categories that include responsiveness, communication, and client patient experience. Purdue ranked highly in nearly every category in the survey.
Duncan Hockley, Director of Veterinary Teaching Hospital, says the staff is always looking for a way to get better for the future.
"I'm really impressed with how they review the analytics every year and how they look to implement new opportunities for improvement," said Duncan.
Hockley said Purdue has been part of the CalPro Research Survey for the last four years. The hospital showed continuous improvement over each of the years before reaching the highest achievement.
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