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MA Healthcare acquires the Veterinary Wound Library

MA Healthcare (MAH), a leading provider of nursing and medical education content, has announced the acquisition of the Veterinary Wound Library.

MA Healthcare acquires the Veterinary Wound Library
Georgie Hollis: “I’m looking forward to driving the VWL forward with colleagues that clearly understand our vision and share our passion.”

The Veterinary Wound Library (VWL) is an independent specialist-led platform that provides education and insight into the latest technologies available in the field of veterinary wound care.

Their recent acquisition by MAH unites the publishing group’s pre-existing veterinary and wound care portfolios, and further develops their expert coverage in human health, says MAH.

Georgie Hollis, founder of VWL, will continue to develop the brand in conjunction with MAH’s managing director, Anthony Kerr.

On the subject of the acquisition, Mr Kerr said: “This represents a very exciting time for the veterinary portfolio. I’m looking forward to working with Georgie as a part of MAH. Her energy, market knowledge and enthusiasm, combined with our publishing expertise and reach in the veterinary market, make for a perfect partnership. I’m sure VWL will continue to offer an important service along with exceptional clinical content.”

Ms Hollis elaborated further: “This is a really exciting collaboration and a great opportunity for the VWL to grow and benefit its members and their patients. My new role as an associate publisher is supported by all the resources, experience and expertise that will help me deliver excellence in our mission to provide practically focused, evidenced-based content that truly raises the bar for wound care in veterinary practice. The support from Anthony and the MAH team has been overwhelming and I’m looking forward to driving the VWL forward with colleagues that clearly understand our vision and share our passion.”


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