Looking for a unique way to serve your state as a volunteer? Did you know the Arizona Board of Veterinary Medical examiners has four members of the general public who serve on two committees that investigate complaints made against veterinarians?
The Arizona Veterinary Medical Examining Board is looking for a public member to serve a two-year term on the Board’s morning investigative committee–a group of three licensed veterinarians and two members of the general public. The investigation committee conducts witness interviews, reviews medical records and other case materials, and makes recommendations to the Board regarding case dismissal or potential violations of the rules and laws that regulate the veterinary profession in Arizona.
The investigation committee meets once a month from roughly 9 am to noon. For more information, contact Tracy Riendeau, Staff Investigator, at (602) 542-8167–or download a Volunteer Candidate Information Form at the VMEB’s Website.