CityVet, the Dallas-based network of 28 veterinary-owned practices, has appointed Ami Anderson as chief marketing officer of the group that has served pet owners for 23 years.
Most recently, Anderson was CMO at Mint Dentistry and she also served in leadership roles at Tenet Healthcare and Elara Caring, among others. She spent more than 20 years with General Mills, and she brings a diverse background and experience in marketing and brand expertise to her new role at CityVet.
During the recruiting process, CityVet said that Anderson had numerous conversations with members across all levels of the organization.
Ami Anderson via LinkedIn
“The more people I met, the more it felt too good to be true,” Anderson said in a statement. “So much so that I ended up showing up to a clinic unannounced to interview one of their veterinarians to try to confirm if what I was hearing was real. The DVM shared with me that this was the third place she’s practiced, and after coming to CityVet she will never leave.”
Anderson said the values and culture across all locations in how each person treats each other — while providing the highest quality care for pets and their human partners — was enough to make her join the CityVet team.
“Since our vets are owners of their clinics, they are passionate about creating a family-like community while vesting in their team member’s success and happiness,” Anderson said.
CityVet was created by Dr. Chip Cannon with the sole purpose of creating a new way for DVMs to practice their medicine, the company said. Its hybrid business model offers the perks of a private practice and only the good parts of a group practice, the company said.
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