Hallmarq August Updates

NEW Hallmarq Clinical Advisory Board

Hallmarq Welcomes Dr. Goudie to the Advisory Board 

As a company exclusively focused on increasing access to advanced veterinary imaging, we are continuously seeking out best practices, and market needs to better serve the industry and the people in it.

We are in the process of growing our newly formed U.S. Small Animal Advisory Board and would like to introduce you to our first Board member Dr. Elizabeth Goudie.

Dr. Elizabeth Goudie is a specialist in anesthesiology she completed her comparative anesthesiology residency and Master’s degree at the University of Minnesota. Prior to her residency she completed a small animal internship with BluePearl Veterinary Partners in NYC. Her veterinary degree is from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine.


NEW Small Animal MRI Webinar Series

Hallmarq is pleased to announce a new webinar series in collaboration with Neurology for Vets, the Facebook site run by Drs. Laurent Garosi and Simon Platt. Our first Webinar of the series went off with a bang last week, join us again on the 2nd September to hear Dr Clare Rusbridge talk about Imaging of syringomyelia.
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When to Refer a Dog for Vet MRI Services

Given the vast differences in canine anatomy across different breeds, dogs can present with an abundance of possible health problems. To determine the best course of action for your patients, referrals for veterinary MRI services are sometimes the best option for diagnosing and treating a dog.
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Introducing: Michele Klug!

Michele joined Hallmarq as the equine account manager for the Americas in this past month. She has over 25 years of experience in the animal health industry selling and supporting technology-driven capital equipment, specializing in digital imaging and cone-beam CT. 


Hall of ReMARQables

July was a busy month for MRI with several customers achieving their own personal best scan volume numbers. They now enter into the Hall of ReMARQables for outstanding achievement and, for their efforts, have all received copious amounts of cake, cookies and chocolate from us.

In no particular order, huge congratulations to:
Virginia Tech MARION DUPONT SCOTT EQUINE MEDICAL CENTER – Virginia, USA
Equigen LLC –  Pennsylvania, USA
Troytown Greyabbey Equine Veterinary Services – County Kildare, Ireland
Hird and Partners Shelf Equine Hospital –  Halifax, UK
Malaran Hastklinik – Sigtuna, Sweden
B&W Equine Vets – Gloucs, UK
Las Vegas Veterinary Speciality Center – USA

If you’d like a place in the Hall of ReMARQables and, more importantly, to have your cake and eat it, then talk to our team about how we can help build scan volumes at your practice. As part of Q-Care, our customer support programme, we can help support your marketing efforts in raising awareness of your MRI service to referring vets and horse owners alike.


Small Animal Coil Cushion
As part of Q-care and our ongoing commitment to support you and your growing MRI practice, we are happy to provide our Small Animal customers with three new V-shaped cushions at no additional charge. These cushions are to be used inside the coils to aid in positioning your patients in the center of the coil to help increase image quality. Look out for more information about the coils in the coming weeks.


Equine sMRI 7.3 Software release
We are happy to announce the launch of v7.3 software release for our Equine sMRI customers. Updated features include one-click QA, reference line function and single-scan DICOM export. Look out for more information about the update in your emails.