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Veterinary Instrumentation Simon-Award Press Release UK

Veterinary Instrumentation Simon-Award Press Release UK

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Published by Henry Schein
Veterinary Instrumentation, the leading supplier of instruments and orthopedic implants to veterinary surgeons in the United Kingdom, announced today that Founder and Chairman John Lapish presented the Simon Award 2013 to Geoff Skerritt, BVSc, DipECVN, FRCVS. The presentation took place yesterday, Thursday, 04 April, 2013 as part of the annual prestigious BSAVA Award ceremony at the BSAVA Congress, the largest small animal Veterinary Congress in Europe, at Birmingham ICC.
Veterinary Instrumentation, the leading supplier of instruments and orthopedic implants to veterinary surgeons in the United Kingdom, announced today that Founder and Chairman John Lapish presented the Simon Award 2013 to Geoff Skerritt, BVSc, DipECVN, FRCVS. The presentation took place yesterday, Thursday, 04 April, 2013 as part of the annual prestigious BSAVA Award ceremony at the BSAVA Congress, the largest small animal Veterinary Congress in Europe, at Birmingham ICC.

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PRESS RELEASE
Veterinary Instrumentation Ltd
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Broadfield Road
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Sheffield S8 0XL
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United Kingdom
FOR:
Veterinary Instrumentation andHenry Schein in Europe
CONTACT:
Stefanie FleigeSenior Manager International Corporate CommunicationsTel: +49 40
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65 668
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691E-mail: Stefanie.Fleige@henryschein.com
Veterinary Instrumentation presented the Simon Award 2013for outstanding contribution in the field of veterinary surgery to Geoff SkerrittSheffield, 05 April 2013
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Veterinary Instrumentation, the leading supplier of instruments andorthopedic implants to veterinary surgeons in the United Kingdom, announced today thatFounder and Chairman John Lapish presented the Simon Award 2013 to Geoff Skerritt, BVSc,DipECVN, FRCVS. The presentation took place yesterday, Thursday, 04 April, 2013 as part of the annual prestigious BSAVA Award ceremony at the BSAVA Congress, the largest smallanimal Veterinary Congress in Europe, at Birmingham ICC. The Simon Award is presented annually to a member of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA)for outstanding contributions in the field of veterinarysurgery. Simon, a Golden Retriever owned by Mr. J.Thomas, a blind telephone operator, also became blindand had his sight restored by surgery, thus enabling himto resume his full duties as a guide dog. Mr. Thomas, inappreciation of the work and surgical skill which hadmade this possible, inaugurated and made this award atthe 1962 BSAVA Annual Congress. The award took the
form of a bronze statuette engraved ‘
Deus semper tuas
manus regat’
the tran
slation from the Latin being ‘
for anoutstanding feat of surgery
’. The statuette was loaned to
the winner for the following year.In 2003, John Lapish, Founder and Chairman of Veterinary Instrumentation was awarded theSimon Award for his contributions in the field of Veterinary implants and instrumentation. In thatyear, BSAVA decided that the original Simon statuette was too fragile to be loaned out to theaward winners and would be kept permanently at BSAVA headquarters. John Lapish, on behalf of Veterinary Instrumentation offered to restore the original and to create replicas of thestatuette to be presented annually by BSAVA to the winners to keep. In addition, a further set of replicas was created and presented to past winners as a permanent recognition of their achievements.Please also visit us at BSAVA Congress: Stand 714.
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