posted on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 in Swine Health Services News
Frankfort, Indiana – For over forty years, Dr. Max Rodibaugh has been practicing swine medicine in Clinton County. AMVC Swine Health Services staff and veterinarians recently celebrated the opening of their new office space and warehouse on East Wabash Street with a ribbon-cutting.
Mayor Judith Sheets attended the ribbon cutting and complimented the AMVC team on revitalizing the old bowling alley that was completely gutted and remodeled. The building had sat empty for two years before AMVC purchased it in 2018.
“On behalf of the community, it is so important to us to have this type of growth. It’s a beautiful facility, we thank you so much, and we wish you all the best,” commented Mayor Sheets.
This dual-occupying building has space to accommodate the business’ growth. There are offices, a conference room, lab, reception area, open concept work stations, and a warehouse with a walk-in cooler.
“We are so excited to have this new office space. We now have the facility to both attract new top talent and also provide our clients with the best possible array of products and services,” said Dr. Rodibaugh, who had the honor of cutting the ribbon.
The swine exclusive practice employs five veterinarians: Drs. Max Rodibaugh, Jeff Harker, Amy Woods, Dennis Villani, and Lauren Nagel. The veterinarians provide expertise and consultation services to all sizes and types of swine production systems in Indiana and across the Midwest.
AMVC Swine Health Services plans to host an open house for clients in summer 2022 with building tours.
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