||Alabama Veterinary Professionals Wellness Committee
* Ala. Code 1975 § 34-29-111
|All information, interviews, reports, statements, memoranda, or other documents furnished to or produced by the Alabama Veterinary Professionals Wellness Committee and any findings, conclusions, recommendations or reports resulting from the investigations, interventions, treatment, or rehabilitation, or other proceedings of such committee are declared to be privileged and confidential.
Alabama Veterinary Professionals Wellness Program
Confidential Phone: 205-317-9744
2148 Greensprings Hwy.
Birmingham, AL 35205
Email: alvetwellnessgmail [dot] com
Alabama Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 803
Fayetteville, TN 37334
AVMA Delegate for the Alaska State Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 1231
Bismarck, ND 58502
Email: infoakvma [dot] org
The Board of Veterinary Medicine may establish a plan for the treatment and rehabilitation of licensees or certificate holders who are impaired by alcohol or drug abuse.
*A.R.S. § 32-2209
The Board may contract with other private organizations to implement this plan
Participants in the plan are either confidential or known:
- Confidential participants are self-referred and may remain unidentified to the Board, subject to maintaining compliance with their non-disciplinary and confidential contract with the plan administrator;
- Known participants are under Board discipline order to complete a minimum plan tenure.
|Arizona Veterinary Medical Association
100 W. Coolidge St., Phoenix, AZ 85013
Email: officeazvma [dot] org
||Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association
PO Box 17687
Little Rock, AR 72222
Email: infoarkvetmed [dot] org
2845 Prince St
Conway, AR 72034
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Diversion Program for Veterinarians and Registered Veterinary Technicians
*16 CCR § 2075
*16 CCR § 2082
All Board, Diversion Committee and Program records relating to a veterinarian's or registered veterinary technician's application to the program shall be kept confidential...
including all information provided by the applicant, or by an examining physician, to the program manager, a medical consultant, members of a diversion committee, or other employees of the Board in connection with the program.
|California Veterinary Medical Association Wellness Program
1400 River Park Drive
Sacramento, CA 95815
Email: staffcvma [dot] net
Veterinary Medical Board's Confidential Diversion Program
Veterinarian Peer Health Assistance Program
* C.R.S.A. § 12-64-124
* C.R.S.A. § 12-64-126
|If the Board of Veterinary Medicine determines that a licensed veterinarian who submitted to an examination…is able to render limited services with reasonable skill and safety to patients and clients, the Board may enter into a confidential agreement with the licensed veterinarian in which the licensed veterinarian agrees to limit his or her practice based on the restrictions imposed by the illness, condition, or disorder.
Colorado Veterinary Medical Association - Concerned Colorado Veterinarians
191 Yuma St., Denver, CO 80233
Email: infocolovma [dot] org
Peer Health Assistance Program
2170 South Parker Road, Suite 229
Denver, CO 80231
200 Grand Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Client Services Manager:
Ph: 303-369-0039 ext. 230
Email: kgarciapeerassist [dot] org
Ph: 303-369-0039 ext. 206
Email: ckestersonpeerassist [dot] org
Dr. William (Bill) Fredregill
Veterinary Medical Clinic
211 El Camino St.
Sterling, CO 80751
Email: billfredvetmedclinic [dot] com
||Health Assistance Intervention Network (HAVEN)
*Connecticut General Statute Sec. 19a-12a
|The program shall be an alternative, voluntary, and confidential opportunity for the rehabilitation of health care professionals and persons who have applied to become health care professionals.
All information given or received in connection with any intervention, rehabilitation, referral assistance or support services provided by the assistance program pursuant to this section, including the identity of any health care professional seeking or receiving such intervention, rehabilitation, referral assistance or support services shall be confidential and shall not be disclosed.
|Health Assistance Intervention Network (HAVEN)
1210 Mill Street
East Berlin, CT 06023
Maureen Sullivan Dinnan, J.D., Executive Director
Email: mdinnanhaven-ct [dot] org
Confidential Fax: 860-828-3192
Connecticut Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 107
Glastonbury, CT 06033
Email: infoctvet [dot] org
Voluntary Treatment Option
*24 Del. Admin. Code 3300-11.0
Entry of the regulated professional into a treatment program approved by the participating Board.
The regulated professional's records of participation in the Voluntary Treatment Option will not reflect disciplinary action and shall not be considered public records open to public inspection.
|Delaware Professionals' Health Monitoring Program
1220 SW Morrison St
Portland, OR 97205
Email: RbhMonitoringReliantBH [dot] com
Delaware Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 9997
Newark, DE 19714
Email: infodevma [dot] org
|District of Columbia
Voluntary limitation or surrender of license by impaired health professional
* DC ST § 3-1205.18
As a condition for accepting the voluntary limitation of practice, the Board of Veterinary Medicine may require the licensee, registrant, or person certified to do 1 or more of the following:
All records, communications, and proceedings of the Board related to the voluntary limitation or surrender of a license, registration, or certification under this section shall be confidential.
- Accept care, counseling, or treatment by physicians or other health professionals acceptable to the Board;
- Participate in a program of education prescribed by the Board; and
- Practice under the direction of a health professional acceptable to the Board for a specified period of time.
9855 Lomax Road
Faulkner, MD 20632
Email: %20infodcvma [dot] org
Impaired Practitioner Program
* West's F.S.A. § 474.221
* West's F.S.A. § 456.076
Veterinarians licensed shall be governed by the impaired practitioner program as if they were under the jurisdiction of the Division of Medical Quality Assurance, except that for veterinarians the Department of Business and Professional Regulation shall, at its option, exercise any of the powers granted to the Department of Health by that section, and “board” shall mean board as defined in this chapter.
All information obtained by the consultant pursuant to this section is confidential and exempt from s. 119.07(1) and s. 24(a), Art. I of the State Constitution.
|Florida Veterinary Medical Association
7207 Monetary Drive
Orlando, FL 32809
Email: infofvma [dot] org
Dr. Steve Woodby
Calusa Crossings Animal Hospital
12801 SW 134th Ave.
Miami, FL 33186
Georgia Veterinary Medical Association has a Wellness Committee with the following objectives and duties:
* Article X, Section 2
- To identify and verify veterinarians, family members, or staff members who are impaired by reason of their addiction to or abuse of drugs including alcohol;
- To persuade impaired veterinarians, family members, or staff members to seek treatment voluntarily;
- To assist veterinarians, family members, or staff members through positive peer support to resume useful personal and professional productivity;
- Assist with finding relief veterinarians as needed;
- Undergo intervention training and assist professional interveners; and
- Monitor progress of treatment as agreed upon in the contract with the individual.
||GVMA Wellbeing & Resilience Committee Chair: Laura Smallwood, DVM, ACVIM
St. Francis Veterinary Specialists
625 Dekalb Industrial Way, Ste. 500
Decatur, GA 30033
Work: (404) 924-2000
Fax: (404) 974-2006
Email: laurajean335gmail [dot] com
2200 Century Parkway,
Atlanta, GA 30345
Email: gvmagvma [dot] net
Hawaii Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 61309
Honolulu, HI 96839
Email: contacthawaiivetmed [dot] org
Dr. Douglas Chang
4224 Waialae Ave.
Honolulu, HI 96816
Email: infoalohaanimal [dot] com
Dr. Eric Ako
4400-6 Kalanianaole Hwy.
Honolulu, HI 96821
Email: akoe002hawaii [dot] rr [dot] com
Idaho Veterinary Medical Association Wellness Committee
P.O. Box 241
Timnath, CO 80547
Email: infoivma [dot] org
Dr. Jeff Heins
200 S. Hwy. 24
Rupert, ID 83350
Email: jbracpmt [dot] org
Dr. John Hoch
421 22nd Street, N.
Lewiston, ID 83501
Impaired Veterinarian Program of Care, Counseling or Treatment
* 68 Ill. Adm. Code 1500.51
|The contents of any report shall be strictly confidential and shall be exempt from public disclosure.
||Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association
1121 Chatham Road,
Springfield, IL 62704
Email: infoisvma [dot] org
Rehabilitation of an Impaired Veterinary Health Care Provider
The Board of Veterinary Medicine may enter into agreements, provide grants, and make other arrangements with statewide nonprofit professional entities specifically devoted to the rehabilitation of impaired health care professionals to identify and assist impaired veterinary health care providers.
* IC 25-38.1-5-1
* IC 25-38.1-5-2
are privileged and confidential.
- Information furnished to a nonprofit professional association, foundation, or other entity devoted to the rehabilitation of impaired health care professionals; and
- Findings, conclusions, or recommendations that result from a proceeding of the professional association, foundation, or other entity devoted to the rehabilitation of impaired health care professionals;
|Indiana Veterinary Medical Association Well-Being Program
Email: veterinarywellbeinginvma [dot] org
Indiana Veterinary Medicial Association
1202 E. 38th Street, Suite 200
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Email: infoinvma [dot] org
There is nothing specific in the Iowa Veterinary Practice Act regarding wellness.
* I.C.A. § 169.13
However, the Board of Veterinary Medicine can have a licensee submit to a physical or mental examination by designated physician.
|The medical testimony or examination reports shall not be used against a veterinarian in another proceeding and are confidential except for other actions filed against a veterinarian to revoke or suspend that person's license.
Iowa Veterinary Medical Association
1605 North Ankeny Blvd
Ankeny, IA 50023
Email: ivmaiowavma [dot] org
Dr. Bruce Ennen
Edgewood Animal Hospital
3434 Midway Dr. NW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52405
Email: ennen94gmail [dot] com
Impaired Veterinarian Committee
* K.S.A. 47-848
* K.S.A. 47-849
The reports and records made ...shall be confidential and privileged, including:
Reports made pursuant to this act to or by any committee or any consultant.
- Reports and records of executive or review committees of a professional society or organization;
- Reports and records of the Board or impaired veterinarian committee of a professional society or organization; and
Kansas Veterinary Medical Association
715 Washington Street
Lyndon, KS 66451
Email: infoksvma [dot] org
Veterinary Wellness Committee
* KRS § 321.237
|Other provisions of law notwithstanding, all Board and committee records pertaining to the veterinary wellness program shall be kept confidential.
||Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association
108 Consumer Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601
Email: infokvma [dot] org
Dr. Sam Vaughn
203 Moser Rd.
Louisville, KY 40223
Email: aviansamgmail [dot] com
Brian Fingerson, PharmD
Email: kyprnatt [dot] net
Peer Assistance Program for Impaired Veterinarians
* La. Admin Code. tit. 46, pt. LXXXV, § 901
* La. Admin Code. tit. 46, pt. LXXXV, § 905
Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association
8550 United Plaza Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
Email: officelvma [dot] org
Maine Medical Professionals Health Program.
Information shared with the program concerning a healthcare professional seeking or receiving assistance is confidential.
As the MPHP program is operated in an ethical manner, confidentiality is limited only by overreaching responsibility for public safety -issues that could foreseeably result in patient harm must be reported under protocols negotiated with the licensing boards.
Maine Medical Professionals Health Program
20 Pelton Hill Road
Manchester, ME 04351
Email: mphpmainemed [dot] com
Maine Veterinary Medical Association
97A Exchange Street
Email: infomainevetmed [dot] org
Dr. Burleigh Loveitt
Rte. 35 & Rte. 202
Hollis Center, ME 04401
There is nothing specific in the Maryland Veterinary Practice Act regarding wellness.
However, the Board of Veterinary Medicine can have a licensee submit to a physical or mental examination by designated physician.
* MD Code, Agriculture, § 2-307.1
|The report or testimony of an examining physician or other person designated by the Board is confidential except as to contested case proceedings as defined by the Administrative Procedure Act.
Maryland HealthCare Professionals Program
1202 Maryland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
To make a referral: Michael Llufrio
Email: mllufriomedchi [dot] org
Maryland Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 5407
Annapolis, MD 21403
Email: infomdvma [dot] org
An impaired licensee may self-refer to a Board-approved supervised drug or alcohol counseling and testing program unless there is a complaint pending with the Board regarding that licensee.
Following the filing of a complaint, as an alternative to discipline, the Board may, by means of a consent agreement, refer an impaired licensee to a supervised drug or alcohol counseling and testing program.
* 256 CMR 6.04
||Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association
Mental Health Resources
163 Lakeside Ave.
Marlborough, MA 01752
Email: adminmassvet [dot] org
Health Professional Recovery Committee
* M.C.L.A. 333.16167
* M.C.L.A. 333.16170a
The identity of a health professional who participates in the health professional recovery program is confidential and is not subject to disclosure under discovery or subpoena or the freedom of information act... unless the health professional fails to satisfactorily participate in and complete a treatment plan prescribed under the health professional recovery program.
If a health professional successfully participates in and completes a treatment plan...the department shall destroy all records pertaining to the impairment of the health professional, including records pertaining to the health professional's participation in the treatment plan, upon the expiration of 5 years after the date of the committee's determination.
|Health Professional Recovery Program
P.O. Box 842
Troy, MI 48099
Email: hprphprp [dot] org
Michigan Veterinary Medical Association
2144 Commons Pkwy.
Okemos, MI 48864
Email: mvmamichvma [dot] org
Health Professionals Services Program (HSAP)
Non-Regulatory Wellness and Peer Assistance Committee
* M.S.A. § 156.125
|HSAP is confidential and non-disciplinary.
Minnesota Health Professionals Services Program (HSAP)
Minnesota Veterinary Medicial Association
1380 Energy Lane, Ste. 202
St. Paul, MN 55108
101 Bridgepoint Way
South St. Paul, MN 55075
Email: infomvma [dot] org
Impaired Veterinarians Program
* Miss. Code Ann. § 73-39-79
|According to the State Board, if a veterinarian self-admits to the program set forth through the Board, he or she may remain anonymous to the Board as long as the person complies with the stipulations set forth by the program.
Mississippi Veterinary Medical Association
PO Box 395
Clinton, MS, 39060
E-mail: msvetmedgmail [dot] com
Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
2500 Country Club Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
E-mail: mvmamovma [dot] org
rantweilermovma [dot] org
||Montana Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 6322
Helena, MT 59604
Email: infomtvma [dot] org
Dr. Jim Curtis
P.O. Box 1604
Malta, MT 59538
Email: docurtismtintouch [dot] net
Licensee Assistance Program
* Neb. Rev. St. § 38-175
|Participation in the program shall be confidential, except that if any evaluation by the program determines that the abuse, dependence, or active addiction may be of a nature which constitutes a danger to the public health and safety by the person's continued practice or if the person fails to comply with any term or condition of a treatment plan, the program shall report the same to the director.
||Nebraska Licensee Assistance Program
Center Pointe Professional Plaza
9239 W. Center Road
Omaha, NE 68124
Email: lapnebestcareeap [dot] org
Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association
Dina Michel, Executive Director
P.O. Box 637
Hastings, NE 68902
Email: DMichelnvma [dot] org
The Board of Veterinary Medicine may order that person to undergo a mental or physical examination or an examination testing his or her competence to practice veterinary medicine if it has reason to believe that the conduct of any veterinarian or veterinary technician has raised a reasonable question as to his or her competence to practice veterinary medicine or to act as a veterinary technician.
This examination must be conducted by physicians or other persons designated by the Board
The Nevada Veterinary Medical Association has an Impairment Committee.
* N.R.S. 638.142
|The testimony or reports of the examining physicians or other persons designated by the Board are privileged communication, except as to proceedings conducted pursuant to this chapter.
Nevada Veterinary Medical Association: Impairment Committee
P.O. Box 34420
Reno, NV 89533
Email: nevadavmasbcglobal [dot] net
Dr. Randy Sharp, Senior Staff Veterinarian Charles River Laboratories
6995 Longley Lane
Reno, NV 89511
Email: randy [dot] sharpcrl [dot] com
Non-regulatory Impairment (Wellness Committee)
* Article V, Section 8
New Hampshire Professionals Health Program
Dr. Sally Garhart, Medical Director
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 6274
Office Address: 109 Ponemah Road
Unit E 4
Amherst, NH 03031
Email: sgarhartnhphp [dot] org
Wellness Committee, New Hampshire Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. George Messenger, Chair
15 Sanborn Rd.
Concord, NH 03301
Email: fishervetaol [dot] com
New Hampshire VMA
PO Box 4017
Concord, NH 03302
Email: nhvmacomcast [dot] net
Professional Assistance Program of NJ
742 Alexander Road
Princeton, NJ 08540
Email: steve [dot] giacolonapapnj [dot] org
New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association
390 Amwell Road
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Email: infonjvma [dot] org
* N. M. S. A. 1978, § 61-14-5.1
|Be a confidential source of treatment or referral for veterinarians who, on a voluntary basis and without the knowledge of the Board, desire to avail themselves of treatment for emotionally based or chemical-dependence impairments.
New Mexico Veterinary Medical Association Peer Assistance and Wellness Support Program
Julie Blossom, DVM
Email: nmvmapawsgmail [dot] com
New Mexico VMA
60 Placitas Trails Rd.
Placitas, NM 87043
New York State Professional Assistance Program
* McKinney's Education Law § 6510-b
|All information concerning an application, other than the fact of the surrender of the license and the participation in the program and the successful completion or failure of or withdrawal from the program, shall be strictly confidential, and may not be released by the committee to any person or body without the consent of the licensee.
New York State Professional Assistance Program
80 Wolf Rd.
Albany, NY 12205
Ph: 518-474-3817, ext. 480
Email: papmail [dot] nysed [dot] gov
New York State Veterinary Medical Society
100 Great Oaks Blvd.
Albany, NY 12203
Email: staffnysvms [dot] org
Programs for Impaired Veterinary Personnel
* N.C.G.S.A. § 90-187.15
|Any confidential information or other nonpublic information acquired, created, or used in good faith by an impaired veterinary personnel organization or the Board regarding a participant pursuant to this section shall remain confidential and shall not be subject to discovery or subpoena in a civil case, nor subject to disclosure as a public document by the Board.
North Carolina Physicians Health Program
220 Horizon Drive
Raleigh, NC 27615
Ph: 919-870-4487 or 877-588-8089
Email: infoncphp [dot] org
Dr. Dennis Wages
4700 Hillsborough St.
Raleigh, NC 27606
Email: dennis_wagesncsu [dot] edu
Dr. Ed Smallwood
Email: edandkaync [dot] rr [dot] com
||North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association
2304 Jackson Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501
Email: ndvmabtinet [dot] net
Treatment providers for veterinarians with substance abuse problems
* R.C. § 4741.31
* OAC 4741-1-25
Any veterinarian who enters into treatment by an approved treatment provider shall be deemed to have waived any confidentiality requirements that would otherwise prevent the treatment provider from making reports required under this section.
Treatment records concerning individuals who are receiving or who at any time have received services for mental illness, alcoholism, or drug dependence which are maintained by the Board are confidential and shall not be made available to the public.
Patient health care records are confidential and shall not be made available to the public.
Ohio Physicians Health Program
130 E. Chestnut Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Email: infoophp [dot] org
Ohio Veterinary Medical Association Wellness Committee:
Dr. Tim Kolb, Chair
1071 Old Henderson Road
Columbus, OH 43220
Email: tkolbdvmmsn [dot] com
1472 Manning Parkway
Powell, OH 43065
Email: ohiovmaohiovma [dot] org
Inability to practice due to mental illness or drug abuse
The Board's program (OHPP) assists all professions.
* 59 Okl. St. Ann. § 698.14b
Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 14521
Oklahoma, OK 73113
Email: adminokvma [dot] org
Dr. Bob Poteet
Cedarwood Veterinary Clinic
1412 S. Harvard
Tulsa, OK 74112
Email: cvctulsaaol [dot] com
||Oregon Veterinary Medical Association
1880 Lancaster Dr., NE Suite 118
Salem, OR, 97305
Email: contactoregonvma [dot] org
Impaired Professional Programs
* 63 P.S. § 485.26a
Pennsylvania Professional Health Monitoring Program
P.O. Box 10569
Harrisburg, PA 17105
Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association
8574 Paxton Street
Hummelstown, PA 17036
Fax: 717-220 1461
Email: infopavma [dot] org
||Puerto Rico Veterinary Medical Association
352 Ave San Claudio
San Juan, PR, 00926-4107
||Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association
302 Pearl Street #108
Providence, RI 02907
Email: inforivma [dot] org
Grounds for revocation, suspension, or refusal to renew license; mental or physical examinations
* Code 1976 § 40-69-110.
The Board upon reasonable grounds may obtain records relating to the mental or physical condition of a licensee or applicant including, but not limited to, psychiatric records; and these records are admissible in a hearing before the Board, notwithstanding any other provision of law.
For purposes of this section, a person who accepts the privilege of practicing veterinary medicine in this State, or who files an application to practice veterinary medicine in this State, is deemed to have consented to the Board obtaining these records and to have waived all objections to the admissibility of these records in a hearing before the Board upon the grounds that the same constitutes a privileged communication.
|South Carolina Recovering Professional Program
440 Knox Abbott Drive
Caycee, SC 29033
South Carolina Association of Veterinarians
1215 Anthony Ave.
Columbia, SC 29201
Email: infoscav [dot] org
Health Professionals' Assistance Program
* SDCL § 36-2A-1
* SDCL § 36-2A-12
This is a confidential program designed to monitor the treatment and continuing care of any regulated health professional who may be unable to practice with reasonable skill and safety, if the professional's mental health issues or substance use disorder is not appropriately managed
All records of health professionals' assistance program participants are confidential and are not subject to discovery or subpoena.
|South Dakota Health Professionals Assistance Program
4109 S. Carnegie Cir,
Sioux Falls, SD 57106
Email: amandammwhms [dot] com
mariaemwhms [dot] com
sherrygmwhms [dot] com
suehmwhms [dot] com
jillvmwhms [dot] com
South Dakota Veterinary Medical Association
Box 2175, SDSU
Brookings, SD 57007
Email: infosdvetmed [dot] org
Veterinary Wellness Committee
* T. C. A. § 63-12-118
All information, interviews, reports, statements, memoranda, or other data furnished to or produced by a veterinary wellness committee and any findings, conclusions, reports, or recommendations resulting from the proceedings of the committee are privileged and confidential.
Information and actions taken by the committee shall be privileged and held in strictest confidence and shall not be disclosed or required to be disclosed to any person or entity outside of the committee.
|Tennessee Medical Foundation Physician's Health Program
216 Centerview Drive
Brentwood, TN 37027
Tennessee Veterinary Wellness Program
Email: tvwptnvetwellness [dot] org
Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association
Deloris Green Gaines, Executive Director
19 Lacy Road
P.O. Box 803
Fayetteville, TN 37344
Email: green [dot] delogmail [dot] com%E2%80%8B">green [dot] delogmail [dot] com
Peer Assistance Program
* V.T.C.A., Occupations Code § 801.157
||Professional Recovery Network
Courtney Hulbert, Director
3200 Steck Ave.
Austin, TX 78757
Email: cbolintexaspharmacy [dot] org
Texas Veterinary Medical Association
8104 Exchange Dr.
Austin, TX 78754
Email: infotvma [dot] org
Recovery Assistance Program
Utah Veterinary Medical Association has established a Membership Crisis Services
|During the course of the program, participants undergo rehabilitation and maintenance of recovery in a confidential environment and are generally able to maintain their license.
||Utah Recovery Assistance Program
Charles W. Walton, MD, Program Manager
P.O. Box 146741
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Contact Dr. Walton
Utah Veterinary Medical Association Membership Crisis Services
1615 S. State Street
Provo, UT 84606
Email: infouvma [dot] net
Dr. Lawrence (Larry) McGill
mcgillanimalreferencepathology [dot] com
Dr. Jamie Rees
Email: jamiereesmstar [dot] net
||Vermont Veterinary Medical Association
Kathy Finnie, Executive Director
88 Beech Street
Essex Jct., VT 05452
Email: kathyvtvets [dot] org
Health Practitioners' Monitoring Program Committee
* VA Code Ann. § 54.1-2517
|The Department of Health Professions has a contract ... to provide confidential services for the health practitioner.
Records of the Program, to the extent such records identify individual practitioners in the Program, shall be privileged and confidential, and shall not be disclosed consistent with the Virginia Freedom of Information Act.
VVMA Employee Assistance Program
* Only for VVMA members & their families
Virginia Health Practitioners' Monitoring Program
701 East Franklin Street Suite 1407
Richmond, VA 23219
Email: vahpmpvcuhealth [dot] org.
Virginia Veterinary Medical Association
Robin Schmitz, Executive Director
3801 Westerre Parkway, Suite D
Henrico, VA 23233
Email: robinvvma [dot] org
Voluntary Substance Abuse Monitoring Programs
Impaired Veterinarian Program
* West's RCWA 18.130.175
* West's RCWA 18.92.047
|The treatment and pretreatment records of license holders referred to or voluntarily participating in approved programs shall be confidential, shall be exempt from chapter 42.56 RCW, and shall not be subject to discovery by subpoena or admissible as evidence except for monitoring records reported to the disciplining authority for cause.
||Washington Physicians Health Program
720 Olive Way
Seattle, WA 98101
Washington State Veterinary Medical Association
8024 Bracken Place SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Email: infowsvma [dot] org
||West Virginia Veterinary Medical Association
3801 Westerre Parkway, Suite D
Henrico, VA 23233
Email: infowvvma [dot] org
||Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association
4610 S. Biltmore Lane
Madison, WI 53718
Email: wvmawvma [dot] org
Wyoming Professional Assistance Program
* W.S.1977 § 33-1-115
|Any information pertaining to the identity, diagnosis, prognosis, referral or treatment of any licensee possessed in connection with the performance of any professional assistance program shall be confidential and shall not be disclosed except under the circumstances expressly authorized.
||Wyoming Professional Assistance Program
Candice Cochran, Executive Director
400 East 1st Street, #206
Casper, WY 82601
Email: candicecwpapro [dot] org
Dr. Gary Norwood
Frontier Veterinary Clinic
501 E. Riding Club Road
Cheyenne, WY 82009
Email: fvcdvmaol [dot] com
Wyoming Veterinary Medical Association
Email: infowyvma [dot] org
||Dr. Lisa Miller
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
Atlantic Veterinary College
University of Prince Edward Island
550 University Avenue
Charlottetown, PEI C1A 4P3
Email: lmillerupei [dot] ca