Audit Says No Formal Criteria for Re-Inspections of NC Veterinary Practices

A state audit recently released by the Office of the State Auditor (OSA) says the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board (NCVMB) which is responsible for governing the practice of veterinary medicine, “doesn’t adequately follow up on inspection violations or licensing requirements” as reported by WRAL.COM.

The NCVMB generally inspects veterinary practices including animal hospitals and pet clinics every 2 years.


Office of the State Auditor: North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board – Financial Related Audit

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