October Updates from Hallmarq

Our mission is to improve the lives of animals and the people who care for them by increasing access to advanced imaging technology through awareness, education, and affordable and safe veterinary products. 

Royal Visit for Hallmarq – Queen’s Award Winner for Innovation 2021

As a world leader in providing advanced imaging systems for the veterinary market, this prestigious award recognises the unique and innovative nature of Hallmarq’s 1.5T Small Animal MRI with Q-Care, which was designed from the ground up for small animal veterinary practices. Princess Anne toured the factory and Head Office in Guildford UK, meeting staff from all departments and Hallmarq’s guest, Dr. Kate Richards, President of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Read More

Hallmarq Welcomes Dr. Taylor to the Small Animal Advisory Board
Hallmarq extends a warm welcome to Dr. Amanda Taylor who is currently the group medical director at BluePearl in the Southeast region. Dr. Taylor graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Texas A&M University; followed by a small animal internship at Colorado State University, and a residency in Neurology and Neurosurgery at Texas A&M University.

She has experience as both an academic and a private practice neurologist/neurosurgeon. Dr. Taylor is a past co-editor of Veterinary Clinics of North America and has authored numerous veterinary publications, including topics on stereotactic brain surgery, traumatic injury to the nervous system, and neurosurgery.

Down vs. Standing Equine MRI: What’s the Difference?
Traditional MRI machines are optimized for human anatomy, so they don’t lend themselves very well to use for equine patients. There are applications for down MRI in equine medicine, but it presents complications, too. Read more

Join us in December at AAEP 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee
Join us in Nashville where you can come see a demonstration of our latest equine innovation, the Standing Equine Leg CT, at the 67th annual American Academy of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) Convention and Trade Show.  Read more

Hallmarq’s Hall of ReMARQables
We are delighted to announce that four of our customer sites achieved their own personal best scan volume numbers in September, which qualifies them for the Hall of ReMARQables for outstanding achievement. In no particular order:

Congratulations and here’s to your continued success!

Upcoming Conferences and Sponsorship

ISELP continues with their virtual meetings on November 3rd with a module on the Hock and Crus. It’s not too late to register – click here!

VSPA’s Fall meeting runs through November 4-7th. Join us to learn about hospital management and patient care. Click here to register!

London Vet Show is back! We’ll be there 11th-12th November to chat all things advanced imaging. Come and find us at stand #E20 and see our Standing Equine Leg CT in action! Register here.

This year we’re proud sponsors of SEVeN’s next meeting November 13th. The South Eastern Veterinary Neurology Group will bring together all types of veterinary neurologists across the USA and Canada, will we see you there? Don’t forget to register here.

AAEP Annual Trade Show and Convention is approaching this December 4-8th in Nashville. We’ll be at booth #401, come and say Hi!  Don’t forget to register here.

Upcoming Hallmarq Clinical User Meetings
Equine User Meeting Chamonix 6th-8th January 2022 Contact Rachel to RSVP or learn more about upcoming user meetings.

Submit an MRI Case Study
We would love to share your interesting MRI case studies, whether equine or small animal, in our newsletter, on our website and social media channels. Fill out the case study questionnaire and receive a Visa Gift card as a thank you!