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Purposes of the ALVMA

To advance the art and science of veterinary medicine. To promote a cooperative spirit among
veterinarians. To maintain high standards of professional qualifications through continuing educational
opportunities. To increase public awareness of the importance of veterinarians in animal health and
disease control. To promote and support sound legislation as it affects veterinarians. To promote and
encourage responsibility with pet ownership.

Committed to protecting People, Pets and Livestock – Yesterday, Today and Always.


Gabapentin to Change to a Scheduled V Medication

On May 15, 2019, the Alabama State Committee of Public Health voted to change Gabapentin to a Scheduled V medication, effective November 18, 2019. The six-month implementation period was provided to allow time to implement the appropriate changes for a legend medication to move to a scheduled medication. These changes may include the following: software requirement changes; increase in physical space to store scheduled medications; and changes in procedures for prescribing a controlled substance. Please begin to make the necessary adjustments to meet the implementation date, November 18, 2019. Questions can be directed to Nancy Bishop, State Pharmacy Director, Alabama Department of Public Health,

Hurricane Relief Fund 

Our disaster relief fund is open! Please consider contributing to this important cause in the wake of hurricane Florence!   
Please visit to learn more and to donate now.

Help Us Help Them

Help Animals in need.  Make a tax-deductible donation to the Alabama Veterinary Medical Foundation.


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3/13/2020 » 3/15/2020
ALVMA's 29th Annual Conference for Food Animal Veterinarians-Exhibitors/Sponsors

3/13/2020 » 3/15/2020
29th Annual Conference for Food Animal Veterinarians - Attendee

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