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Percentage of animals reported for veterinary examination that received immediate (within 1 day) veterinary care during the month

Dictionary: DVS is responsible for providing quality veterinary care to NCTR’s research animals and ensuring healthy animals are available for research projects/studies.

As animals are reported sick or injured, it is DVS’s priority to provide immediate (within 1 day) attention to all animals in need of medical attention. DVS’s goal is to provide highly trained, skilled, and dedicated staff to perform animal care services whose contributions enhance the quality of the research conducted by NCTR scientists.

Fiscal Year - 2010

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TimeTargetPercent
Jan 2010100100
Feb 2010100100
Mar 2010100100
Apr 2010100100
May 2010100100
Jun 2010100100
Jul 2010100100
Aug 2010100100
Sep 2010100100

FY 2010 Overall: 100%

Number of animals reported for veterinary examination that received immediate veterinary care during the month

Fiscal Year - 2010
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TimeTargetNumber
Jan 2010N/A16
Feb 2010N/A16
Mar 2010N/A28
Apr 2010N/A42
May 2010N/A36
Jun 2010N/A22
Jul 2010N/A58
Aug 2010N/A58
Sep 2010N/A34

FY 2010 Total: 310

Number of animals reported for veterinary examination during the month

Fiscal Year - 2010
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TimeTargetNumber
Jan 2010N/A16
Feb 2010N/A16
Mar 2010N/A28
Apr 2010N/A42
May 2010N/A36
Jun 2010N/A22
Jul 2010N/A58
Aug 2010N/A58
Sep 2010N/A34

FY 2010 Total: 310

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