Dr. Jeff Berk Introduced as 2019 AAEP President

Dr. Jeff Berk is a central Kentucky-based Thoroughbred practitioner exclusively focused on domestic and international sales work.
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Jeffery T. Berk, VMD, a central Kentucky-based Thoroughbred practitioner exclusively focused on domestic and international sales work, was installed as president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) during the Dec. 4 President’s Luncheon at the 2018 AAEP Convention, held in San Francisco, California.

A 1981 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Berk began his career at a racetrack practice in Cleveland, Ohio, before starting his own practice in Ocala, Florida. He ran the practice for 19 years before merging with and becoming a partner in Ocala Equine Hospital in 2000. In 2010, he joined Equine Medical Associates PSC in Lexington, Kentucky, where, in addition to his sales work, he does pro bono work for New Vocations racehorse adoption program.

He served as chairman of the AAEP Foundation from 2014-2016; as AAEP treasurer from 2009-2011; on the board of directors from 2004-2006; as chair of the Professional Conduct and Ethics Committee; and as a member of the Biologics and Therapeutic Agents, Convention Planning, Finance, Public Policy, and Purchase Exam committees. He also has volunteered on various AAEP task forces and presented at both the AAEP’s Annual Convention and Resort Symposium continuing education meetings

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