Guy joined MONVET Veterinary Group Inc. in 2016 as an administrative director.
His duties consist of defining and formalizing the global strategic objectives as decided by the general management of the establishments members of the Group.
Guy also has to follow up on the action plans that determine how to attain those objectives and follow their deployments.
Pierre-Paul helped his wife, Dr. Laure Cosimano DMV and her brother, Dr. Michel Cosimano DMV, develop the family company since its beginning in the middle of the 90's.
Within MONVET Veterinary Group Inc., Pierre-Paul is a « jack of all trades » in a manner of speaking. Indeed, his responsibilities are numerous and varied and include, amongst others, hiring new employees, managing the computer system, dealing with customer complaints, publicity, upkeeping the devices and equipment that are located in the three establishments that are members of the Group, etc.
At home, he has several animals including an Italian Greyhound breed dog named Houdini, a Great Dane breed dog named Leila, a siamese cat named Rose, two abyssinian cats named Amen and Bulle, a Canadian Quarter Horse, a poney named Cannelle and many chickens.
It's in 1997 that Dr. Lacombe graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montreal. Thereafter, she completed an Internship in Applied Veterinary Sciences (AVSI) in equine medicine in 1998 at the same institution.
After a year of mixed practice with companion animals and horses, Dr. Lacombe continued to practice with companion animals only.
In 2005, she began to work at Clinique Vétérinaire À Mon Chat and at Hôpital Vétérinaire de l'Est and, later in 2012, also at Hôpital Vétérinaire du Richelieu Inc.
In november of 2014, she temporarily left her job to accept the position of interim coordinator of the professional supervision service at the Quebec Veterinary Medical Association. Since her return in 2015, she is in charge of medical and administrative affairs of the MONVET Veterinary Group Inc.
When she works « on the floor », Dre Lacombe is interested particularly in internal medicine. Her companion in life is a Siamese cat named Dale.
Dr. Cosimano is the founder of MONVET Veterinary Group Inc.
She started her career as a veterinarian by creating an ambulatory veterinary service for companion animals right after she completed her doctorate in veterinary medicine at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montreal in 1995.
In 1998, her brother, Dr. Michel Cosimano DMV partnered with her and, with the help of their father and her significant other, made the business grow. In time, the ambulatory service ceased to exist and, after Clinique vétérinaire de l'Est's brief existence, Hôpital Vétérinaire de l'Est came to life in 1998.
In 2005, brother and sister acquired parts in Clinique Vétérinaire À Mon Chat and then became its' sole owners in 2006.
After they partnered with Dr. Catherine Lavoie DMV in 2012, Hôpital Vétérinaire du Richelieu Inc. was created and after becoming partners with Dr. Émilie Piché-Rondeau DMV in 2014, they transformed Clinique Vétérinaire À Mon Chat into À Mon Chat, À Mon Chien, Hôpital Vétérinaire Inc. Finally, in 2017, the three establishments advertised their association by becoming members of MONVET Veterinary Group Inc.
That same year, in september, Drs. Cosimano partnered once again this time with majority shareholder Dr. Lili Bergeron, DMV, IPSAV, and with minority shareholders Drs. Piché-Rondeau and Catherine Lavoie. Together, they bought the Clinique Vétérinaire Bertomeu Inc. The clinic's name was thereafter changed to Clinique Vétérinaire Au Pied du Mont Inc., making it the fourth veterinary establishment to be part of MONVET Veterinary Group Inc.
When she's not busy managing the company, Dr. Cosimano performs companion animal surgeries at Hôpital Vétérinaire de l'Est Inc.
At home, she has several animals including an Italian Greyhound breed dog named Houdini, a Great Dane breed dog named Leila, a siamese cat named Rose, two abyssinian cats named Amen and Bulle, a Canadian Quarter Horse, a poney named Cannelle and many chickens.
Dr. Cosimano received his doctorate in veterinary medicine from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montreal in 1998. He immediately came to lend a hand to his sister, Dr. Laure Cosimano, m.v. and, with the help for their father and his brother-in-law, made the company grow.
They started by transforming Clinique Vétérinaire de l'Est into Hôpital Vétérinaire de l'Est that year and, in 2005, acquired shares in Clinique Vétérinaire À Mon Chat. They then became its sole owners in 2006.
In 2012, they partnered with Dr. Catherine Lavoie DMV and created Hôpital Vétérinaire du Richelieu Inc. Two years later, they partnered once again but this time with Dr. Émilie Piché-Rondeau DMV and converted Clinique Vétérinaire À Mon Chat into À Mon Chat, À Mon Chien, Hôpital Vétérinaire Inc. In 2017, they officialized the grouping of the three establishments and named it MONVET Veterinary Group Inc.
A few months later, in september, Drs. Cosimano united again, but this time with Dr. Lili Bergeron, DMV, IPSAV (majority shareholder) and with Drs. Piché-Rondeau and Catherine Lavoie (minority shareholders). Together they bought Clinique Vétérinaire Bertomeu Inc., thus adding a new member to MONVET Veterinary Group Inc., and renamed it Clinique Vétérinaire Au Pied du Mont Inc.
Dr. Cosimano mainly pratices companion and exotic animal general medicine at Hôpital Vétérinaire de l'Est Inc. After getting additional training in ultrasound, Dr. Cosimano became our go-to person to execute abdominal and cardiac ultrasound exams. He is also very much interested in technology and is responsible for acquiring our highly sophisticated equipment.
His unique furry life companion is a Royal poodle dog named Charli.
Geneviève first received her office automation diploma from cegep Edouard-Montpetit in 2000 and then her animal health technician diploma from cegep of St-Hyacinthe in 2003.
In November 2006, she started working at À Mon Chat, À Mon Chien, Hôpital vétérinaire inc. as a technician. She kept that position until November 2019 when she accepted to become an executive assistant for Groupe vétérinaire Monvet inc.
Geneviève shares her daily life with a domestic cat named Xena that she adopted from Fondation HVE.