About MedVet: MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets, with headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, is a widely recognized and growing group of emergency, critical care and specialty referral veterinary hospitals for companion animals. MedVet is employee owned, veterinary led, and is leading specialty healthcare for pets. MedVet provides specialty referral services for in-depth care and patient management, as well as emergency services, most available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. More than 100,000 dogs and cats are treated annually at MedVet’s expanding network of medical centers across the country.
Mission: “Leading specialty healthcare for pets.”
Core Values: Teamwork, Leadership and Compassion
Headquarters: Columbus, Ohio
Locations: We are home to a 60,000 square foot state-of-the-art hospital covering 14 veterinary specialties in Columbus, Ohio. MedVet has 21 locations including those in Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Utah, Idaho, and Michigan.
For more information on our locations, go to MedVet Locations.
Hospital Details: For detailed information on the hospital location, address, contact information, size, specialties, equipment, please go to the following location specific pages:
- Akron, OH
- Columbus, OH
- Cincinnati, OH
- Cleveland, OH – Including Cleveland West and Cleveland Northeast
- Dayton, OH
- Girard, OH
- Hilliard, OH
- Toledo, OH
- Mandeville, LA
- Mobile, AL
- New Orleans, LA
- Chicago, IL
- Indianapolis, IN
- Lexington, KY
- Dallas, TX – including the Uptown location
- Richardson, TX
- Grapevine, TX
- Commerce, MI
- Boise, Idaho
- Salt Lake City, UT
Employees: We have over 1225 employees of which 235 are doctors and 800 supporting staff including registered veterinary technicians, animal aids and customer service representatives.
Patient Visits: In 2016, we had 100,000 patient visits across our locations.
Hours: Most of our hospitals are open 24/7/365. No appointment is necessary for emergency care. Appointments are required for specialty and referral services and varies by location.
Training: Research and education: We have over 25 residents and interns in training in our accredited training programs.
Education: MedVet doctors and technicians share their ideas and expertise through free Continuing Education (CE) meetings for Referring Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians at all locations. MedVet offers approximately 200 hours of CE/year.
Research: MedVet advances veterinary medicine through clinical studies. Our Clinical Studies Center leads collaborative initiatives with MedVet specialists and veterinarians worldwide. MedVet partners with a wide variety of investigative institutions and sponsors to complete clinical studies. The outcome of these important studies benefits the entire veterinary community by putting safer, more effective treatments into the hands of veterinarians in Ohio and around the world.
- If you are from an organization that would like to learn more about MedVet’s Clinical Studies Center or collaborating with one of the clinical investigative teams at MedVet, click here.
- MedVet has several clinical studies now enrolling patients.
Accreditation: Most MedVet hospitals are accredited by American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets was named the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Accredited Referral Practice of the Year for 2014 (Columbus) and 2016 (Cincinnati), the only group of practices to receive this award twice. The American Animal Hospital Association, AAHA, is the only organization in the United States and Canada that accredits companion animal hospitals based on standards that meet or exceed state regulations. To learn more, visit aaha.org for more information.
Community Partnerships: Varies with location.
Sponsorships: MedVet is a proud sponsor of the Foundations of both the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. These Foundations are devoted to the advancement of internal medicine (including cardiology, neurology and oncology) and surgery through funding of educational and research opportunities for residents and board-certified veterinary specialists.