- About the VMC
- Pet Owners
- Farm Animal Owners
- Horse Owners
- Clinical Trials Office
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Dr. Larry Hill is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. Dr Hill serves The Ohio State University as Head of the Community Practice/Shelter Medicine/Outreach section. He enjoys teaching veterinary students the importance of animal health and methods for being an advocate for underserved clients and pets in the local community. Dr. Hill along with Dr. Lord started a community outreach program which serves the greater Columbus area. His interests include: camping, hiking, gardening and spending time with his family.
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Dr. Linda Lord is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine; since she enjoyed her experience at Ohio State she decided to stay and get her MS and PhD both from the Ohio State University. She continues to serve The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center as an associate professor. She also is a strong advocate for homeless pets and does research on pet identification and welfare. Dr. Lord along with Dr. Hill started a community outreach program which serves the greater Columbus area.
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Dr. Jeanette O'Quin is a graduate of the Ohio State University with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and a Masters degree in Veterinary Public Health. Having worked in shelter medicine and public health, she has combined her interest in both of these fields as a Clinical Assistant Professor with the Ohio State University Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine. She is a strong advocate for the prevention of animal homelessness, and enjoys teaching students how to enhance quality of life for pets and their owners. With Drs. Hill and Lord, Dr. O'Quin works in the community outreach program which serves the greater Columbus area.
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Jennifer Henne is a graduate of the Columbus State Community College Veterinary Technician Program. She enjoyed her internship here at The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center and decided to stay and work in the small animal emergency and intensive care unit after graduation. Jennifer has been working at the Veterinary Medical Center since 2006 and began volunteering for the Veterinary Outreach Program because she believed in the work that was being done and felt that she had a lot to offer. As the Veterinary Outreach Program continued to grow, the need for a technician did as well, thanks to donor support of the program, the Veterinary Medical Center was able to hire Jennifer as the lead technician for the Veterinary Outreach Program in March 2011. Jennifer has a love for all creatures great and small; she enjoys her two large dogs and two cats.