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  • Veterinary Medical Center services, emergency, urgent care
    Update to VMC access and services as of 3/20/20
    VMC seeing urgent specialty, 24/7 emergency and veterinary urgent care only as of 5pm Friday, March 20, 2020 until further notice. Drop-off only.
  • Temporary parking change, emergency access
    Emergency/Drop off driveway and parking lot open
    The Hospital for Companion Animals emergency and animal drop off driveway and client parking lot in front of the building are open.
  • veterinary urgent care Dublin Ohio
    After-Hours Veterinary Urgent Care Open in Dublin!
    The Veterinary Medical Center-Dublin now offers Urgent Care service available evenings, weekends, and holidays. No appointment necessary!
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  • How are clinical trials in humans and pets interconnected?
    Clinical Trials
    How our Pet Heroes are helping advance science. Dr. Cheryl London - May 1st, 2019
  • Two veterinary technicians and a chocolate Labrador
    Clinical trials: Myths and misconceptions
    Veterinary clinical trials help veterinarians and researchers find new and better ways to treat pets, and sometimes people too.
  • Information for dog owners about canine influenza
    Information for dog owners about canine influenza
    The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center shares information for dog owners concerned about the recent reports related to canine influenza

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The Ohio State University and the College of Veterinary Medicine are closely and continually monitoring the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. As a result, The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center hospitals are taking additional precautionary measures by limiting cases being seen to veterinary emergencies, urgent specialty care and after-hour urgent care. No new specialty appointments are being made at this time.

A significant viral outbreak of a new type of Coronavirus named “2019 Novel Coronavirus” or “COVID-19” is affecting a large number of countries around the world, including the United States.