VMC Overview

The Ohio State University campus in Columbus, Ohio is home to the Veterinary Medical Center (VMC), a comprehensive referral center comprised of the Hospital for Companion Animals (dogs/cats), Hospital for Farm Animals and the Galbreath Equine Center. We offer the highest level of specialty veterinary medical care, with more than 60 faculty veterinarians who are board-certified in 14 specialty areas.

The VMC is one of the largest comprehensive veterinary hospitals in the world, with more than 33,000 animal patient visits each year. Most of these animals are referred by a primary care veterinarian who partners with the specialists at Ohio State in order to diagnose and treat difficult or complicated cases. Our faculty veterinarians work with residents, interns, registered veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants and fourth-year veterinary students in partnership with our clients' primary veterinarian to assure continuing care.

We also offer our growing satellite facility, the VMC-Dublin, an emergency and specialty referral practice for dogs and cats. The VMC-Dublin provides increased capacity and accessibility to Ohio State's quality of care for your clients.

Both locations (Columbus and Dublin)  provide 24 hour emergency care, 365 days a year.