The Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care Clinic opened June 1, 2021, as the new home for the Veterinary Medical Center’s community practice team. The 26,000 sq. foot facility offers natural-lighting in the expansive lobby and reception area; 9 exam rooms – including two dedicated to feline use; separate cat and dog waiting areas and wards; 2 surgical suites and pre- and post-surgical care areas; a full dental suite; a separate entrance and exam room for pets with behavioral needs; spacious treatment room; imaging, medication dispensary and lab areas.
Faculty and visiting veterinarians are situated in observation rooms located adjacent to exam rooms, that will enable them to provide coaching to graduating veterinary students as they provide care for your pets. After initial evaluation, assessment and treatment recommendations are completed by the student, a faculty clinician will join the client and student to validate next steps and answer any remaining questions.
The Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care Clinic will have a transformational impact on veterinary clinical education at Ohio State and beyond. Read more.
Located at 655 Vernon L Tharp Street, just east of the Veterinary Medical Center’s companion animal hospital, the clinic provides easy access and free, ample parking for our customers and their pets.