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Welcome to Pet Medical Center of Westerville
Your Veterinarian in Westerville, OH
Servicing Polaris, New Albany, Lewis Center, & Galena
Call us at 614-882-7700
Pet Medical Center of Westerville offers a full line of veterinary services, including dentistry, surgery, radiology, and an in-house laboratory.
From routine vaccinations and wellness exams, to medicine and surgery, we are prepared to meet any health care needs that arise for your pets.
Your best friend will receive great care at the Pet Medical Center of Westerville, and they will be treated with caring hearts and caring hands, as if they were a member of our own family.
At the Pet Medical Center of Westerville, our doctors and staff are focused on providing outstanding veterinary care while exceeding your expectations of service.
Our compassion and dedication to our patients extends to their owners and family members as well, and it is this commitment to excellence that separates us from other veterinary hospitals.
We’re also very proud of our “family” of staff, and teamwork is important to us. As part of our commitment to provide excellent service, we hold regular team training meetings.
We’re looking forward to meeting you and your pets. You’re always welcome to come by to meet our friendly, knowledgeable team, and please contact us if you have any questions about your best friend’s well-being.
At Pet Medical Center of Westerville, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. John Nowery
Westerville Veterinarian Servicing Polaris, New Albany, Lewis Center, & Galena | Pet Medical Center of Westerville | 614-882-7700
153 S. Sunbury Road
Westerville, OH 43081
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