Our mission is to dedicate our knowledge, continuing education and compassion to provide excellent care for our patients, excellent service for our clients and a positive and productive workplace for our employees.
Where can you find a concerned staff caring for your pet in a modern, state-of-the-art setting providing the most up-to-date options in companion animal medicine? - A place where the focus is on providing the best but also listening to you and your concerns? - Where you can expect quick appointment scheduling, and if there is a wait, you will be notified? - Where you will receive whatever time is necessary to resolve your pet's problem?
Phone: (614) 861-1700
Fax: (614) 861-7460
Or use our new PetPartnerApp!
Welcome to our web site. It provides an extension of our practice onto the Web to educate, advise and even entertain our clients and visitors. By providing information in depth when we are not available, we let prospective clients have a feel for what we are all about. You'll find that the site will always be changing, growing to meet the needs of our pet owners.
Here you'll find changing information about recent events in our practice. New equipment and therapies, recent interesting cases, and even client alerts about recent issues important to our patients.
We have had digital dental radiography for some time, but recently upgraded to completely digital radiography with the acquisition of a CDR Minolta system. This reduces staff exposure by minimizing retakes and stops our use of silver containing film and the chemistry necessary to produce images. We can now submit films for specialty interpretation immediately over the internet and can even burn a CD copy for referral purposes.
LAPAROSCOPIC ASSISTED GASTROPEXY
Gastropexy is a preventive procedure for large breed dogs prone to Gastric Dilatation Vovulus Syndrome, a potentially life threatening condition. Our laparoscopic procedure allows less pain and quicker recovery, see inside for more details.
We are proud to announce the acquisition of a Class 4 Therapy Laser for treatment of Arthritis, Wound Healing and other inflammatory conditions.
Dr. White is now offering fish and pond medicine and consultations. This is a relatively new and exciting area of practice. Tropical fish and marine aquariums, gold fish and koi ponds, even aquaculture sites may benefit from the professional services we offer. The time available for pond/site visits is limited so call ahead. We do many in-hospital procedures like sedation and diagnostics to anesthesia and surgery. We have the Reynoldsburg, State of Ohio, Dept. of Agriculture, Animal Disease and Diagnostics Laboratory close by for our reference lab.
We have recently been inspected by the AAHA and passed with flying colors to renew our accreditation which we first earned in 2007. This is a voluntary program that involves a rigorous set of standards and goals involving our physical facility, patient care, equipment and advanced protocols. All to ensure we do everything we can to keep your pets healthy and happy. For more information you can go to the AAHA website by clicking on the logo above.
This listing gives general categories of service and specific examples. Our hours can also be found under this listing.
Indian Creek Veterinary Hospital opened on April 30, 1989, as a small animal practice dedicated to providing quality medicine to our clientele in a setting that was comfortable for our doctors and staff, our clients, and most of all, our patients.
Here you will find information about the mission of our practice, its origin, and a little about our doctors and staff.
At Indian Creek,
we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Indian Creek Veterinary Hospital
295 Lancaster Ave.
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
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