Joseph T. Sweeney, DVM, is a veterinarian and Radiology Resident at MedVet Columbus, where he joined the team in 2018. Dr. Sweeney earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Boston University in Boston, MA and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from The Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, in North Grafton, MA. Following veterinary school, he completed a general rotating internship at Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty and Referral Center. He next completed a specialty internship in radiology at MedVet Columbus. Additionally, he is the secondary author in several publications, including: Clinical Features of English Bulldogs with Presumed Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy: 31 Cases (2001-2013) See publication – JAAHA 2018, What Is Your Diagnosis? (lung lobe torsion in a cat) – JAVMA 2016, and Selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor (SSRI) toxicosis in cats: 33 cases (2004-2010) – JVECC 2013.
Along with his passion for imaging, Dr. Sweeney enjoys being part of the diagnosis process, working alongside his colleagues in various specialties and in partnership with Referral Partners.
When not at the hospital, you’ll often find Dr. Sweeney on the ice, as he’s an avid hockey fan and player, or exploring new restaurants.