MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets is pleased to announce its expansion into Toledo with the addition of the Animal Emergency and Critical Care Center of Toledo (AECCC) to its network of medical centers. MedVet will develop this established emergency practice into a full-service specialty and emergency medical center, and add a comprehensive array of specialty services for which MedVet is known nationally. MedVet will initially focus on ensuring an exemplary emergency and referral experience. The medical center has been renamed MedVet Toledo.

“We are very excited to be expanding into the Toledo community,” said MedVet President, Dr. Eric Schertel. “Area veterinarians and pet owners have trusted the AECCC to provide emergency care for their animals. We have served many Toledo community veterinarians and their clients from our Columbus practice for years. One of our commitments is to provide the highest quality and most conveniently accessible expert specialty and emergency care; so the acquisition of the AECCC and expansion of our Toledo services was a natural move once the opportunity arose. We intend to expand the services offered while continuing to deliver exceptional patient care and client services.”

Dr. Kittsen McCumber said, “This is such an exciting time for our Animal Emergency and Critical Care team as well as the entire Toledo community. MedVet is bringing a level of veterinary care to Toledo that before required our clients and patients to travel to Columbus, Cleveland, Akron, or Michigan.”

In addition to Toledo, MedVet operates a network of eight medical centers in Ohio, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Alabama, delivering the highest quality and most compassionate specialty and emergency veterinary care.

MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets is committed to delivering the highest quality, most compassionate specialty and emergency veterinary care available in the nation. MedVet provides specialty referral services for in-depth care and patient management, as well as emergency services, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. More than 60,000 dogs and cats are treated annually at MedVet’s expanding network of medical centers across the country.

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