AKRON, October 22, 2020–Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital, a leader in emergency and specialty care services, today announced the opening of its second location in the greater Cleveland area of Highland Heights coming Summer 2021.
“50 years ago, when the founders of Metro decided to come together, they could not have imagined what Metro would look like today: A thriving and growing premier emergency and specialty hospital, the leader in Northeast Ohio employing over 250 dedicated team members, who provide best veterinary medical care to all their patients,” said Hal Bond, Chief Executive Officer at Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital. “We truly appreciate the support of our referring general practice hospitals sharing your patients’ care responsibilities with us. We will continue the tradition of exceeding your expectations as we embark on the next 50 years!”
We will be providing the following services and specialties when we open, with more to follow:
- ER 24/7/365
- Surgery-Soft Tissue & Orthopedic
- Internal Medicine
For more information about Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital’s Highland Heights location, visit https://www.metropolitanvet.com/mce/.
To download the proposed architecture rendering of the Highland Heights location, click here.
About Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital
In 1968, Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital was created to provide advanced care options, including 24-hour care and emergency care, for pets throughout Northeast Ohio. Known as a Central Hospital, it was modeled after the human medical concept, allowing affiliated veterinarians the ability to offer a level of care not previously available on a local level.
Today, Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital allows referring veterinarians to offer a superior emergency care facility 24/7/365 to their clients, as well as access to many boarded veterinarians specializing in surgery, oncology, neurology, internal medicine, exotic care and cardiology.
Jeni Smith | Communications-Marketing Supervisor
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