Total Veterinary Care Hospitals - Grove City, OH

Total Veterinary Care Hospital Grove City, Ohio

Up to two (2) clients are allowed to accompany their pet(s) inside the hospital. Masks must be worn at all times while inside the building. Curbside appointments are available for those who prefer this option,. We also ask that you you use the curbside option if you are not feeling well or have any symptoms of the COVID-19 virus. Please call the hospital for additional details.

Monday-Saturday, 8am to 6pm

(614) 782-8059

Our hospital is located 10 minutes from Downtown Grove City, just off London Groveport Rd across the highway from the Meijer Supermarket (near exit 97 on I-71). We love to show off our state-of-the-art facilities, so please come visit and let us show you around!

Meet Dr. Laurie Fomby

Laurene “Laurie” Fomby, DVM is an Associate Veterinarian at the Grove City location of Total Veterinary Care. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois, where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, and of The Ohio State University, where she earned her Ph.D. Prior to working with TVC, she has practiced small animal medicine in eastern Pennsylvania and central Ohio.

Ever since she was young, Laurie wanted to be a vet. She loved science, had an inquisitive mind and grew up surrounded by animals, both her own pets as well as animals she would foster. Currently, she and her husband, daughter and son reside with their own small menagerie that includes Moe, a nine-year old Collie mix, Besty, a four-year old Amstaff mix, and three cats named Max, Neko and Mini-Me. Mini-Me is technically Moe’s cat, as she is both black and white just like he is, and came into their lives after joining up with Moe and Laurie while they were on a walk. She spends her free time as a Franklin County Master Gardener volunteer and thrift shopping.

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Meet Dr. Rachel Stahl

Rachel Stahl, DVM,  joined Total Veterinary Care after graduating from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2021. She grew up in the small town of Oley, PA, where "there are more cows than people."

Despite not having pets of her own as a child, she first knew she wanted to be a veterinarian in middle school after helping to care for her grandmother's kitten. And now Dr. Stahl now has two cats of her ownAbbey and Teddy, an underweight foster she nursed back to health and then couldn’t let go!

In her free time, Dr. Stahl has served on the board of the Community Outreach Committee at OSU and Harvest of Hope, a nonprofit organization dedicated to address the growing needs of hungry families in Ohio and area agencies who serve them. She has been playing the piano from a young age and also enjoys playing the violin.


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