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254 S. Broadway

Geneva, OH 44041 US

(440) 361-4363

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Welcome to Geneva Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Geneva OH

Thank you for visiting our Geneva Veterinary Clinic website. We hope that you find it informative and useful! We have designed it to be educational and fun.

The Geneva Veterinary Clinic is proud to offer small animal medical and surgical services. Our staff of veterinarians includes; Dr. Emily Miller and Dr. Melanie Richards. Dr. Miller is our primary veterinarian while Dr. Richards is in part of the week. Dr. Charles Curie, the owner of the Geneva Clinic, focuses on practice management.

At Geneva Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

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Our Clinic and Crew

Testimonials

  • "Simply the best! The entire staff is fantastic. Professional, compassionate, thorough - they take great care of our little guy and have a very calming presence for us. Can't recommend Dr. Hanzel and Co. any more. They are great."
    Jason T.
  • "the kindness of all of the staff. they all acted like they really cared about Katie. thank you!"
    Patricia M.
  • "The veterinarian was very knowledgeable and friendly as was the staff."
    Shelley R. H.
  • "Very caring staff, Dr Emily Miller is a very caring Veterinarian, so happy to have her in our town."
    Sandra M.

MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is simple. We believe animals enrich our lives and our purpose is to enrich theirs by helping them stay healthy, happy and live well. Prevention of disease is always our goal. Healthcare is a team effort. We recognize you as the team captain, and we are the coaches. After all, you are with your animals 24/7, who else could possibly be the team captain? Our doctors and staff will diligently provide information, training, and guidance to help you be a great caregiver.

Our mission at the Geneva Veterinary Clinic is to celebrate the bond between people and pets. We will enhance the quality and quantity of life for both, through excellence in health care and client service.

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