Thank you for choosing the University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital for the care of your animal. We handle more than 25,000 small and large animal visits each year and offer 25+ specialty services, including a 24-hour emergency service. Our board-certified specialists, residents, interns, veterinary students and technical staff will treat you and your animal with the utmost compassion and respect. We bring years of experience to each case, and because we are a teaching hospital, we have a vast and highly specialized knowledge base from which to draw answers. Learn more about how to make an appointment.
In March 2015, the VTH moved into a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility, located at 2200 College Station Road. The new building allows the Hospital to better meet its current patient care demands and the educational needs of the College while ensuring a bright future for both the CVM and the veterinary profession.
The Hospital also features top-of-the-line equipment such as a 64-Slice CT scanner and a 3T open bore MRI for large and small animals, and a linear accelerator that, in certain cases, can treat tumors in fewer radiation therapy sessions and can also treat more types of tumors.
The campus where the Hospital is located is referred to as the Veterinary Medical Center. It includes the main Hospital, a covered equine performance arena, a building for the Hospital’s ambulatory services, and an education building for teaching third-year veterinary students.