OSU Launches Campaign to Support Hospital Expansion Project

The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center hopes to raise $2 million by Dec. 31 to support the Enhancement and Expansion project at its Hospital for Companion Animals.

The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center has launched a $2 million fundraising campaign to support the Enhancement and Expansion project at its Hospital for Companion Animals. The goal is to raise the money by December 31.

“Our $30 million addition and renovation includes a state-of-the-art Intensive Care Unit that opens soon, as well as a spacious, comfortable lobby and new surgery suites,” said Rustin Moore, DVM, Ph.D., dean and Ruth Stanton Chair of Veterinary Medicine. “With more than 27,000 companion animal visits last year, we need to expand to better accommodate our clients and patients, their beloved pets.”

The campaign includes a direct mail component to reach out to people who care about animals and may not be familiar with Ohio State’s facility, according to the university. In addition, alumni of the College of Veterinary Medicine are promoting the campaign in their veterinary practices by displaying custom made posters, the university further noted.

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