Animal Care Center of Forest Park
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11440 Winton Rd, 1053 E Turtlecreek Union Rd
Forest Park, OH 45240
- Mon-Fri: 7:30AM-7:00PM
- Sat: 8:00AM-3:00PM
- Sun: Noon-3:00PM
- Walk-ins Welcome
- 9-11am & 3:30-6pm
We are a full service veterinary hospital and boarding facility that has been serving the Cincinnati area for over 30 years. Our goal is to deliver the highest quality of veterinary medicine to our patients while adhering to the highest possible professional and ethical standards. We serve our clients and their pets with competent staff and state-of-the-art medical equipment. We continually educate our staff about diseases and treatments for your pets so that they may educate you. Our mission is to continue to serve you with integrity and quality service.
The Animal Care Centers consist of three state-of-the-art, full service veterinary hospitals located in Fairfield, Forest Park, and Blue Ash focused on companion animal care. We offer total pet care including, but not limited to, vaccinations, heartworm and leukemia testing, dermatology and allergy testing, radiology, ultrasound, dentistry, behavior and training counseling, and animal adoption. We have well equipped, sterile surgical suites with intensive care units and patient monitory abilities for routine and emergency surgical care. In addition to veterinary care, we offer grooming services from our experienced groomers and spacious, climate controlled boarding facilities to ensure quality care for your pet while you are on vacation. The affiliation with our other practices gives you the expertise of 11 quality veterinarians and over 60 technicians, receptionists, assistants and other staff members.
Animal Care Center of Forest Park Services
- Behavioral Medicine
- Dental Care
- Emergency and Critical Care
- Fully Stocked Pharmacy
- Hospice and Euthanasia Services
- House Calls
- Nutritional Counseling
- Pain Management
- Parasite Prevention and Control
- Puppy and Kitten Care
- Rabbits and Small Mammals
- Radiology (X-Rays)
- Senior Care
- Wellness Exams
Animal Care Center of Forest Park Staff Profiles
Dr. Lisa DulaneyDr. Lisa Dulaney has lived most of her life in the Cincinnati area. After graduating from Dixie Heights High School in 1979, she attended Northern Kentucky University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree. She was accepted at Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1987. Since 1988 she has been with the Animal Care Center of Forest Park. Long time clients might know her as Dr. Conrad, but when she married husband Mark in 1996, she changed her name to Dulaney. She resides in Forest Park with her 2 labs, Opie and Loki, and her cat, Sylvester. The newest and most precious addition to the family is daughter Courtney Conrad Dulaney, born August 21, 2000. Dr. Dulaney enjoys reading, camping, hiking, swimming, roller blading, and spending time with her family. She is a member of AVMA, OVMA, and member and past president of CVMA. She enjoys dog training and is a member of Queen City Dog Training Club.
Northern Kentucky University, Auburn University
Dr. Dave was admitted to Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine after only 3 years of undergraduate work at Ohio State University. After graduating in 1979, he took a position in a practice in Amherst, Ohio. He started the Fairfield Animal Hospital in July of 1980. Dr. Dave enjoys all facets of veterinary medicine and surgery and is specifically interested in management, dermatology, behavior, and pediatrics.
Dr. Dave is a member of American Animal Hospital Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, Cincinnati Veterinary Medical Association, and Butler -Warren County Veterinary Medical Association. He is Past President of the Student Veterinary Medical Association, Ohio State University Chapter, and member of Omega Tau Sigma Fraternity. He is listed as a life member of "Who's Who in Veterinary Medicine" and is qualified to be a member of Mensa. Dr. Dave lives in Lebanon with his wife Mary. Dr. Dave and Mary have 3 children: Dave Jr., who has completed a residency in veterinary ophthmalogy at Ohio State and has now opened his own practice. Alli, who is the financial manager of the business and part time soccer coach and personal trainer for budding young soccer stars, and Emily, who is an Occupational Therapy at The West Chester Medical Center.
Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. David CorfmanDr. David Corfman is a 1987 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he also participated in The Ohio State University Marching Band for 5 years. He has worked at the Springdale-Glendale Animal Hospital for the past 20 years, the last 12 of them as owner and solo veterinarian. The practice had outgrown the building and his ability to serve it as its only veterinarian, but he did not want to sacrifice quality veterinary care to focus on the business aspects of building and managing a multi-doctor practice. He therefore decided to let our excellent management team do it for him and merged his practice with ours. He and his dedicated staff joined the Animal Care Center of Forest Park in January 2008. In 1997 Dr. Corfman became certified as a specialist in canine and feline medicine by The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. This certification involved writing case reports showing expertise in handling difficult cases, documenting exemplary continuing education and passing a rigorous two-day test. He successfully re-certified in 2005 and must continue to recertify every 10 years to maintain his specialty status. Currently, he is the only veterinarian so certified practicing in the Cincinnati area. For more information on the American Veterinary Medical Association Specialty organization please visit www.abvp.com. Dr. Corfman lives in Mason with his wife, Patty, two children, Brad and Kelly, their dog named Snickers and cat, Dolce. He is active in his church choir, a black belt in Shito-ryu karate and an avid cyclist and runner. Show More
Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine