Grove City Veterinary Hospital

4350 Grove City Rd.
Grove City, OH 43123


Our Staff


Diane Downing, RVT

Diane is a Registered Veterinary Technician who has been working at The Grove City Veterinary Hospital since 1979. Her wealth of knowledge and experience means that she can and has done just about everything in the clinic aside from being a vet. She manages our inventory for us, placing orders to ensure we have what we need at all times to treat your pets. These days she is found most often answering the phones and checking patients in and out at the front desk. Over the years Diane has formed strong bonds and friendships with many of our clients, and their pets. 

Diane is married to husband Jack. She has a special love for coonhound type dogs which she affectionately called "cutehounds."  



Hanna Collins, RVT

Hanna is a Registered Veterinary Technician. She graduated from the Columbus State Community College's RVT program in 2011 and hired in at The Grove City Veterinary Hospital in March 2012. Hanna loves the technical aspects of being a Registered Veterinary Technician. She especially enjoys surgery and dentistry for our canine and feline patients. She loves that she can send a pet home with a healthier mouth than when the pet came in on the day of their dental procedure. Hanna also enjoys diagnostics such as taking x-rays, performing ear cytology, and urinalysis. Performing diagnostics adds more information to the puzzle of the mystery of a pet's illness to help the veterinarian form a treatment plan. 

She has 3 cats named Pepper, Quintin, and Gixxer. She also has a Great Dane named Dominic, and she keeps a saltwater fish aquarium as well. 

(Pictured with Dominic)



Cassie Schram, RVT

Cassie is a Registered Veterinary Technician. She attended Columbus State Community College's RVT program as well. Prior to joining our team in 2015 she worked at the Franklin County Dog Shelter for 19 years, and she also has some experience with research projects. Cassie enjoys getting to know our clients and their pets. In just the few years she has been here she has formed strong bonds with several clients. She is a go-getter and can be found working in many different aspects of the hospital from surgery, to day-stay patient care, to working with clients and pets during their appointments with one of our veterinarians. 

Cassie is married to a firefighter, Kris, and they have 3 teenage children. Their family also includes two dogs Billy and Toupee, both rescues. 

(Pictured with Billy)


Angie Hanson, Client Care

Angie joins our team after a period of time out of the everyday workforce. She brings her skills in client care from the hospitality industry. Angie has learned so much about Veterinary Medicine! She enjoys interacting with our clients, meeting your pets as she escorts you to an exam room, and working to meet your furry friend's needs over the phone, through our app, or email. 

Angie's family includes her husband, three children, and their dogs Lola, Nala, and Rousey. 

(Pictured with Ozzy)

Sommer Clapham, Veterinary Receptionist

Sommer joined our team in 2022 after first getting to know us as a client. Sommer has worked in several different industries, and had previously worked at another veterinary clinic. So, when a position opened up with GCVH she was very excited have the opportunity to get back into working in a Veterinary office. Sommer loves meeting our patients, and getting to know their furry faces and human family members. 

Sommer is married and has two dogs, Desi and Remi. 

(Pictured with Gabe)

Kim Barnhill, Client Care

Kim joined The Grove City Veterinary Hospital's team in October 2016. She came to us after 20 years working in the corporate world. While she had no veterinary medicine experience, other than what she knew by caring for her own dogs, she fit right in as part of the team! Kim's positive attitude may greet you as you come into the office when she is working in the reception area, or she may be found assisting the veterinarian during your pet's exam. 

Kim is married to her husband Rich, and has an adult daughter Brittany who is engaged. They share their home with 5 dogs, all them are Beagle mixes. Penny, Milo, Rascal, Tucker, and Ruby. 

(Pictured with Penny and Ruby)



Sarah Patterson, Veterinary Assistant

Sarah joined our team in 2022. She came to us from another veterinary clinic where she had previously worked as a CSR.  Sarah's knowledge in veterinary care has grown so much since starting as a Veterinary Assistant with our team. 

Sarah shares her home with her long time boyfriend, and their Yorkshire Terrier named Hagrid



Hannah Milner, Veterinary Assistant

Hannah joined THE Grove City Veterinary Hospital team in May 2022. She is currently attending THE Ohio State University working towards her goal of becoming an Equine Veterinary Surgeon. Her free time is spent with her many animals. Hannah enjoys working with our pet parents and helping our feline and canine friends. 

(Pictured with Lilly)




Miranda Adams, Practice Manager

Miranda moved from Indiana in spring 2013 and joined the team at The Grove City Veterinary Hospital in May 2013. She came to us trained as a veterinary assistant and receptionist from her previous veterinary employer. She gained new skills here at GCVH, learning about surgery, and animal handling techniques, and animal body language. She loved the way that GCVH handles their patients in a kind, low stress, and fear free manner. 

Miranda eventually transitioned to working primarily as a client care specialist at our front desk. She enjoyed helping clients with their pet's care needs through phone conversations, or in person conversations. She really developed leadership skills, and started taking on new tasks and roles. She is now our practice manager and assists the team with day to day business, and still enjoys connecting with clients and their pets. 

Miranda and her husband Eric share their homestead with a variety of animals including a cat named Johnny, a Boxer named Gabe, and a flock of chickens, and a couple of dairy cows.  




Gimpy is our office cat. He was brought in by a kind person who found him in a farm field and noticed his limp.  The person who found Gimpy wasn't able to keep him, so Dr. Mayberry decided to make him our office cat. We took x-rays of his leg to try and determine the cause of his limp and discovered that his limp was caused by an old and healed injury to his foreleg. When the injury healed it caused his foreleg to be shorter than all his other legs, causing the limp. It took Gimpy many years to be learn to be a nice office cat. He still has an opinion about most things, and can often be heard vocalizing about how we aren't paying enough attention to him (in his opinion!) 

We believe that Gimpy is about 17 years old, though we don't know for sure. He has had some dental disease and has had to have some of his teeth extracted. You may see him wandering through the clinic or sitting near us to "supervise" our work.