Cherry Hill Veterinary Clinic will be closing on December 31, 2020 

I am writing this to let you know that, after much soul searching, I have decided to retire from full time practice and practice ownership.

This was a tough decision because I so love practicing in this pastoral environment. I feel blessed to have been able to work with such a wonderful staff and great clients (animal and human alike!) for the past 23 years since I opened Cherry Hill. Your patronage and support is why closing is such a painful decision. Because of you we grew into a viable country clinic almost entirely by word-of-mouth! But times have changed and it has become increasingly challenging to run a rural country practice. There is never a “best” time to choose to close a practice, but now should be the least disruptive time to close as it gives you several months to choose a new Veterinary Clinic before the coming spring.

Please make any final appointments for this year as soon as possible. Note that we are not seeing any new clients or new pets.

And please remember to come and pick up your pet’s records before we close in December. We would love to see you and there is no charge to pickup your records. If you can’t come by, call us and we can mail them to you for $25.  We will not be FAXing records except in urgent cases.

My staff and I would like to express our deep gratitude to you for entrusting your pet’s care to us over these many years. Please feel free to reach out to me or anyone on my staff with any questions or concerns regarding the continuation of care for your pet.

Warmest regards,

Dr. Mary Ann Gedymin and
The Cherry Hill Vet Clinic Staff:  Kim, Pearl, Cheri, Tara and Dr. Karen