Mill Veterinary Hospital
is a full service veterinary facility capable of providing comprehensive
healthcare to companion animals. The Hospital maintains that health
is not merely the absence of disease, pain, infirmity, abnormality,
or defect, but the state of optimal physical, mental,
and social well-being. The Hospitals doctors and staff
are therefore committed to assisting responsible owners in undertaking
those activities which will insure long-term companion animal
Mill Veterinary Hospital was established in 1993 by D. Marguerite
Adams, DVM. After securing a suitable location, Dr. Adams acquired
the necessary permits and was guided to the appropriate contractors
to totally renovate and fully equip the structure into a new 2,700
square foot hospital in about three months. Her motivation was
to provide a warm, friendly, state-of-the-art facility that would
serve the companion animal healthcare needs of the many friends/clients
who had prompted her initiative. In the spring of 2005, twelve
years after its opening, the Hospital expanded to 4,000 square
Mill Veterinary Hospital is pleased to offer comprehensive veterinary
healthcare to nearly 5,000 companion animals from Great Falls
and its surrounding areas. Its team of four dedicated, highly
experienced veterinarians and ten technical and administrative
members strive to exceed all clients animal healthcare expectations.
Hospital holds itself responsible for advising all clients as
to the state of their companion animals health and those
activities which are required to achieve and retain optimal well-being.
Complete, confidential records are maintained concerning client/patient
discussions. Staff members stand readily accessible to communicate
with and serve the needs of all clients with which the Hospital
has an on-going client/patient relationship. The Hospital strives
to provide the highest level of companion animal healthcare possible.
Hospital subscribes to the American Veterinary Medical Association's
(AVMA) code of ethics and pledges that "the choices of treatment
or animal care should not be influenced by considerations other
than the needs of the patient
." All Hospital fees are
based upon the quality and value of services provided. All
procedures are discussed with clients prior to courses of treatment
of the Hospital are known for the intensely personal bond and
relationship they have with their companion animals, and the compatibility
they have with the Hospitals philosophy of healthcare. The
Hospital enjoys building a partnership with clients. Through that
partnership, a high level of client involvement emerges that encourages
close monitoring of the companion animals physical condition
and behavior, and fosters immediate reports of abnormalities or
suspect abnormalities so that the hospital staff may provide
advice and/or undertake initiatives to preclude compromises
to a companion animals health.
hours are by appointment only.
hours may be adjusted due to the pandemic:
8:00am to 5:00pm (Please call before an evening visit)
8:00am to 4:00pm
9:00am to 12:00 noon
calls are addressed for clients of the Hospital by the doctor
on call seven days a week. The Hospital will refer acute, critical
care cases to a fully staffed emergency care facility when it
is in the patient's best interests to do so.
Hospital is located just off Route 7 at:
Colvin Run Road
Great Falls, Virginia 22066
the Tysons Corner and Vienna area take Route 7 West. Turn
right at the second entrance to Colvin Run Road which is the first
right turn after the traffic light to Colvin Run Road.
Continue 0.3 miles and turn right into parking lot, and then proceed
to parking area on lower level.
Sterling take Route 7 East. After passing the Baron Cameron/Springvale
Road traffic light intersection, prepare to turn left on to Colvin
Run Road at the flashing yellow lights marking that intersection.
Continue 0.3 miles on Colvin Run Road, then turn right into parking
area and proceed on to lower level.
Colvin Run Road, Great Falls, VA