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At Highland Veterinary Clinic, our motto is "Compassionate, Innovative, and Accessible Care for Pets, Families, and Our Community" because our priority is to always serve the human & animal bond by building a solid patient/doctor relationship with our patients and their human guardians.
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Dr. Gregg Gormley
Evansville Veterinarian | Highland Veterinary Clinic | (812) 867-6651
6805 Darmstadt Road
Evansville, IN 47710
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"Visited Highland for the first time today and Dr Gormley and his staff were so kind, compassionate and professional… even with my 15lb anxious/aggressive demon cat. I never imagined I'd be able to find a vet who would treat her with care and tender hearts even through all the yowling and screeching, but they were wonderful. Thank you so much for treating Reese and being so patient and thorough with your explanations.!"
Emily Woods H. / Evansville, IN