Dr. Dana Gill was born and raised in Oklahoma City. At a young age she knew that caring for animals was her calling in life. She attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater where she earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Zoology and then her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She has enjoyed caring for the pets in Midwest City for 15 years at which time she started Cornerstone Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Gill started her veterinary career in Boulder, Colorado and then returned home to Oklahoma City. When Dr. Gill is not caring for animals, she enjoys outdoor activities- camping, hiking, water skiing, horseback riding and SCUBA diving. She and her husband, Clint, have two wonderful boys, three dogs, and one cat.
Our team of experts are dedicated to providing each of our patients with high-quality care so that they receive the best service possible in Oklahoma City.
Our staff is trained and knowledgeable about the latest procedures, tools, and techniques to properly care for our patients.
Each of our patients requires something different and we are focused on meeting their individual needs with a customized treatment plan.
Excellent service. They truly care for the animals.
Best vet I’ve ever had. Treat you and your pet like family.
The folks at Cornerstone are always nice and welcoming, they treat my animals with great care.
The staff is phenomenal. I brought in a stray cat with an injury and they helped him, and me, with love and at an overly reasonable price. Will be recommending them to everyone I know.
Best vet in town! The prices are super reasonable, and the staff is great! It really makes me feel at home when the staff knows who my dogs are. Dr. Gill is amazing! She truly cares for your animals, and not just about money. She is very through with her exams, and all the technicians are wonderful as well! I have only met Dr. Heck once, but she was super nice as well! Did not hesitate to answer any questions I had! 5 out of 5 stars would HIGHLY recommend this vet!
Dr. Gill is the best Veterinarian in town. Her passion for the animals health and her compassion makes her a great doctor. She is dedicated to finding the cause of symptoms rather than just treating symptoms. This is what sets her above others. Been seeing her exclusively for over 10 years.
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