Dr. Elizabeth Logan
Dr. Elizabeth Logan graduated from The Ohio State University with her degree in veterinary medicine in 1993 and joined the team at Norton Road Veterinary Hospital in 1998. Her primary fields of interest include behavior medicine and geriatric feline medicine. In 2000, WBNS 10 TV surveyed 100’s of Central Ohio veterinarians to see whom they would trust to see their pets during a medical emergency and Dr. Logan was chosen to receive this prestigious recognition. During the same year, the ASPCA awarded her with the Vet of the Year Award. Dr. Logan is a member of The American Veterinary Medical Association, The Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, The American Society of Feline Practitioners, The House Rabbit Society, The Columbus Academy of Veterinary Medicine and The American Society of Animal Behavior. Dr. Logan resides in Grove City with her two daughters, her deaf and visually impaired Australian Shepherd (Captain), her rescued chihuahua (Daffodil) and many cats. Her personal interests include participating in her kids extra-curricular activities, volunteering for Colony Cats and Dogs (a local rescue group) and reading.
Dr. Susan Borders grew up in Medina, Ohio and graduated from The Ohio State University in 1998. Upon graduation she started her professional career working on both small and large animals. She has been part of the Norton Road Veterinary Hospital team since October 2000. She purchased the practice with Dr. Logan in 2004 from Dr. Richard Nelson, the founding owner. Her special areas of interest include dentistry and exotic animal medicine. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians and the House Rabbit Society. She is the past President of the Columbus Academy of Veterinary Medicine. Currently she volunteers her time as a member of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association's Public Relations committee and on the advisory board of the Stanton Foundation at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2008, the Humane Society of Madison County awarded her with the Bonzai award, their highest honor, in recognition of her service to the homeless animals of Madison County. She stays busy taking care of her rescued dog, Bear as well as one cat, two guinea pigs and two hermit crabs. In her free time she enjoys exercising and spending time outdoors on her mini-farm with her husband and daughter.
Dr. Susan Borders
Dr. Nicholas Jew
Dr. Nicholas Jew (pronounced “Joe”) graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in veterinary medicine after receiving a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. His primary interests include: reptile medicine & surgery and companion animal surgery. Dr. Jew is a member of the Association of Reptile & Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV), the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and the Columbus Academy of Veterinary Medicine (CAVM). He is currently the Vice President of CAVM. Dr. Jew feels strongly that working with specialized reptilian patients requires a two-way partnership with the family. Dr. Jew lives in Clintonville with his wife & daughter, two dogs (Mozzie and Trudy), and three cats (Elliot, Foley, & Lucy). His hobbies include: fencing, fishing, and enjoying a good book when he has time.
Dr. Kayla Sands
Kayla Sands is a new associate veterinarian at Norton Road Veterinary Hospital, joining the practice in August of 2019. She has pursued a nearly lifelong love of animals and passion for veterinary medicine starting with an honors B.S. in zoology from the Ohio State University, during which time she was also a member of TBDBITL. After her time at OSU, Dr. Sands continued her education with the University of Edinburgh for veterinary school, obtaining a BVM&S in 2018. She has interest in not only small animal medicine, surgery, and dentistry but also exotic pets (small mammals, reptiles, birds, etc) and animal behavior. Dr. Sands is Fear Free certified and hopes very much to improve the veterinary visit experience for all her patients. After spending a year working in Cleveland she has moved to Columbus to join her fiancee. Outside of the veterinary world, Dr. Sands enjoys playing viola, reading, skiing, and hiking. She is very excited to get to know the patients and clients at Norton Road Veterinary Hospital, and provide a high standard of care and compassion for many species!