Dr. Brittany Carter-Stewart grew up in Columbus, OH. She knew she wanted to become a veterinarian at the age of 12, when she helped her cat give birth. She graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2014, where she made the dean’s list for most semesters and was a resident advisor for two years. In addition, she volunteered with the Access to Animal Related Careers vet program at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine and conducted research while working at a general practice and emergency room for five years. She was a speaker at the MCVMA RISE conference in 2021. Dr. Carter-Stewart received the SAVMA Senior Student Service Award when she graduated from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2023. She values knowing she is simultaneously helping animal lives while proving to kids who look like her that they can do this too. Her interests include small animal emergency, surgery, and practice ownership. She joined our team in June 2023 and hopes to own an urgent care facility one day.
Dr. Carter-Stewart is a member of the National Association for Black Veterinarians, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association and the Dr. J.H. Bias Black Affinity Group. She is also a proud member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated.
Dr. Carter-Stewart shares her home with Patches, an American pit bull terrier and Cece, a Boston terrier/chihuahua mix, who she calls her heart and her headache. She aspires to owning a few farm animals later in life. Dr. Carter-Stewart enjoys spending her free time with friends and family, gardening, being outdoors and cooking. She also loves playing volleyball and boxing.