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In 2005 Dr. Sarah Oh took over the reins from Dr. Gerald as primary doctor at Abbott Animal Hospital. She went to Tucker High School and practically grew up at this office spending many of her high school and college days learning the ropes. Dr. Sarah graduated from University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She is member of the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association and the Korean Veterinary Society of America.
Dr. Gerald after 30 years of practice retired in 2005. While he no longer sees patients, he still drops by the hospital daily and remains part of the Abbott Animal hospital team. He is always nearby and frequently assists with surgery and translating for Korean clients.