Antu Radhakrishnan, DVM, DACVIM-SAIM

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine – Small Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Radhakrishnan earned his Bachelors of Science in Philosophy from The University of Chicago and earned his veterinary degree from the University of Georgia. After graduating from vet school, Dr. Radhakrishnan completed an internship and residency through the University of Georgia which lead him to become a board-certified internist in small animal veterinary medicine. His clinical interests include minimally invasive procedures, endoscopy, laparoscopy, and interventional radiology including stent placement. In his free time, Dr. Radhakrishnan enjoys spending time with his family, reading, playing guitar, and playing soccer. He owns many animals, including 4 small breed dogs ChaCha, Puppy, Dazey, and Skippy, a rabbit, Mia, a hedgehog, Magic, 5 rabbits, and a hamster.

Erica Ossi, DVM, CVA, CHT-V

Veterinary Acupuncturist and Hyperbaric Technologist

Dr. Ossi earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry and Textile Chemistry from North Carolina State University. She initially worked for GlaxoSmithKline (GLK) as an analytical chemist for 2 years before pursing her veterinary degree from North Carolina State University. She completed a 1-year internship at Ocala Equine Hospital and began her veterinary career on the racetrack, working at Delaware Park Racetrack and later, Churchill Downs for over 7 years.

Dr. Ossi later earned her Acupuncture Certification and as she made the move into small animal medicine, her clinical interests blossomed into rehabilitation, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, acupuncture, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and pain management.

She has since earned her Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Certification and is finishing up her Canine Rehab Practitioner Certification. In her free time, Dr. Ossi enjoys spending time with her animals, completing home improvement projects, and listening to live music. She is a mother to 2 off-track Thoroughbreds, 3 Kunekune pigs, 4 mixed breed dogs, and 3 cats.

Jason Clark, DVM

Ophthalmology in conjunction with Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Services

Dr. Clark earned his undergraduate degree from Birmingham Southern College and attended veterinary school at Auburn University. He completed an internship with Alabama Veterinary Specialists in 2007 and performed his residency through Eye Care for Animals in 2010 before becoming a board-certified ophthalmologist. His clinical interests include corneal diseases.

To schedule an ophthalmology appointment with Dr. Clark at BVS+AE, please call Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists & Animal Emergency at (502) 266-7007.