- Open 7 Days a Week
- Routine and Emergency Care
- Friendly, Experienced Drs & Staff
- Full Service Grooming
- New Patients Always Welcome!
- 24-Hour Vet
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Grooming
- Animal Microchipping
- Emergency Veterinary Clinic
- Exotic Animal Vet
- Reptile Vet
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital has been serving Columbus and the surrounding communities since 1976. Our veterinarians have established a reputation for high quality medicine, compassionate care, and forming a lasting bond with our patients, clients, and the community.
As part of the VetCor family of hospitals, we benefit from the medical expertise, equipment and facility resources, and employee talent of a national network of veterinary hospitals. At the same time, our hospital retains the unique character and identity that it is known for in our community.
Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital will deliver an outstanding experience for both you and your pet.
Lisa Antas, DVM
Dr. Antas has been practicing at Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital for several years and is our Chief of Staff. She grew up in Hamilton, New Jersey, and now currently resides in Shamong, New Jersey. She received her undergraduate degree from Rutgers' Cook College in 1996 and her DVM from Cornell in 2000. While she was in vet school Dr. Antas worked at our hospital as a veterinary technician. We feel so lucky to have such an outstanding Chief of Staff treating our beloved patients here at Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital!
Dr. Antas focuses on general medicine and ultrasound, and providing outstanding care to all of her patients and their families. Outside of work Dr. Antas likes to play sports, hike and spend time at the beach. She also enjoys spending free time with her friends, family and especially her son, Alex. Dr. Antas also has two pets, a Golden Retriever named Nicki and a kitty named Darby.
Howard Redlus, DVM
As many of our loyal clients know, Dr. Redlus has been practicing at Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital for many years. He grew up in Newark, New Jersey, and currently resides in Westampton, New Jersey. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University in 1964 Dr. Redlus went on to earn his DVM from Cornell University in 1968. He then practiced at Bryan Animal Hospital and then Dairy Performance Consultants before coming here to establish Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital in 1976. Thanks to his hard work and vision, the Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital is able to offer you and your pet high quality medicine and excellent customer service.
Dr. Redlus has a special interest in surgery and believes in delivering the best possible care for his clients and their pets. Outside of work he enjoys spending time playing golf. Dr. Redlus also likes to spend his free time with his family and two black labs named Ripley and Geiger.
Marian Boden, DVM
Dr. Boden has been an associate veterinarian at Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital for several years. She grew up in central Pennsylvania and currently resides in Hainesport, New Jersey. Dr. Boden received her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown in 1991 and her DVM from University of Pennsylvania in 1996. In addition to practicing at North East Animal Hospital, Dr. Boden has also spent time practicing at several other veterinary hospitals in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Boden's medical interests include emergency medicine and she appreciates establishing close relationships with her clients and their pets. Dr. Boden spends her leisure time gardening, watching movies and traveling. She also enjoys being with her friends and family as well as her pets, which include several dogs, cats and fish.
Kelly Stephan, DVM
Dr. Stephan, who joined Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital in 2005, grew up in Cream Ridge, New Jersey, and currently resides in Yardville, New Jersey. She received her undergraduate degree from Georgian Court College in 2000 and her DVM from Mississippi State University in 2005.
Dr. Stephan's medical interests include internal and feline medicine. She truly believes in delivering the best possible care for her clients and their pets. Dr. Stephan spends her leisure time exercising, taking day trips and traveling. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family as well as her pets, which include 3 dogs and 2 cats.
Stassa Ferikes, DVM
Dr. Ferikes is one of Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital’s most recent additions, joining us in September of 2009. Growing up in Ashville, North Carolina, she now happily calls Haddon Heights, New Jersey her home. Dr. Ferikes received her undergraduate degree from Appalachian State University in May 2004 and then went on to earn her DVM from Tuskegee University, School of Veterinary Medicine in May 2008. Prior to joining our team, she has practiced at the Southern Ocean Animal Hospital in Tuckerton, NJ. She is very excited to meet all of her new clients and patients!
Dr. Ferikes has special interests in emergency medicine and surgery. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband Dr. Bergmann who is also a veterinarian for zoo, exotic and large animals. When not caring for their patients, they are staying active outdoors with their dogs, running, biking, camping and climbing. She and her husband also love entering running road and trail races throughout the year. Dr. Ferikes has two lovable rescued dogs (Mush, a hound mix and Leon, a chocolate lab) and a cute cat named Jack.
Jonathan Bergmann, DVM
Dr. Bergmann is another new addition to the Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital team, joining us in November 2009. Growing up in West Creek, NJ, he currently resides in Haddon Heights. He received his undergraduate degree from Delaware Valley College in 2004 and undertook his veterinary studies at Tuskegee University, earning his DVM in 2008. Prior to joining Columbus Central Veterinary Hospital, he practiced at the Southern Ocean Animal Hospital in Tuckerton, NJ.
Dr. Bergmann believes in giving the best medical care possible to his clients and the cherished members of their family. He has special interest in farm animals, zoo animals, pot-belly pigs and exotics. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife Dr. Ferikes and their two lovable rescued dogs (Mush, a hound mix and Leon, a chocolate lab) and a cute cat named Jack. He also enjoys running, biking and camping.