Noah’s Animal Hospital Carmel is moving to a larger space in Noblesville • Current Publications

By Chris Bavender

Noah’s Animal Hospital Carmel is moving to Noblesville. Along with moving the 146th Street location, the veterinary practice will change its name to Noah’s Animal Hospital North.

“We have so many fantastic Hamilton County customers and their pets that we’ve simply outgrown the 146th Street space,” said Jennifer Judd-Hoskins, director of marketing at Noah’s. “We’ve been at the Carmel site since 2013, and with such growth in the area, we needed to expand as well.”

The Noblesville location at 5691 Pebble Village Ln., which will open July 6, was chosen to accommodate the firm’s growing client base. Noah’s sees over 7,300 patients a year.

“We searched for quite a while and found space (Noblesville) would be the best fit,” Judd-Hoskins said.

Noah’s is a full-service animal health facility offering preventative care, diagnostics, dentistry, surgery, grooming and more. The new Pebble Brooke Village space will offer more amenities than the current location.

“More exam rooms, more parking, more in general,” Judd-Hoskins said. “We hope to add additional services to this location in the near future, so stay tuned.”

The team has three veterinarians. Dr. Christine Ostermeyer has been with the practice since 1999; Dr. Rhonda Katter joined Noah’s in 2015; and Dr. Sarah Blair started in 2016. Twelve other team members include veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants and customer service representatives.

“We hope to grow the team down the road, but not immediately after the move,” Judd-Hoskins said. “Our customers will always be able to see the smiling faces of Drs. Ostermeyer, Blair and Katter, as well as the other 12 amazing team members.

A grand opening event will take place later in the year.

Benjamin M. Yerger