Sure thing. I take him to the Banfield Clinic at Petsmart. I know, I know, I was skeptical of "corporate vetting" at first too, but we decided to give it a try and I have been very impressed.
The other benefit we saw to it was that if we weren't home and something happened to him, there is usually a Petsmart closeby. But, whereas I am very pleased with the Banfield in my town, when I was visiting my folks up in MD last winter, Fletch's neuter incision got infected. So we drove to the nearest Banfield, 45 minutes away, got there, told the vet tech he had an infection in his incision, she looked at me blankly and said "Well we can't get him in till next week." Ended up shelling out $100 at a local vet for office fee, first-time patient fee, and antibiotics when I would have only paid for antibiotics with Banfield. I was disappointed because I have never had trouble with walk-ins at the one in Charleston, and it is inexcusable to "wait till next week" to treat an infection!!
So, I can recommend the Banfield in Charleston with no hesitation whatsoever, but I'd talk to a few clients at the one in your area before signing up. If you hear good things about the vet, go for it, because it is so much more affordable.