As well as being home to one of the leading reproductive and breeding facility programs in the Midwest, Abraham’s Equine Clinic conducts Equine Infectious Anemia Coggins testing and a wide range of equine diagnostic services. Sitting on 29 acres in southeastern Cedar Rapids, the hospital has an in-house laboratory, radiology suite, endoscopy, surgery suite, and reproductive center. Its infrastructure includes 6 barns with 48 stalls, including an intensive care unit and isolation barn, as well as 12 paddocks and 6 rolling pastures.
Abraham’s Equine Clinic focuses primarily on horse owners and vet practitioners in the surrounding areas. They do not provide information about submitting samples through the mail on their website. However, you can find several Client Forms with educational materials about their clinic’s services and practices.
Their in-house lab conducts Coggins (Equine Infectious Anemia) testing weekly as well as STAT testing services when needed for immediate results. They can quickly run routine blood panels including a complete blood count, serum biochemical profile, electrolyte panel, fibrinogen and thyroid testing. Among the other tests they provide are for fecal parasites and ulcer detection. PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) and IRAP (Interleukin-1 Receptor Antagonist Protein) are prepared in their lab in order to develop the best treatment plan as quickly as possible.
For high-quality diagnostic capabilities, many equine owners in Iowa take their horses to Abraham’s Equine Clinic.