The Equine Services Hospital has been at the forefront of equine vet services and technology since 1979. For the past four decades, they have offered diagnostic and treatment services for their equine patients, while also serving their clients with a pragmatic approach to horsemanship and equine health. At the same time, they have consistently kept up with and contributed to the advancement of equine care and diagnostic services. From being the first Kentucky clinic to offer embryo transplantation in 1979 to their new MRI system that was another first for being able to routinely and consistently image the equine stifle.
While they do not market Coggins testing specifically on their website or provide instructions about submitting samples remotely, they do have a full in-house laboratory with numerous equine tests available. Local horse owners and veterinarians should be able to use Equine Services Hospital for all their equine diagnostic services, including basic regulatory Coggins test screening for equine infectious anemia. Their full diagnostic services also include digital radiology, ultrasonography, video endoscopy, nuclear scintigraphy, thermography, exercise endoscopy, and MRI.
Their staff of veterinarians are among the top professionals for interpreting diagnostic test results. They also have vet surgeons, board certified ophthalmologist, board certified radiologist and reproductive specialists. Their full staff of vet practitioners, interns, and technicians provide round-the-clock care and treatment. That said, the hospital’s primary goal is to use their diagnostic capabilities to establish a well-planned, comprehensive treatment plan and to restore the horse to the fullest potential possible.