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Lexington Equine Surgery and Sports Medicine opened its doors in January 2011. Our facility is dedicated to the care and well-being of the equine patient. It is designed to minimize biosecurity risks and maximize efficiency. To our clients, we are committed to providing the highest standard of equine health care available for fair and reasonable fees. We strive to maintain clear and active communications with our clients because our success is directly related to their success. The surgery facility includes two operating rooms, a radiology area, a room for standing surgeries, three induction recovery stalls, and a nine stall barn. Our imaging facility is home to a state of the art Nuclear Scintigraphy camera and the only standing MRI in the state of Kentucky!
At Lexington Equine Surgery & Sports Medicine, your horses are as important to us, as they
are to you!
Lexington Veterinarian | Lexington Equine Surgery & Sports Medicine
4270 Georgetown Road
Lexington, KY 40511
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