Johnson Family Equine Hospital

Colorado State University

New construction of a 99,250 square foot equine teaching hospital for Colorado State University provides leading-edge teaching, research, and clinical services for equine veterinary medicine. The hospital provides new ways to perform surgery and take diagnostic images of equine patients, allowing them the best care in the region. The facility also provides outpatient care, along with internal medicine, surgery, reproduction, dentistry, dermatology, neurology, cardiology, rehabilitation, and CT scanning technology to evaluate equine patients while standing, reducing stress and minimizing risk. These features along with a future sports medicine component – featuring hydrotherapy and a proprioception track – set this facility apart as the top equine hospital in the region.

 

Fort Collins, CO

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