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Equine Surgery & Medicine provides mobile care to horses across South-Central Kansas. Whether your horse needs routine vaccinations or emergency services, we provide care right on your farm.

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Equine Veterinary Care & Diagnostic Services On Your Farm

Our mobile veterinary services are available to horse owners across South-Central Kansas. We have veterinary vehicles stocked with diagnostic tests, digital X-rays, ultrasound and endoscopy to help identify most medical issues without having to ship your horse to our facility. 

Not only do we offer mobile diagnostics, most of our medical services can be performed right on your farm. Whether you need us to provide routine preventive care, lameness evaluations, pre-purchase exams, therapeutic medicine, or emergency services, we've got you covered.

Daytime appointments for routine preventive care and medical services are available. We also offer 24/7 emergency care on your farm. If your horse sustains an injury or is showing signs of a life-threatening medical condition, call us immediately. 

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Our Mobile Service Area

Equine Surgery & Medicine offers mobile veterinary care to clients from across South-Central Kansas, including the following counties:

  • Butler
  • Cowley
  • Harper
  • Harvey
  • Kingman
  • Marion
  • McPherson
  • Reno
  • Sedgwick
  • Sumner

NOTE: If your area is not listed, feel free to contact us and we will let you know if our mobile services reach your area.

When Mobile Care is Not an Option

While we try to offer mobile care in as many situations as possible, there are certain times when it's simply not an option. If your horse requires a surgical procedure that cannot be performed standing or cannot safely be performed without a dedicated surgical team, you will be required to ship your horse to our Wichita hospital. 

There are also some services that require equipment that cannot be hauled to your farm. For example, if your horse needs aquatic therapy, they will need to come to our clinic to be able to use our water treadmill.

Emergency situations involving colic or those that may need emergency surgery are likely to need hospitalization and monitoring, so it is important to get your horse to our hospital as quickly as possible. In some cases, we may need to drive to you first to stabilize your horse before they can be safely transported. If you find yourself in an emergency situation, contact your veterinarian right away for advice. 

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Equine Surgery & Medicine is accepting new patients. Our team of veterinarians has been providing expert equine care since 1975. Get in touch with us today to book an appointment.

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