Do you have an equine health question or need equine veterinary advice?
Submit a question to us and one of our vets will respond with a video answer which will be posted on our facebook page!
Please send your questions to email@example.com or message us on our facebook page (you can remain anonymous).
We look forward to hearing from you!
Tuesday 1st March 2016
Doors Open 6.30pm / Prompt 7pm Start
Venue: Liphook Equine Hospital, Forest Mere, Liphook, GU30 7JG
Katherine King REVN
Katherine is our Head Clinic Nurse and has over 12 years experience in equine veterinary nursing. She will introduce the evening by discussing the Clinic Nurse role including theatre nursing and emergency x-raying.
Julian is our Yard Manager and has over 5 years experience. He will guide us through what happens when your horse is admitted into the hospital, plus all aspects of being a yard nurse: from the daily care of our inpatients including intensive care nursing, to the different types of treatments and dressing changes.
Lizzie Atkins REVN
Lizzie is our Deputy Head Clinic Nurse and has over 16 years experience in equine veterinary nursing. She will be advising us on what is takes to become a qualified Equine Veterinary Nurse (EVN).
Plus an interactive tour and a behind the scenes look with the nurses around the hospital
To reserve your FREE place, please call our reception team on: 01428 723594, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Winter E-Newsletter has just gone out, did you get a copy? If you didn’t and would like to subscribe, please email email@example.com.
We hope you enjoy the newsletter which keeps you informed of all our news and events, plus special offers and healthcare information about your horse, pony and donkey.
Our very own Tim Adams is heading off to Morocco at the end of this month to run the Marrakech marathon (http://www.marathon-marrakech.com/en/)
He will be running in aid of SPANA (Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad), which works to improve the welfare of working horses and donkeys in the world’s poorest countries in Africa and the Middle East.
We wish him the very best of luck and will keep you in touch with how he does!
Further details can be found at:
Do you have any members of the practice that would be interested in attending our Essentials of Equine Practice course?
This is a 3-day residential course held at Dunford House in Midhurst, and at the Liphook Equine Hospital. The course is aimed for recent graduates and more experienced colleagues wishing to refresh their knowledge of general equine practice. The course is also suitable for final year veterinary students. The course focuses exclusively on what you need to know in ambulatory equine practice and has a very practical emphasis.
There is a charge of £495 which includes 2 nights’ accommodation, food and entertainment for all 3 days.
For further information please click here.
If you would like to book a place (or places), please complete a booking form. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
First of all, a very happy new year to you all! We thought it would be a nice idea to update and share with you our plans and news for 2016.
We’re celebrating 40 years in business!
Founded in 1976 by John Walmsley and Jeremy Mantell, Liphook Equine Hospital has grown to become one of the largest specialist equine veterinary practices in the UK, with a team of over 80 staff. Today we continue to grow and develop, and we look forward to continued success for the next 40 years!
With the new year now upon us, we are working hard to complete the set up for our new CT Scan (Computed Tomography), which we hope to have up and running within the next few weeks. We are proud to be one of very few equine hospitals in the UK that will have the facilities to carry out CT imaging both in the standing horse and under general anaesthesia. The CT Scanner will be the only large bore (bariatric) CT scanner available for use in horses in the UK.
Liphook Equine Hospital has provided ‘in house’ laboratory services for more than 30 years and expanded in 1999 to provide a postal laboratory service for other practices. The service has expanded to a team of 3 European and RCVS specialist vets supported by 10 highly experienced laboratory staff. The laboratory has now outgrown its current area in the hospital, and so work has begun for a new bigger laboratory which will still be on site.
We plan to hold another open day this year for everyone to come and see the recent developments at the hospital. Date to be confirmed!
We will be holding more client evenings throughout the year with a range of topics. More details to follow soon!
Once again we are happy to arrange hospital tours for local riding groups, pony clubs or other groups during weekday evenings. If you are interested please contact Tasha Wilson via e-mail at email@example.com or telephone on 01428 723594.
We are excited to share our progress with you, so stay tuned for future updates and all our news by following us on Facebook and visiting our website at www.theleh.co.uk.