Colorado Equine Clinic is a full service equine veterinary hospital located in Roxborough, CO. The practice has been running for 30+ years.
We spend 50% of the time in the hospital with patients and 50% ambulatory at field appointments. We are also available for 24/7 emergencies.
Dr. Barbara Page is the owner of the practice and is also a certified farrier and chiropractor. She focuses on Sports Horse Medicine, soundness, and preventative medicine.
We utilize high-quality diagnostic equipment as well as regenerative medications and therapies.
In addition to equine medicine, we recently opened a full-service primary care small animal practice
Staffing Number and Tasks: The staff includes 2 veterinarians, 1 office manager, 1 part-time receptionist, 1 bookkeeper, 1 part-time marketing administrator, 1 full-time certified veterinary technicians, 1 full-time non-certified veterinary technician, and a ranch manager
Colorado Equine Clinic is committed to providing the highest quality medical and surgical care for our patients and compassionate service for clients. Forty percent of the equine workload is lameness/chiropractic/podiatry, 40% wellness, 20% miscellaneous. The small animal load is split 40% surgery and 60% wellness.
Facilities: Colorado Equine Clinic is a 6000 square foot facility located on 35 acres with 1 barn with 5 stalls, a separate isolation barn, 8 paddocks, 1 round pen, 1 outdoor arena, and a 40-foot x 80 foot elevated soundness evaluation pad for prepurchases and soundness evaluation. The main hospital consists of 1 exam room with stocks, an indoor covered exam area with stocks, 1 radiology room, 1 surgical suite with a separate induction/recovery stall, a laboratory with hematology, chemistry, EIA and cytology. Equipment includes a 3-meter video endoscope, 2 digital abdominal/tendon ultrasound, arthroscopic equipment, sevoflurane gas machines, 1 repro ultrasound, 2 portable x-ray units, digital x-ray unit, ECSW therapy, power dental equipment (Power float); 2 fully equipped ambulatory vehicles.
Names of Veterinarians in Practice including any Specialty Qualifications:
Barb Page, DVM, IVCA (International Veterinary Chiropractic Certification); Michael Haverkate, DVM
Case Load: 500 in house and 3000 ambulatory cases/year.
An average weekly caseload includes 4 lameness evaluations, 30 ambulatory visits, 1 surgery, 10 wellness check-ups, 3-5 emergencies
Types of cases: The types of cases seen are lameness ( 40%), general medical issues ( 15%); surgery (10%); reproduction (10%), dentistry (25%).
Starting the summer of 2020, we at CEC are looking to add some excellent externs to our team. We are looking for students with a passion for horses and a strong desire to learn. Externships will be one-two weeks and housing is available if needed. Please send inquiries, letter's of intent, and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary Contact Person: Sam King