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Oklahoma State University

Herd Health/Production Medicine

Ambulatory Services

The OSU Food Animal ambulatory service provides full service veterinary care for food animal patients. Services offered include diagnostic and treatment services for individual animals, herd health practices including calf processing and pregnancy diagnosis, obstetrics, disease outbreak investigation and herd management consultation.

The ambulatory service is also available for after-hours emergency services whenever needed. Service for individual animal cases is typically restricted to within 20-25 miles of Stillwater, but larger scale herd work and management consultation can occur anywhere within the state.

The ambulatory service is staffed by experienced board-certified clinicians along with senior veterinary students.

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Dr. John Gilliam with the CVHS ambulatory truck.