2014 CVM News: Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists hires three accomplished horse surgeons
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This news item is about: Expanding its capacity to offer emergency and specialty care for horses, Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists (CRES) has hired three new equine veterinarians. As surgeons and emergency clinicians they will help build the new referral and emergency care practice, which opened in spring 2014 near the Belmont Racetrack backstretch in Elmont, N.Y. as an extension of the Cornell University Hospital for Animals. Dr. Kyla Ortved joins CRES as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Based in Elmont at the CRES facility, she will serve as equine surgeon and emergency clinician starting July 15. Dr. Samuel Hurcombe joins CRES as a Clinical Associate Professor and Specialist in Equine Emergency Surgery and Internal Medicine, and will manage emergency and critical care as well as internal medicine cases starting July 21.
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