About Us
History
Large Animal Medicine and Surgery, PA was opened on January 1, 1980. Dr. Andy Gardner began the practice as a mobile clinic for large animals in the Salisbury area treating horses, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and exotic animals. The practice grew and in 1986 a state-of-the-art hospital facility was built to allow for more in-depth medicine and surgery.

Facilities
Large Animal Medicine and Surgery (LAMS) has fully equipped mobile units as well as a hospital facility. The mobile units are used to provide care for animals on the farm. The hospital has an equine treatment area with stocks, laboratory, and surgery/recovery suite. There are stalls for hospitalized patients as well as an isolation area. The hospital also has a cattle area with a chute system.

Hours/Emergency Services
LAMS is open from 8am - 6pm Monday through Friday and from 8am - 1pm on Saturday for appointments. LAMS provides complete emergency service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Team
There are currently three experienced veterinarians at LAMS. There is one full-time technician, one part-time technician, and one full-time office administrator.

Associations
Large Animal Medicine and Surgery is affiliated with the following associations:


Externships
Large Animal Medicine and Surgery regularly provides veterinary students with complete externships to further their knowledge of large animal veterinary medicine. For more information about externships please call 704-637-0546.



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