The Internal Medicine Service at New Bolton Center is comprised of specialists in large animal internal medicine who are recognized internationally for their expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of medical disorders of all large animal species, and for their research on large animal diseases.
These specialists diagnose and treat animals with medical problems including neurologic, respiratory, gastrointestinal, muscular, infectious, hematologic, renal and endocrine disorders.
The Ophthalmology Service at New Bolton Center provides complete ocular examination and diagnostics including slit lamp biomicroscopy, tonometry, ophthalmoscopy, ocular ultrasound, and electroretinography.
The Ophthalmology Service treats eye conditions such as corneal ulcers, Equine Recurrent Uveitis, cataracts, and glaucoma. A full range of ocular surgery is offered for conditions including lid lacerations, deep corneal ulcers or perforations, periocular tumors, and cataracts.
- Amy Johnson, DVM, DACVIM (LA Internal Medicine, Neurology), Assistant Professor of Large Animal Medicine and Neurology
- Rose Nolen-Walston, DVM, DACVIM (LA Internal Medicine), Associate Professor of Medicine
- Nikki Scherrer, DVM, Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine and Ophthalmology
- Jon Palmer, VMD, DACVIM (LA Internal Medicine), Associate Professor of Medicine
Chief of Neonatal Intensive Care
- Corinne Sweeney, DVM, DACVIM (LA Internal Medicine), Professor of Medicine
Associate Dean for New Bolton Center
- Ray Sweeney, VMD, Section Chief, DACVIM (LA Internal Medicine), Professor of Medicine, Section Chief, Internal Medicine & Ophthalmology
- Andrew van Eps, BVSc, PhD, DACVIM, Associate Professor, Equine Musculoskeletal Research