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There's always a lot going on at New Bolton Center. Here's where you can get all the news and learn about events that are coming up.


New Bolton Center News Stories

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New Bolton Can Admit Limited Types of Patients

New Bolton Center is admitting a limited number of patients whose management can be readily restricted to non-quarantined areas on the New Bolton Center campus.

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Update Regarding Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy (EHM) Quarantine at New Bolton Center

The University of Pennsylvania’s large animal hospital, New Bolton Center in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, continues to work with state authorities to respond to the EHV-1 situation identified on January 16, 2018.

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Statement Regarding Equine Quarantine at the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center

The University of Pennsylvania’s large animal hospital, New Bolton Center in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, is under a self-imposed equine quarantine for Equine Herpes Myeloencephalitis (EHM). New Bolton Center has canceled all elective, equine appointments pending further instructions from the regional state veterinarian. 


New Bolton Center in the News

  • Is My Horse Too Old for Colic Surgery?

    The HorseSaturday, Dec 21, 2019
    Dr Louise Southwood commented on a Penn Vet study looking at whether senior equines are at a higher risk when undergoing colic surgery than their younger counterparts.
  • Water Temperature and Horse Drinking Behavior

    The HorseMonday, Nov 18, 2019
    Dr Sue McDonnell sheds light on a New Bolton Center study that looks at how water temperature might affect how much a horse drinks.
  • Not Ours Goes from Kill Pen to YEH Reserve Champion

    The Chronicle of the HorseTuesday, Oct 22, 2019
    Dr Nikki Scherrer talks about the Cinderella story of "Ears," a horse who went from a kill pen to becoming a Young Event Horse Reserve Champion.

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