Make a Gift
The support of generous donors who share our passion for equine medicine and wellness benefits every client and patient who walk through our hospital doors. Innovative technologies, equipment, and facilities made possible through that support enhance our hospital's diagnostic and treatment capabilities and allow us to continue providing premier medical care for the region, including compassionate care for those in need.
EMC Emergency and Critical Care Service
The shortage of equine veterinarians has seriously affected the availability of primary and emergency care for horses throughout the United States and beyond. To combat this at the center, the creation of a new emergency and critical care service has been implemented to improve the lives of our equine clinicians while ensuring emergency care is available at all times for our clients. Donations are essential to help get this program up and running until it becomes self-sufficient.
Support the Strategic Plan
Join the leadership at the EMC by supporting our new strategic plan, Reaching New Heights. The strategic plan focuses on the future of equine health by laying out new service needs, faculty and staff support, facility upgrades, and more. By supporting the strategic plan, you support the greatest needs for the growth of the center and help us reach new heights.
EMC Compassionate Care Program
The Compassionate Care Fund provides financial support for horses whose owner may not be able to afford essential treatment on their own. Your gift can make a difference in providing life-saving care to equines throughout the community.
Visit the the Make a Gift page for more information on college priorities, ways to give beyond cash, featured donor highlights, and more!
The Equine Medical Center was created in 1984 through a gift from the late Marion duPont Scott, a philanthropist and thoroughbred horse breeder, and through the donation of 200 acres of land at Morven Park from the Westmoreland David Memorial Foundation.
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