The Long Island Equine Medical Center P.C.

‘MEDICAL, DIAGNOSTIC & SURGICAL EXCELLENCE SINCE 1980’

(631) 427-2213

300 West Hills Road
Huntington Station, NY 11746

News

  • Booyah: A Success Story

    We are very impressed with the vet. Dr. Beroza was terrific.” Beroza took a very conservative approach.

  • Barbaro In Tribute

    Barbaro In Tribute written by Gregory Beroza, D.V.M.

  • The Equine Herpes Storm

    While the winter weather of 2006-7 has so far been mild; contrarily, the equestrian world has been rocked with a naturally transmitted viral storm of historic proportions. This winter, a virulent strain of Equine Herpes Virus, better known as EHV-1, hit the eastern seaboard hard and the storm may be intensifying. Equine herpes is not …

  • Barbaro Stable After Surgery

    Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro recovered from surgery on Sunday, May 21 after breaking down in his right rear leg during the Preakness Stakes. The fracture was particularly severe and, due to the value of Barbo estimated at $30 million dollars every attempt will be made to save him.

  • Sesamoid Injury Can Mean Disaster

    The Weekly Newsmagazine of Thoroughbred Racing, Volume 21, Number 51 written by Gregory Beroza, D.V.M.

  • West Nile – Protecting Your Horse

    Learn about the West Nile Virus (WNV), how the West Nile Virus spreads, how to protect your animals and clinical signs of West Nile Virus in Horses.

  • Stress, Colic and Baseball

    The Weekly Newsmagazine of Thoroughbred Racing, Volume 21, Number 18 written by Gregory Beroza, D.V.M.