Ambulatory

The ambulatory division of Abington Equine Hospital has been open and seeing clients since August, 2016. AEH services the central Pennsylvania region, covering a 60 minute radius from our clinic for routine care, and 45 minute radius for emergency care. Clients outside of our call radius are welcomed to contact us and make arrangements to ship into our clinic for routine and emergency services.

The ambulatory service provides both general and specialized services. This includes digital radiography, sales repositories, ultrasonography, lameness examinations, joint injections, pre-purchase examinations, basic and advanced dentistry procedures, mare and stallion breeding soundness examinations, castrations, minor surgical procedures, neonatal medicine, ophthalmology, upper airway endoscopy, preventative medicine, and many others. Emergency service is provided 24 hours a day.

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Bradley Beck

Dr. Beth Ewaskiewicz

Dr. Beth Ewaskiewicz grew up in Connecticut as a horse-crazy kid riding Morgan horses with her neighbor. She went to Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, originally to be a music major, but ended up graduating with a degree in biology in 1994. Dr. Ewaskiewicz then went on to attend the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1998 with awards in Large Animal Medicine and Surgery. During veterinary school, she spent several summers as a Havermeyer Fellow, spending time working with equine behaviorist Dr. Sue McDonnell and helping out at the Behavior Research Lab and the Hofmann Center for Animal Reproduction.

After a one year internship at Rochester Equine Clinic, a medical and surgical referral center in Rochester, New Hampshire (now the Myhre Equine Clinic), she moved to the central Pennsylvania area to work as an equine veterinarian. Prior to joining Abington Equine Hospital, Dr. Beth has spent many years treating the horses of central PA as an associate veterinarian with Centre Equine Practice, and is interested in equine behavior, medicine, and reproduction. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family- her three children and her partner Robert, and all of their pets. She lives in Penns Valley, and continues to love music, playing violin with the Nittany Valley Symphony.

Fran Rowe

Dr. Fran Rowe, DVM

Dr. Fran Rowe grew up foxhunting and eventing in her home town of Lexington, Virginia. In 2016, she graduated from Roanoke College with a BS in Chemistry, then went on to earn her veterinary degree from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2020. Following graduation, Dr. Rowe completed a 1-year Equine Medicine and Surgery Internship at Unionville Equine Associates in Oxford, Pennsylvania. Having loved her time in PA during her internship, but also looking for somewhere that reminded her of home in the Shenandoah Valley, Dr. Rowe felt an instant connection with central PA and Centre County. She joined AEH in 2021, and couldn't be happier to have found a practice that shares her desire and dedication to provide outstanding veterinary care to every patient. In her free time, Dr. Rowe enjoys spending time outdoors, baking, and (of course) riding!