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Welcome to Equine Medicine Specialists of South Florida
Your Veterinarian in Wellington,FL

Equine Medicine Specialists is a veterinary practice providing internal medicine services to the horses of Southeast Florida since 2004.

Dr. Meg Miller Turpin, a board-certified specialist in equine internal medicine and her associate, Dr. Lisa Fultz (also board-certified in equine/large animal internal medicine) provide mobile specialized internal medicine services in Palm Beach, Martin, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties, Florida. Our referral practice can extend beyond these areas upon request.

Equine Medicine Specialists use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and their expertise and experience to work alongside your veterinarian to provide your horse with the best veterinary care. We believe a team approach, including consultation and collaboration with a specialist, can provide the best outcome in complex cases.

In addition to seeing patients on the farm or show grounds, Equine Medicine Specialists work closely with veterinarians at Reid and Associates Equine Clinic, Palm Beach Equine Clinic, Equine Services Ltd, and Rood and Riddle Equine Clinic in Wellington.

Meg Miller Turpin
(561) 386-4538

Lisa Fultz
(561) 512- 4462


Veterinary Hours

For Emergencies Please Call Us Between 8 AM - 4 PM


By Appointment Only


By Appointment Only


By Appointment Only


By Appointment Only


By Appointment Only


By Appointment Only



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