NEH has over 80 stables for in-patients. They are divided into two rows of day boxes and two barns.
Each of these stables has a separate air space, which allows horses from different stables to be admitted and discharged without coming into direct contact with one another.
These are used for more long term patients. One barn is dedicated to internal medicine cases; the other is for horses following surgery.
These stables allow us to admit patients requiring isolation from other horses. They are totally separated and well away from the main stables and the hospital building, have a separate access and are staffed by a completely different team when in use.
Horse owners or grooms find the yard office immediately after parking and unloading. From there, they get directed to the right department.