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MVMA Fall CE - Equine Emergency Medicine in the Field
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When: 10/18/2020
12:00 PM
Where: Online Via Zoom
United States
Contact: 508-460-9333

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2020 MVMA Fall CE Event



Equine Emergency Medicine in the Field

Mark Reilly, DVM, DABVP, MBA 


Sunday, October 18, 2020

Online interactive CE via Zoom

8:30 am - 12:30 pm

4 CE credits


Member Rate: $120
Non-Member Rate: $200


Equine practitioners are still faced with being on call every night and determining what must be seen, or does not need to be seen based on a phone call with an attendant by the patient’s side some distance away. Emergency cases will be presented in the format of those requiring urgent care versus those that should be seen the same day. Additionally, the presentation will discuss different models of offering emergency services.


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Session is approved for INTERACTIVE credit towards MA veterinary licensure.

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Coffee and Conversation
Join us before the event starting at 7:30am for coffee and conversation with Wedgewood Pharmacy.  

All attendees are invited to tune into a conversation with our sponsor before the CE begins. Refreshments will be mailed to all registrants!





About the speaker



Mark T. Reilly, D.V.M, Diplomate ABVP (Equine) is originally from Massachusetts. After attending the University of New Hampshire and earning a B.S. in Animal Science, he went on to Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating in 1991, Dr. Reilly went to work on the East coast horse Standardbred racing circuit with Dr. Richard Kester. He spent time working in the New York/New Jersey area and winters in southern Florida. He then moved on to Delaware Park with racing Thoroughbreds and racing Arabian horses, before landing on Cape Cod where he ultimately established a large animal ambulatory practice in 1995. In 1997, he combined his equine practice with a small animal practice, forming Mid-Cape Animal Hospital. For the next 8 years, Dr. Reilly traveled to Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod, and southeastern Massachusetts for farm calls throughout most of the year. Winters were spent in Florida working on young racehorses in training, as well as on horses competing at the Wellington Winter Equestrian Festival. After searching for a location to establish an equine hospital, construction began in the spring of 2005 in Plympton. The full-service South Shore Equine Clinic & Diagnostic Center opened its doors in January 2006.


Dr. Reilly is certified as a Diplomate by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP) specializing in Equine Practice. ABVP Diplomate status is granted under the approval of the American Board of Veterinary Specialties, an official committee of the American Veterinary Medical Association. While other veterinary specialties focus on specific disciplines or organ systems (e.g. ophthalmology, cardiology, etc.), ABVP diplomates demonstrate excellence in all areas of specialty care of the total patient. Currently there are less than 100 veterinarians that are certified Equine ABVP diplomates in the Unites States. Dr. Reilly is one of only a few ABVP certified equine private practitioner in New England.


Dr. Reilly's has spent the past 30 years working on competitive horses of all disciplines. His professional interests are pre-purchase evaluations, lameness/poor performance issues (feet/shoeing, cardiac issues, joint injuries, airway endoscopy, IRAP, Stem Cell, PRP), LASER surgery, respiratory disease, diagnostic imaging (x-rays, gastroscopy, ultrasonography, MRI), preventative health care, and internal medicine. He has been president of the Cape Cod Veterinary Medical Association, as well as chairman of the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association Large Animal Committee. In addition, Dr. Reilly served many years on the AAEP Membership Development Committee.


Dr. Reilly has presented numerous papers at the annual international conventions for equine practitioners (AAEP).  He has spoken on medical and surgical techniques, as well as business principles and associates in veterinary practice. In 2017, he was the Distinguished Visiting Coughlin Professor speaking at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine Annual Conference.  For many year, Dr. Reilly was a lecturer at Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in the anatomy department where he lectured on the foot and hoof as well as instructed live horse anatomy laboratories. At the South Shore Equine Clinic, he enjoys participating in the annual horse owner lecture series held every winter at the clinic.


In 2017, Dr. Reilly completed his MBA.  He now offers business consulting and coaching services to other professionals and organizations.  When not spending time with his wife and two children, Dr. Reilly can be found on the beach or at any number of Boston sports venues cheering on his teams.





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