The University of Tennessee's $20.9 million expansion of its Veterinary Medical Center is nearly complete. The facility offers an Equine and Large Animal Hospital and Rehabilitation Center, an Orthopedic Diagnostic Center, a state-of-the art imaging center with spiral CT scan capabilities for large and small animals, and new space for its ambulatory field service. "What we want to do is have the facilities so people won't have to drive three or four hours to other facilities," said veterinarian Steve Adair, an associate professor of equine surgery. "Everything they need will be here at the University of Tennessee."
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