Dear Valued Clients,      

Cross River Veterinary Service and All Points Equine are excited to announce our formation of an “on-call co-op” to provide our clients with high-quality emergency care, 24/7. Starting January 8, 2022, the doctors of CRVS and All Points Equine will be sharing on-call duties across both practices on a rotational basis. This means if your animal requires after-hours care, you will still reach out to your practice’s answering service as usual. They will get you in touch with the doctor on-call, who will be from either All Points Equine or Cross River Veterinary Service. As with any emergency we attend, payment will be due at time of service, and this will be paid to the practice who attends your emergency. Once we have resumed normal business hours, your animal’s case will be transferred back to your usual veterinarian for follow-up care.

As many of our clients know, we are currently short-staffed in terms of veterinary help at both practices. This means our doctors are stretched thin when providing both daytime and after-hours care to our patients. Unfortunately, our situation is similar to many other veterinary practices in the country. By forming this co-op, we hope our doctors receive the rest and time-off needed to continue providing the high-quality veterinary care to which you are all accustomed. We ask for your patience and cooperation as we transition into this new co-op, and we appreciate any feedback during this process.

MEET THE DOCTORS – please help welcome any new faces you see during after-hours visits!

Dr. Megan Eick, DVM graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her clinical year at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed a one-year rotating internship at Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center in Ringoes, NJ before joining Cross River Veterinary Service in 2014. Her professional interests include reproduction, neonatology, lameness, and all aspects of equine medicine.

Dr. Kelly Corcoran, VMD graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine and then completed a year-long Field Care Internship at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, KY. She returned home to the Poconos to join Cross River Veterinary Service in 2017. Her professional interests include equine reproduction and neonatology, emergency medicine, and preventative care, and sports medicine.

Dr. Tera Ramig graduated from the University of Wisconsin School Of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. She launched All Points Equine LLC with Dr. Fenstermacher in 2012. Her areas of interest include equine reproduction, geriatric care, and small ruminants.

Dr. Kristen Fenstermacher is a Lehigh Valley native who has been practicing large animal medicine since 2008 She graduated from the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Veterinary Medicine. Her veterinary interests include sports medicine, surgery, and chiropractic services.

We all thank you during this time of transition and hope to be able to provide the best of care for all of your animals.  Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns!

The Medical Teams of All Points Equine and Cross River Veterinary Service.

Cross River Veterinary Service



All Points Equine                                                                             



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