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Dr. Jennifer Godman

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Dr. Jennifer Godman

Dr. Jennifer Godman is a North Carolina native. She is a graduate of North Carolina State University and the University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine. Following vet school, Dr. Godman completed a one-year hospital internship with Peterson & Smith Equine Hospital and a six-month Equine Internal Medicine Fellowship with Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Kentucky. This led to a three-year Residency in Equine Emergency & Critical Care at The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center. Her research focus was emergency abdominal surgery and laminitis. Following her residency, she spent time in Florida in private practice and completed the Equine Spinal Medical Manipulation (Chiropractor) course before returning home to join the Hassinger Equine Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation team. She is skilled in lameness, surgery to include post-op care, internal medicine, ultrasound, radiology, and emergency care. When she is not at the rehab center or on the road, Dr. Godman enjoys spending time with her family, two dogs Mojo and Toby, and her horse, Stormie.

Amy Hassinger

Dr. Jim Hassinger

© Hassinger Equine Service, 2023

450 Addor Road
Aberdeen, NC 28315


AMY hassinger

Amy Hassinger wears many hats! She is the Director of Marketing & Advertising for the vet practice and currently the Director of the Rehabilitation Clinic, focusing full-time on turning it into a world class rehab and conditioning venue. She is a graduate of Park University with a degree in Management and Finance. Her years of experience as a rider, trainer, stable manager and farm owner compliment Hassinger Equine's focus as a full service sports medicine and rehabilitation practice. Together, she and Dr. Hassinger are developing a practice focused on the practical needs of horse owners, riders and trainers.

DR. jim hassinger

Dr. Hassinger, Veterinarian, is a graduate of North Carolina State University and Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine. He has been actively practicing veterinary medicine for 25 years. In 2003, Dr. Hassinger narrowed his focus and opened Hassinger Equine Service in Aberdeen, NC as a sports medicine and performance centered practice dedicated to equine lameness, performance management, rehabilitation and imaging. "There has always been a need for a rehabilitation clinic, run by "horse people," to support the efforts of equine veterinarians nationwide." Dr. Hassinger is an active rider both at Hassinger Farm and at shows along the East Coast.