Giving to Hospitals and Clinics

24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Tufts' clinics and hospitals administer sophisticated medical and surgical care using a host of diagnostic tools and progressive therapies.

The Foster Hospital for Small Animals

In the Henry and Lois Foster Hospital for Small Animals more than 25,000 companion animals are cared for each year. To maintain the pinnacle of excellence in the medical care of our patients, our hospitals increasingly depend on the latest equipment and technology while also creating a comfortable and accommodating environment for our clients and patients. In an effort to meet and exceed growing client needs, we have undertaken a renovation of the Foster Hospital for Small Animals. To learn more, please see the Foster Hospital for Small Animals Renovation Plans page.

The Hospital for Large Animals

At our Hospital for Large Animals, we provide care to 1,750 horses, goats, llamas and other large animals each year. Through clinical studies in neonatal intensive care and equine sports medicine, we develop new knowledge to help animals just beginning their lives, and prevent and treat serious injuries to horses in their prime.

The Tufts Wildlife Clinic

Since 1983, the Tufts Wildlife Clinic has provided sophisticated health care for New England Wildlife. Designated by the US Fish and Wildlife Service as a center for the care of threatened and endangered species in New England, the Wildlife Clinic has become the regional center for the treatment of injured and diseased wildlife.

Further information about giving can be found on the Make a Gift Today page.