Lone Star Park Equine Hospital 24 hour emergency care
Dr. Wes Williams is a 1980 graduate of Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Williams continued his postgraduate education at U.C. Davis in a surgical internship and residency for five years. After leaving the University, Dr. Williams became a partner in one of the largest referral surgical facilities in Southern California, Chino Valley Equine Hospital, formerly owned by Dr. Bob Baker. Life was great in California, but his heart belonged to the Lone Star State. Dr. Williams moved back to Texas and was a partner at Las Colinas Veterinary Clinic for many years before moving his practice to Lone Star Park Equine Hospital.
Dr. Williams and wife Tracie, of 35 years, have three children. Jessica is a pharmacist who is currently continuing her education in a pediatric oncology residency. Ty is a practicing attorney at Ft. Worth Oil and Gas, and Jay is completing his last year at OSU in landscape architecture.
Dr. Williams’s personal interests include ranch work and cattle.
David Gilchrist, MVB, DVM
Dr. David Gilchrist is a 2006 graduate of the University College Dublin, Ireland College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, he began his internship with Lone Star Park Equine Hospital. He continued to work with LSPEH after his internship as an associate until December 2008. During his time at our hospital, Dr. Gilchrist received accreditation through the AVMA and obtained his D.V.M. status.
After working in Ireland in 2009, Dr. Gilchrist returned to LSPEH as an associate in January 2010 to help us provide ambulatory services/farm calls for the greater DFW area while continuing to see appointments at LSPEH as well. Dr. Gilchrist rode show jumpers in Ireland from an early age and from this experience has a great interest in equine sports medicine and lameness.
Dr. Genève Dundas received her DVM in January 2008 from Ross University and she completed her clinical year at Oklahoma State. She began her internship at LSPEH in July of 2008 and completed the Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates (ECFVG) in 2009. Dr. Dundas remains at LSPEH as an associate after completing her internship in July 2009.
During her time in Oklahoma, Dr. Dundas was exposed to the western performance world and greatly enjoyed learning about this discipline. Dr. Dundas also acquired a young Quarter Horse, Charlie, and started him while finishing veterinary school.
She strongly enjoys the performance horse in all its disciplines and most recently, Dr. Dundas has developed and interest in podiatry and corrective shoeing.