You may have seen the small red and white logo on our website or displayed within our practice, but you may not know what it took for us to have the privilege of displaying that.
What does it mean to be AAHA accredited?
AAHA sets the standard of excellence in veterinary medicine.
The AAHA Standards of Accreditation are composed of 940 standards and 18 categories covering all areas of veterinary practice—from anesthesia and pain management to recordkeeping and client communication.
AAHA’s practice consultants visit veterinary hospitals striving to earn or maintain their AAHA accreditation and evaluate them based on the AAHA Standards of Accreditation.
AAHA-accredited practices are recognized among the best in the industry. In fact, only 15 percent of all small animal veterinary hospitals in the United States are accredited.
Accreditation is not a requirement for veterinary hospitals but it is an important part of providing the level of service that our clients and patients deserve.