AHAA Veterinary Hospital in Greenland: The Standard of Veterinary Excellence
At Greenland Veterinary Hospital, we’re committed to providing exceptional care for your pet and exceptional customer service for you. We want you to trust our family with your family, which is why we sought accreditation with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). It was not an easy feat, but we achieved the honor of accreditation in 2014 and have been providing high-quality care ever since. After all you, you and your pet deserve nothing less.
What Does AAHA Accreditation Mean?
AAHA is the renowned veterinary organization that has been accrediting companion animal hospitals in the U.S. and Canada since 1933. To determine which hospitals earn accreditation, it created hundreds of stringent standards by which to measure each hospital, including those related to:
- Quality of care
- Medical records
- Diagnostics and pharmacy
A veterinary practice can voluntary be evaluated on these standards, and if it meets them, it gains the honor of accreditation. Currently, less than 20% of veterinary practices are distinguished as AAHA-accredited, and we’re proud to be one of them.
How Does AAHA-Accreditation Benefit Your Pet?
As an AAHA-accredited veterinary hospital in Greenland, we adhere to the best practices established with regard to all aspects of your pet’s healthcare needs. This means we:
- Take extra precautions prevent the spread of disease
- Use advanced monitoring equipment for pets under anesthesia during surgery
- Perform pre-surgery risk assessments
- Perform surgeries in a sterile environment
- Have medical equipment and medication in stock for emergencies
These are just a few of the many benefits that you and your pet can experience at our AAHA-accredited veterinary hospital in Greenland. You can trust us with the health of your pet, just as you trust your family with your pet. To learn more about AAHA accreditation, please visit AAHA’s website or view the video below of AAHA’s executive chief director, Dr. Michael Cavanaugh.