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Animal Medical Center of the Village receives finalist award from international veterinary organization
HOUSTON, Texas—Animal Medical Center of the Village has been named finalist for the 2017 AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year Award by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), an international veterinary organization that sets the standard for excellence in veterinary medicine.
Animal Medical Center of the Village of Houston, Texas received the finalist award at the AAHA Nashville 2017 Yearly Conference on March 30.
The AAHA-Accredited Practice of the Year Award is designed to recognize the outstanding achievements of accredited veterinary practice teams, along with celebrating the ongoing advancements in veterinary medicine.
Because AAHA-accredited hospitals are evaluated on approximately 900 standards, each practice team must push itself to pursue innovative and ground-breaking practices within their clinics. The AAHA Awards Committee evaluates each team on its most recent accreditation score, mission and vision, practice team composition, continuing education and training, community service, and more.
Since AAHA members are known for their excellence, the award is highly competitive.
“The staff at Animal Medical Center dedicate themselves to providing excellent care for pets every day,” said Michael Cavanaugh, DVM, DABVP, AAHA chief executive officer. “We are proud to call Animal Medical Center an AAHA-accredited veterinary hospital and hope that many more practices will follow in their footsteps of excellence.”
Accreditation is a voluntary commitment practices make to their clients and patients, and AAHA is the only organization in Canada and the United States that accredits companion animal hospitals based on standards that go above and beyond state and provincial regulations.
Not all veterinary hospitals are accredited. Nearly 60 percent of the pet-owning public believes their veterinary hospital is accredited when it is not. In actuality, only 12-15% of animal hospitals in the United States and Canada are accredited by AAHA. AAHA-accredited veterinary hospitals hold themselves to a high standard of care and strive to deliver excellent care for animals.
Just the kindest, pet centered vets in town! They have been so responsive and so helpful...plus they treat exotics. Nice to have one place for all of our animals - Dachshund, Lab, Great Pyrenees and our Flemish Giant rabbit.
Brought my bearded dragon as a first time visitor. The staff was so nice and helpful! I felt very comfortable. The doctors and assistants were also knowledgeable and took time to make sure I was providing the right care for my Tomo.
The staff is amazing here. They helped get my #1 back to his normal, healthy self. Everyone of was kind, helpful, and attentative. 10/10 would recommend.
I also love that you treat so many kinds of animals! We have taken you ferrets, a chicken, a pot bellied pig and ofcourse, dogs. You have done an excellent job with all. I would (and do often!) heartily recommend this clinic. Thank you being so good at your job!
Took our Berber Skink in this weekend and was totally impressed by the caring staff. Dr. Jordan did a great job in diagnosing Skittles' problems. Kim was very patient in explaining what we needed to do to bring him back to health. We would highly recommend them for all your pet family members.
Extremely professional staff, yet personable. Genuine care and concern is something that I noticed on my first visit, which will keep me coming back.
I took my lionhead dwarf rabbit for an initial wellness checkup today and loved Dr. Jordan and Kim! I'm glad to have established Kiki's care here and highly recommend Animal Medical Center of the Village!