Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital is a proud member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). AAHA is the only organization that accredits animal hospitals throughout the United States and Canada. AAHA accredited hospitals adhere to the highest-quality standards available, which helps ensure the best care for your pet.
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital is among the top elite 15% of hospitals that meet the stringent requirements of membership in AAHA. AAHA standards are recognized around the world as the benchmark for quality care in veterinary medicine. AAHA accreditation is voluntary and we have chosen to be accredited because of our continued commitment to “Excellence in Pet Care!”
What are the requirements for AAHA accreditation that Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital has earned?
AAHA evaluations cover 19 areas and requires practices to comply with DEA and OSHA/WHIMIS requirements. During evaluation, Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital has met 46 mandatory standards that addresses approximately 900 other standards of animal care! AAHA conducts their accreditation review every three years. We have achieved this proud accomplishment every three years since we began our pursuit of “excellence in pet care” back in 1992.
How does Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital’s AAHA accreditation benefit me and my pet?
AAHA standards are the mark of distinction that’s sets our hospital apart from others. It means we’ve worked hard to create, implement and update our protocols and to periodically review the things we’re doing to ensure we’re up-to-date and being the best we can be. This means the best possible, and most up to date pet care available for you and your pet!
Please feel free to come and visit us at Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital to see what we’re so proud of and while you’re here, ask us for a tour. We serve Reading, Berks, Lebanon, and Lancaster counties and would love to show you around!
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital:
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