In 1983, Oklahoma State University’s Veterinary Medical Hospital joined a league of its own by becoming accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). AAHA is the only institution that accredits companion veterinary hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.
“We’re proud of the commitment to excellence our clinicians, staff and veterinary students have exhibited over the last 35 years, which helps us earn that accreditation,” said Dr. Martin Furr, interim hospital director. “Our clients and referring veterinarians can depend on us to continue to provide the best possible veterinary medical care for our patients and to maintain our high standards of care.”
ConsumersAdvocate.org recently published a comprehensive look at the American Animal Hospital Association and what it means to earn AAHA accreditation. You can view the complete article at AAHA: The League of Champions.