What's the value of AAHA membership?
Sure, AAHA-accredited practices earn about 34%* more revenue than nonmember practices. But many hospitals value the hidden benefits of natural team-building and improved morale that comes from preparing for an AAHA accreditation evaluation even more. Use the booth chat area to ask us why!
Since 1933, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) has been the only organization to accredit veterinary hospitals according to more than 900 standards directly correlated to high-quality medicine and compassionate care. AAHA seeks to lead the veterinary profession in the provision of the highest quality care for pets by improving standards of care, championing accreditation, and supporting our members in all aspects of this pursuit.
Accreditation in veterinary medicine is voluntary. The AAHA-accredited logo is the best way to know a practice has been evaluated by a third-party. Look for the AAHA logo and learn more at aaha.org.
*Financial and Productivity Pulsepoints, 10th Edition, Lakewood, CO: AAHA Press