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Latest News at Village Center Vet

Village Center Veterinary Care is about to have our accredidation meeting with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) to officially be marked as a top-quality hospital. It has been an amazing team effort pulling together to meet all of the requirments for this accredidation. We will announce early December what that status will be for Village Center Veterinary Care. Dr. Pierce and our certified technician's have worked tirelessly at making sure the hospital is in top-notch shape for the accredidation commity. Please, we welcome everyone to look into AAHA and what it means to be an AAHA Hospital.

About AAHA:

"The American Animal Hospital Association is the only organization to accredit companion veterinary hospitals. Our accredited hospitals hold themselves to a higher standard. Pets are their passion, and keeping them healthy is their #1 priority. They strive to deliver excellent care for pets. Why? Because pets deserve nothing less."

You can read more about AAHA here: https://www.aaha.org/

What getting accredited means to some of our staff:

"The reason I want to become AAHA accredited is so that it assures us, and our clients, that we are adhereing to the highest standards of veterinary care availble in the profession today."
- Dr. Anne Pierce, DVM

"Becoming AAHA accredited means that I know the public will be aware my hospital is meeting the ultimate standard of veterinary excellence"
- Bethany Moone, Certified Veterinary Assistant

"...because we feel that our pets are important part of the family and if accreditation is required for human hospitals, then it is just as important for veterinary hospitals"
- Taylor McKibben, Receptionist

"To me, being AAHA accredited means we, as a team and individual's, hold ourselves to the highest of standards for the care we provide our patients. We really care about the pets we see and we want them to be healthy and happy."
- Noel Ochoa, Certified Veterinary Technician

"AAHA accreditation is important because it demonstrates a veterinary practice is willing to go above and beyond basic standards for their clients."
- Missi Everard, Certified Veterinary Technician and Receptionist

"We accept the challenge of the straingent quality standards of AAHA, beause we want to share in our clients passion for quality health care."
- Patty Olney, Practice Manager

"This practice becoming AAHA accredited means so much to me because it portrays that we hold ourselves to the highest of standards with the ultimate goal of providing the best care possible for our patients."
- Makayla Rivero, Certified Veterinary Technician

"We strive to provide the best, most advanced care for our patients, and we hold ourselves to the highest standards."
- Zack Hampson, Receptionist