MedVet, a growing nationwide network of specialty veterinary hospitals is proud to announce its MedVet hospitals located in Cincinnati, OH; Columbus, OH; Dayton, OH; Hilliard, OH; and Lexington, KY; have once again achieved the highest level of veterinary excellence following a thorough evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Each of these MedVet hospitals re-earned AAHA accreditation after a rigorous review of the respective hospital’s practice protocols, medical equipment, facility, and client service.

Unlike human hospitals, animal hospitals are required to be accredited.

Established in 1933, AAHA is the accrediting organization for companion animal hospitals in the U.S. and Canada, but earning accreditation is no simple task. To be accredited by AAHA, a practice must be evaluated on approximately 900 benchmarks of veterinary excellence. AAHA-accredited hospitals are recognized among the finest in the industry and are consistently at the forefront of advanced veterinary medicine. AAHA standards are also continuously reviewed and updated, ensuring accredited practices remain on the cutting edge of the veterinary industry.

MedVet’s AAHA accreditation in these regions demonstrates the ability to provide an exceptional level of veterinary care for companion pets and client service. It also demonstrates the organizations’ commitment to being at the forefront of veterinary technology and medicine. Standards set by AAHA are widely recognized, and veterinary hospitals that are accredited are prominently different in methods and reputation than those that aren’t. MedVet is proud to be one of the less than 20 percent of veterinary practices to have earned this recognition.

Pet owners look for AAHA-accredited hospitals because they value their pet’s health and trust the consistent, expert care provided by the entire healthcare team. At AAHA-accredited practices, pet owners can expect to receive the highest quality care from well-trained, professional veterinary teams.

“Having AAHA evaluate our hospitals reinforces the best practices and procedures we maintain from a clinical standpoint every day. Additionally, being AAHA accredited aligns seamlessly with our mission of Leading Specialty Healthcare for Pets,” said MedVet CEO Eric Schertel, DVM, PhD, DACVS. “We are incredibly proud of our healthcare team’s commitment to delivering exceptional care and service to our patients, clients, and referral partners.” Maintaining these standards is necessary for each of MedVet’s hospitals, as they are reevaluated every three years. For more information on MedVet, please visit medvet.com. To review AAHA’s accreditation standards, visit aaha.org/petowner.

By | Posted In News Releases

Related Articles

MedVet Announces Matt Erick as President

MedVet is pleased to announce that Matt Erick will join the organization as President, effective today. Erick’s most recent role was President, North America for Mylan Pharmaceuticals. In his new role at MedVet, he will report directly to Dr. Eric Schertel, CEO of MedVet and work in close partnership with Dr. Linda Lehmkuhl, Chief Medical Officer. “We are very excited to welcome Matt to the MedVet family. Leveraging his tremendous experience leading…

Read More

MedVet Expands Specialty and Emergency Services to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

MedVet is pleased to announce its expansion into Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with the addition of University Veterinary Specialists (UVS), now known as MedVet Pittsburgh. The City Vets and VetNow divisions of UVS will not be part of MedVet Pittsburgh. MedVet looks forward to providing local veterinarians continued support and access to specialty and emergency veterinary care throughout the greater Pittsburgh community. “We are very excited to be expanding in the Pittsburgh community,” said MedVet President…

Read More

MedVet Celebrates 30 Years of Leading Specialty Healthcare for Pets

MedVet, the only veterinarian-led and owned network of emergency and specialty hospitals for pets, marks its 30th anniversary today. “This anniversary is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our compassionate, experienced team and relentless commitment to delivering the MedVet Experience,” commented President & CEO Eric Schertel, DVM, PHD, Diplomate, ACVS. “We could not have accomplished this without the trust and loyalty of our Referral Partners and clients,” he said. In 1988,…

Read More

MedVet President and CEO, Dr. Eric Schertel, recognized as a member of the Smart 50 2018 class

Dr. Eric Schertel, President and CEO at MedVet, was named a recipient of the Smart 50 Awards recognizing the top executives of the 50 smartest companies in the region for their ability to effectively build and lead successful organizations. A two time recipient of this award, Schertel continues to focus on increasing access to exceptional emergency and specialty healthcare for pets, supporting advancements in veterinary medicine through continuing education, and strengthening community engagement.

Read More

Service Dogs Receive a Complimentary Health Screening at MedVet in May

MedVet is providing complimentary eye exams the entire month of May to service dogs during the 11th Annual ACVO®/StokesRx™ National Service Dog Eye Exam Event. Three of MedVet’s medical centers are providing these screenings: Columbus, Cincinnati, and Dayton, Ohio. These screenings are by appointment only. Nearly 60,000 service and working animals have received free screening eye exams since the program began, including approximately 7,500 last year. More than 150 of those service…

Read More