AAHA Accredited Practice in Irvine

We are proud to announce that our Sand Canyon hospital location is an AAHA accredited practice in Irvine, CA! The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is the only accrediting organization in the veterinary industry, and it recognizes the excellence of animal hospitals that are willing to undergo rigorous review of their protocols, facility, equipment, and more. Our AAHA accreditation demonstrates our commitment to delivering outstanding care to you and your pet, and staying current with the latest best practices in veterinary medicine.

What It Means to be AAHA Accredited

What It Means To Be Aaha Accredited

As an AAHA accredited practice in Irvine, CA, our Sand Canyon location adheres to the AAHA Standards of Accreditation. These 900+ standards of care and service enable our team to go the extra mile to provide effective, safe, low-stress care that maximizes the length and quality of your pet’s life. We go beyond local and state regulations, and submit to routine reviews by AAHA inspectors to maintain our accreditation.

Standards of Excellence We Follow

There are numerous standards by which our team and hospital need to operate in order to maintain AAHA accreditation. There are multiple categories for these standards, some of which include:

  • Patient care
  • Anesthesia
  • Sanitation
  • Diagnostics
  • Pain management
  • Customer service

Why Choose an AAHA Accredited Practice in Irvine, CA?

AAHA accredited animal hospitals are some of the best in the country, and they choose to go through the rigorous process of staying accredited so they can better serve their patients and clients. Our Sand Canyon emergency hospital has chosen to be accredited; accreditation is not required for animal hospitals. Therefore, you can be assured that everything we do is with your pet’s needs and well-being in mind.

Please call us at (949) 552-5200 if you have any questions about our AAHA accreditation. You can also visit aaha.org for more information.

Proud To Be Aaha Accredited