Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital achieves high level of veterinary excellence

Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital has achieved the highest level of veterinary excellence following a thorough evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital earned AAHA accreditation after a rigorous review of the hospital’s practice protocols, medical equipment, facility and client service.

Unlike human hospitals, not all animal hospitals are required to be accredited.

Accredited hospitals are the only hospitals that choose to be evaluated on approximately 900 quality standards that go above and beyond basic state regulations, ranging from patient care and pain management to staff training and advanced diagnostic services. AAHA-accredited hospitals are recognized among the finest in the industry, and are consistently at the forefront of advanced veterinary medicine. AAHA standards are continuously reviewed and updated to keep accredited practices on the cutting edge of veterinary excellence.

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

Only the top small animal hospitals in the United States and Canada have achieved accreditation by the Association. To maintain accredited status, Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital must continue to be evaluated regularly by AAHA.

The experienced team at Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital has been proudly serving the pet owners in Kirkland, WA and the surrounding areas since 1960. They understand that your pet is an important part of your life, which is why they use the most progressive medicine and technology available. They provide pet owners with the best recommendations so you can make informed choices.

Instead of treating every cat or dog the same, they are committed to providing exceptional individualized care. As pet owners themseleves, they understand that the needs of one pet and his or her owner aren’t the same as others. That’s why they take all necessary measures to accurately diagnose, treat and care for a pet. At Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital, pet owners can feel confident that their pet is in expert hands.

Juanita Bay Veterinary Hospital is located at 11416 98th Ave. Northeast, Kirkland, WA and can be reached at 425-823-8411 or juanitabayvet.com. For more information about accreditation, visit aaha.org/petowner.


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