||You've chosen a veterinary hospital that is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. Grand Island Small Animal Hospital is among only 14% of hospitals in the country who voluntarily go through a comprehensive, stringent evaluation every three years. We are evaluated on over 900 standards established to ensure our patients and clients receive the highest level of care.
Accredited practices must meet specific standards in the following areas:
- Client Service
- Contagious Disease
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Emergency/Urgent Care
- Examination Room
- Human Resources
- Medical Records
- Pain Management
- Patient Care
- Practice Leadership
We were awarded this accreditation status because we provide high-quality pet care in a compassionate environment. Our standards are very high, and we are proud to offer this level of excellence to you. You can learn more about what our accreditation means for your pet family member at AAHA’s Healthy Pets website: Why Standards Are Important.
Our veterinarians are members of the Buffalo Academy of Veterinary Medicine. Organized in 1952 as a continuing education venture, since then, dedicated to educate it's members beyond the academic environment. Along with these monthly meetings we give our veterinarians time away from the practice in order to attend a national continuing educational meeting.
Also members in New York State Veterinary Medical Society and American Veterinary Medical Association.