Radnor Veterinary Hospital Announces AAHA Accreditation

WAYNE, Pa., Sept. 14, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The veterinarians and staff of Radnor Veterinary Hospital publicly announce their accreditation with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). AAHA accreditation reflects both high standards for veterinary care and sincere dedication to the safety and health of animals. Veterinarians at Radnor Veterinary Hospital have been providing this level of service for years, and are now excited to have received accreditation from the AAHA in recognition of their outstanding service and high quality of veterinary care.

Serving Wayne, Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas, Radnor Veterinary Hospital's team of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants, and office staff are pleased to announce their official accreditation with the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).

"At Radnor Veterinary Hospital, we have always been highly dedicated to providing top quality, compassionate care to animals of all kinds," said Dr. Leonard Donato, Owner of Radnor Veterinary Hospital and member of the Association of Avian Veterinarians, "and we couldn't be more pleased for our hospital to have earned AAHA accreditation. The American Animal Hospital Association's seal of approval acknowledges our deep commitment to veterinary medicine and our patients and, simultaneously, sets our practice apart from other veterinary hospitals and clinics."

Since 1933, the AAHA has provided accreditation to veterinary hospitals treating companion animals in order to set a standard of excellence in veterinary medicine. These standards are revised each year to reflect the most current advances in the industry. The AAHA uses this set of high level standards to measure the quality of veterinary care at practices throughout the nation before awarding a hospital accreditation. AAHA accreditation sets a high bar for the nation's veterinary hospitals and clinics, and represents the AAHA's dedication to providing the highest standard of veterinary care for companion animals.

Veterinary hospitals seeking AAHA accreditation must apply with the AAHA, meet specific benchmarks set by the ever changing industry, undergo initial evaluation, participate in continuing education, and submit to regular reassessment by the AAHA. The AAHA provides accreditation to animal hospitals and clinics only after the hospitals meet this set of criteria, offering a range of veterinary services, a high standard of veterinary medicine, and veterinarians practicing at the cutting edge of veterinary medical knowledge.

Now accredited by the AAHA, the veterinarians and staff of Radnor Veterinary Hospital look forward to continuing to provide patients with top quality, compassionate care, striving to always achieve excellence in veterinary medicine and service.

Located in Wayne, Pennsylvania, Radnor Veterinary Hospital offers its community and the surrounding areas stellar preventative, wellness, medical, and surgical veterinary care. The hospital's team of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and veterinary assistants are trained and equipped to provide veterinary care for dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, reptiles, ferrets, guinea pigs, and other exotic pets.


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