American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)
American Animal Hospital Association is an international organization of
active companion animal veterinary hospital owners and practitioners. AAHA
is dedicated to serving its members by providing the best possible programs
and services, as well as developing and disseminating state-of-the-art
information on topics in companion animal medicine, surgery, and dentistry,
as well as practice management methods, hospital design, management
information, and changing professional and social trends.
AAHA provides services and information through leading edge
continuing education, including its JOURNAL and other publications, local,
regional, and national conferences and seminars, and videotapes. AAHA
provides additional sources of practice assistance through Member Hospital
Standards and hospital evaluations, hospital design and planning services,
accounting and data collection systems, insurance programs, as well as
marketing and public relations programs.
The student chapter of AAHA hosts specialty labs on topics such as
suturing, cardiology, neurology and nutrition for students to gain
additional experience. The student chapter hosts the annual
Small Companion Animal Wellness clinic in Spokane which provides
limited care for pets of homeless and low-income owners.
Team Leader: Natalie Shehan
Photos from Past Activities
Photo Contest 1997
Photo Contest 1998