We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative healthcare and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Mt. Juliet, TN and surrounding areas.
Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort has been honored nationally for its dedication to the environment and sustainable design. ImproMed Infinity software company honored the hospital with the Most Green Friendly Animal Hospital in the United States award for 2010-2011 Runner-up distinction. The software company chose Providence Animal Hospital “because of the hospital’s strong commitment to conservation through the utilization of eco-friendly materials, installation of energy star appliances and implementing a paper-lite practice.”
Locally, Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort has been honored as a Community Enhancement Award winner by the Mt. Juliet/Wilson County Chamber of Commerce. (Feb. 2011) . PAH & PR was chosen for its commitment to building the community the first premier animal health hospital that was green friendly, blue ocean strategy minded, and environmentally sustainable.
Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort was selected Best Veterinarian of Mt. Juliet Finalist in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017 inMt. Juliet Chronicle’s ” The Best of Mt. Juliet” competition.
Mid-Cumberland Area Development Corporation, a non-profit corporation that serves the capital needs of small businesses in Middle Tennessee, honored Dr. Hollis and Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort as one of their top business success stories in 2011.
Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort has also been featured in the Nashville BusinessJournal that highlighted top businesses that chose Mt. Juliet as home. http://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/print-edition/2010/11/19/cities-in-race-to-attract-new-business.html?page=all
Providence Animal Hospital & Pet Resort became accredited with the American Animal HospitalAssociation (AAHA) in January 2013. This makes PAH & PR the first locally owned, stand alone veterinary hospital in Wilson County and Mt. Juliet built from the ground up to meet these rigorous standards. Once a practice decides to seek accreditation, they contact AAHA and begin the process of reviewing the standards and preparing for an onsite evaluation.
The preparation portion involves the entire practice team and typically takes three-to-six months to prepare. The evaluation includes a quality assessment review of the hospital’s facility, medical equipment, practice methods and pet health care management.
Only 15 percent of all small animal veterinary practices in the U.S. have achieved accreditation by AAHA. In order to maintain accredited status, each hospital must continue to be evaluated at least once every three years by the association’s practice consultants.
Veterinary practices choose to become AAHA-accredited for a myriad of reasons, including the desire to improve practice operations and team building, update their skills, enhance their credibility with clients, strive for continuous improvement and have challenging benchmarks to reach.
Choosing an AAHA-accredited hospital assures pet owners that the hospital they select has the staff, equipment, medical procedures and facilities that AAHA believes are vital for delivering high-quality and modern veterinary care.
Veterinary medicine is regulated by state agencies, and each state maintains its own minimum regulations. Although AAHA-accreditation is voluntary, AAHA is the only organization in the US and Canada that accredits companion animal hospitals based on standards that go above and beyond state regulations.
The AAHA Standards of Accreditation include more than 900 individual standards, divided into 19 major sections including patient care, surgery, pharmacy, laboratory, exam facilities, pet health records, cleanliness, emergency services, dental and nursing care, diagnostic imaging, anesthesiology, and continuing education. https://www.aaha.org/pet_owner/about_aaha/default.aspx