The Augusta Valley Animal Hospital Story

The Augusta Valley Animal Hospital story

In August of 2002 Augusta Veterinary Hospital and Valley Animal Hospital announced a merger to combine the two hospitals into one new hospital.

Almost two years later, the new, state-of-the-art hospital, was complete. Both existing hospitals moved in to the new facility on April 1st, 2004.

The merger brought together two of Staunton's strongest veterinary practices. It has provided tremendous benefits for clients and their pets. The blending of the two hospital staffs has enabled Augusta Valley Animal Hospital the opportunity to offer a wider variety of services with more combined veterinarian experience. The new, convenient, state-of-the-art facility has accommodated a range of animal care resources not possible in small clinics.

Doctors Brown, Evans, and Miller continue providing the same compassionate, personalized care for which they are known. And, pet owners are still able to request the veterinarian of their choice.

Augusta Valley Animal Hospital continues to maintain its American Animal Hospital Association Certification (AAHA). The AAHA accreditation is voluntary but ensures that Augusta Valley Animal Hospital complies with rigorous veterinary care standards and ensures that pets are receiving the best possible care.