AAHA's Culture Initiative

AAHA's Culture Initiative provides veterinary practices with tools and resources to foster individual wellbeing and optimal, healthy practice cultures. Through this initiative, AAHA aims to improve veterinary practices and the lives of veterinary healthcare professionals, which will serve to strengthen the human-animal bond through improved patient care and client satisfaction.

Not sure where to start?

AAHA members can schedule an appointment with an AAHA practice consultant for a review of wellbeing issues specific to the profession. You'll also receive recommendations on how to get started on improving your practice culture. This opportunity is RACE-approved and includes lunch for your team!

Email [email protected] for more information and scheduling.

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Healthy culture, happy team

The AAHA Culture Initiative helps veterinary teams create work environments that foster overall wellbeing through three main components:

  1. AAHA Culture Connection
  2. Aspire
  3. Resources

Through this initiative, you can find resources that promote wellbeing in your practice, help you build a healthy practice culture and a fully engaged team, learn about your practice’s culture and identify areas for improvement, and much more!

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The benefits of a healthy practice culture

  • Decreased employee turnover
  • Engaged team members
  • Increased employee satisfaction
  • Increased staff productivity
  • Improved patient care and client satisfaction
  • Improved engagement, processes, and communication
  • Improved individual wellbeing
  • Improved practice reputation

AAHA Culture Initiative

AAHA's Culture Initiative

Want to know why a healthy practice culture matters?

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AAHA Culture Connection

Interested in learning about the key pain points in your practice's culture?

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Ready to build a healthy practice culture and a fully engaged team?

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Looking for resources that promote wellbeing in your practice?

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AAHA's Culture Initiative is supported through a generous educational grant from Merck Animal Health.