Hours (all locations)
|Monday||8:30am - 6pm|
|Tuesday||8:30am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||8:30am - 6pm|
|Thursday||8:30am - 6pm|
|Friday||8:30am - 5pm|
|Saturday||8:30am - 4pm|
The Animal Medical Center of Mid-America (AMCMA) is devoted to the health and well-being of our animal clients, as well as providing the best possible experience for our patients through stress reduction, pain relief, and individualized treatment plans. Over 30 veterinarians and veterinary professionals provide a wealth of knowledge and personal service.
We are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), the measure of excellence in veterinary care. Out of 35,000 veterinary hospitals in North America, just 3500 are AAHA-Accredited. AMCMA operates three of the only 17 non-profit AAHA-Accredited facilities. This distinction shows our commitment and desire to provide care above licensing standards and to meet the standards set forth by industry leaders, all while benefiting animals in need at the Humans Society of Missouri.
With three locations – St. Louis City, Chesterfield, and our newest facility in Maryland Heights, we have state-of-the-art equipment for a wide range of services. Whether your pet needs a wellness exam, a dental procedure, diagnostics, or surgery, our highly skilled veterinarians are here for you and your pet. Our clients also enjoy:
The Animal Medical Center of Mid-America is the largest provider of spay/neuter services in the Midwest, preforming more than 10,000 surgeries every year. Low-cost spay/neuter is available through donations and charitable grants.Get More Information
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