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The History of AMC

Animal Medical Clinic was founded in 1964 by Drs. Harold Nelson and Charles Joiner.  They had been classmates and friends in veterinary school at Auburn University, where they graduated in 1960.  Harold was born and raised in the Melbourne area, and talked his friend Charlie into going into practice with him here. Everyone wondered why […]

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What makes us Different?

Animal Medical Clinic’s vision is to be the leader in primary veterinary care in South Brevard by creating a network of practices, providing high quality medical care and exceptional client service. Selecting a veterinary practice can be challenging. You have many to choose from, and there are many differences between practices. Even though it may be […]

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AAHA Accredited since 1997. Why is this Important?

What does AAHA Accreditation mean? To become AAHA-accredited, practices undergo a rigorous evaluation process to ensure they meet the AAHA Standards of Accreditation, which include the areas of patient care, diagnostic imaging, laboratory, pain management, pharmacy, safety, surgery, client service, anesthesia, contagious disease, continuing education, dentistry, examination facilities, medical records, leadership and emergency/urgent care. To maintain accredited status, hospitals undergo comprehensive on-site evaluations every three years, […]

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New Year, New Location!

More and more exciting things are happening for Animal Medical Clinic. We are pleased to announce the purchase of a third location. We have officially become the owners of Melbourne Beach Animal Clinic. Melbourne Beach Animal Clinic has been serving the Melbourne Beach area since 1976. We have renamed the clinic to Animal Medical Clinic […]

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National Veterinary Technician Week

In honor of National Veterinary Technicians Week, we would like to highlight the role of a Vet Tech. The tasks vet techs often take on include drawing blood, placing catheters, assisting in surgery, managing anesthesia, and giving medications. In actuality, their duties encompass much, much more. In fact, it’s easier to list what they can’t […]

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Feline Dental Care

 Dental disease is a common and often overlooked problem in cats. Kittens have 26 teeth, while adult cats have 30. If each tooth can be considered a patient, that equates to a lot of dental care! Periodontal disease is considered the most prevalent disease in cats three years of age and older. The periodontum is […]

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