About us

About SMAH

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Welcome to South Memorial Animal Hospital (SMAH), a trusted name in veterinary care since our establishment in 1976. Our passion for animals goes beyond the conventional – we are dedicated to providing exceptional care that goes straight to the heart of the human-animal bond. SMAH is not just a clinic; it’s a community of skilled veterinarians and compassionate professionals working together to ensure the health and happiness of your cherished pets. From routine check-ups to advanced surgical procedures, our state-of-the-art facility is equipped to meet all your pet’s needs. Our commitment to transparency, honesty, and genuine care has made us a cornerstone in Bixby, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Tulsa, and the surrounding areas. Join us in our journey of veterinary excellence, where every tail wag and purr is a testament to the trust placed in SMAH.

At SMAH, our story is intertwined with the stories of the pets and families we’ve had the privilege to serve over the years. Our dedicated team understands the profound role pets play in our lives, and that understanding is at the heart of everything we do. Beyond medical expertise, we offer a warm and welcoming environment where pets and their owners feel cared for and understood. As we look toward the future, our commitment to fostering the well-being of your best friends remains unwavering. Join the SMAH family, where your pets are not just patients; they are cherished members of our community, and their health and happiness are our highest priorities.

Who We Are at SMAH

Embark on a narrative of care, compassion, and community at South Memorial Animal Hospital, where every chapter is dedicated to the well-being of your cherished pets.

“Animals are such agreeable friends—they ask no questions; they pass no criticisms.” – George Eliot