Reopening Our Office Update

Dear Valued Patients,

We would like to take a moment to say thank you. Thank you for your understanding and patience during these challenging times.  We also appreciate you being part of our practice and wanted to update you on our status.

We are happy to announce as of May 15, 2020 we have expanded our clinical services and reopened the optical boutique. We have missed our community, and look forward to the privilege of caring for your eyes again.

In an effort to protect you and our staff, we will need to limit the number of patients in the office.  Therefore, we ask that you schedule appointments for both Dr. Beeve and our opticians.  For an appointment with either please email Melissa@drbeeve.com or call us at 818-790-8001.

Upon the advice of CDC and the American Academy of Ophthalmology, here is how we are handling our office to best support the health and safety of both you and our staff:

We clean and sanitize surfaces with disinfectant in between patients. This includes all areas of the exam room, equipment, reception area and seating. Spectacle and sunglass frames are cleaned after completing a patient consultation.  We check the temperature of all staff upon their arrival at the office and again after lunch.  All staff takes great care to wash hands in between patients and use hand sanitizer throughout a patient encounter. Hand sanitizers are also located throughout the office for patient and staff use.

In this world of uncertainty, we appreciate your trust and understanding.  We will follow the procedures for everyone coming to our office. We look forward to seeing you again soon and helping with all of your eye care needs.

Best regards,

Dr. Scott Beeve and staff

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