Beach Veterinary Hospital
in Long Beach
Compassion Excellence Education
2741 E. 4th Street
Dr. Randall Fitch, M.S., D.V.M, a board-certififed specialist in surgery and a Diplomate of American College of Veterinary Surgeons operates on our injured pets.
Dr. Fitch has a 25 year career devoted to referral surgery in both academia and private practice. After completing a residency and fellowship at Auburn University, he taught at Louisiana State University and Colorado State University, receiving multiple teaching and research awards in small animal orthopedic surgery. The author of numerous scientific articles and current president of the American Canine Sports Medicine Association, Dr. Fitch continues to lecture nationally on canine orthopedics.
Dr. Anne Reed, DVM, Diplomate of American College of Veternary Radiology performs our ultrasounds.
Dr. Reed received her veterinary degree from Kansas State University in 1991 followed by a raiology residency at the University of Missouri-Columbia. She became a board certified Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 1995. Since 1998, Dr. Reed has resided in California, practicing and performing radiology, including diagnostic ultraosunds and radiographic reviews for veterinarians throughout the southern California region.
Fred C. Brewer IV, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)
Dr. Fred Brewer is a board certified (American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine) veterinary cardiologist. He is a native of southern California, growing up in Long Beach. where he attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School.
He received his veterinary degree from Cornell University in 2009. Following the 4 years at Cornell University, he completed a 1-year general rotating internship at the California Animal Hospital Veterinary Specialty Group in West Los Angeles with Dr. Stephen J. Ettinger.
This was followed by a 3 year Cardiology residency at Cornell University, where he was trained to perform minimally invasive interventional procedures such as pacemakers, balloon valvuloplasties, and PDA occlusions. He has a keen interest in electrophysiology, has extensively studied the canine sinus node, and has published in veterinary medical journals. Additionally, he is experienced in the management of complex arrhythmias and the treatment of refractory heart failure.