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As many of you know, due to our increasing caseload of emergency cases, it has been necessary for us to prioritize those daily appointments for the pets we see, and consequently, it is sometimes difficult for you to make a same-day or same-week appointment for non-emergency problems with your pets.
To all of my wonderful clients (and to all of their beloved furry friends), It is with some sadness and a good amount of nostalgia, that I'm writing to inform you that I have resigned from my position as veterinarian and medical director at Bishop Ranch. After 12 wonderful years, I have decided to move on to pursue other opportunities and spend more time with my family.
As the number of pet owners with insurance has increased, so has our demand for claim submission.
Although we do not have a re-opening date, we are planning on providing clients a monthly update on our status of reopening. Based on safety guidelines, number of staff vaccinated we are hopeful we can open in the next few months.
It is with genuine heart-felt gratitude, and sadness, that we announce that Dr. Larry Gilman has decided to retire from veterinary practice as of May 1, 2021 after a wonderful career of 37 years, the last 16 of which have been with Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center and Urgent Care.
Join us as we celebrate Dr. Larry Gilman retiring from an extraordinary 37-year career as a veterinarian by walking, running, or swimming a 5K with your dog, your friends, and/or your family members to benefit a rescue close to Dr. Gilman's heart: Golden Gate Labrador Retriever Rescue.
The threat of Coronavirus ( COVID-19) has generated understandable concerns in our community. The health, safety and well being of our BRVC Team staff and clients is our top priority. Currently, we are remaining open during a recent shelter in place guidelines with normal hours of operations. Monday - Friday 7 am-10 pm and Sunday 8 am-8 pm
We are working on several things to help with continuing to provide veterinary care and services under these challenging times
We will be closing early June 3rd, 2020 at 1pm due to planned protests in the area. We will be rescheduling appointments and seeing some patients at our sister location - Amador Valley Veterinary Center, in Pleasanton.
The outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), first detected in Wuhan City, in China, has raised concerns about the potential for a global pandemic.