OceanView knows that the world is facing unprecedented and tumultuous times. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
Due to these unfortunate circumstances, OceanView has decided to close for the time being. We are unsure of when we will reopen.
Please call our office to listen to the updated messages.
Please note that OceanView has NO cases of Covid-19 from staff nor patients. We are strictly closing for now due to the circumstances.
Again, our thoughts and prayers are with you and keep having faith and belief that the tide will change and we will be stronger.
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