Dr. Beverly Lew
Beverly received her Bachelor of Arts in Communicative Disorders and Master of Arts in Audiology from California State University, Northridge. She received her Doctorate degree in Audiology from A.T. Still University, Arizona. She is dually licensed in California for Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensing. She originally founded Hearing Care Associates, North Hollywood in 1991 and renamed the practice to Sound Advice in 1998. Her knowledge of hearing health care spans over thirty years. Prior to opening her practice, her training began at Ventura Unified School District, Brotman Memorial Hospital, Facey Medical Clinic, Greater Los Angeles Veterans Medical Clinic and private physician offices (ENT). In 1992, she began advocating the care and prevention of musician hearing loss through specialized hearing protection and in-ear monitoring. She is a member of the California Academy of Audiology, American Academy of Audiology and member of the American Tinnitus Association.
Dr. Lew is the mother of three adult sons. After work hours, Dr. Lew is an avid trail runner along with her two big dogs. She teaches children at her local church, volunteers at Veteran’s Operation Gratitude, and leads a women’s group. She also loves reading, gardening, hiking, cross country skiing, cooking, and Dodger games!
Sue has a background both in paralegal studies, legal office procedures, and worker's compensation. These skills have now transferred into the field of administrative audiology. Sue sees her position as an opportunity to establish ongoing relationships with patients, researching insurance, resources for hearing impaired and finding answers to patient’s inquiries. She finds her position “Quite fascinating!”
Personal interests include Zumba, walking daily and watching her triplet grandchildren. One grandson plays ice hockey, second grandson is creative in his art work and her granddaughter is active in Girl Scouts. Volunteering with various church ministries, gardening and enjoying family and friends are “great blessings in my life.”