Cardiology

Cardiac Care

We perform more cardiac diagnostic procedures than any other hospital network in the region – more than 120,000 last year alone – that’s about one every four minutes.

Surgery Options

Cardiothoracic surgery (heart surgery) is done to correct problems with the heart. In the United States, more than half a million heart surgeries are performed each year for a variety of heart problems. We offer the most advanced cardiac procedures in the Valley including:

Cardiovascular Services

For questions or information about Cardiovascular Services at Community Regional Medical Center, call (559) 459-2762 or click the "Contact Us" button.


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Imaging

Prevention is the frontline for wellness. So, we offer convenient inpatient and outpatient medical imaging and lab services to detect and evaluate potential health conditions. Through routine diagnostic radiological procedures, or X-ray studies, our highly trained medical staff is able to identify disease at early stages.

Cardiothoracic Services

From prevention to diagnosis to complex surgeries, our cardiothoracic services stay a beat ahead, providing effective treatments for your heart and chest. We take a preventive approach through diagnostic testing and biopsies, and our expert team uses innovative techniques to perform cardiac surgery, thoroscopy for detailed looks inside the heart and lungs and stent insertions to open blocked arteries.

Cardiologists’ gift pumps up Clovis hospital and downtown services

California Heart Medical Associates (CHMA) pledged $100,000 last month to Community Medical Centers, targeting half for the Clovis Community Medical Center expansion and half for cardiovascular services at Community Regional Medical Center. 

Clovis Community among six California hospitals chosen for cardiac study

Clovis Community Medical Center is one of six hospitals statewide chosen to study the safety and effectiveness of elective angioplasties in hospitals that do not have open heart surgery on site.

California HealthCare Foundation pledge will boost patient education and outreach

Patients and their families at Community Regional Medical Center and Community Behavioral Health Center will benefit thanks to a $100,000 pledge from the California HealthCare Foundation.

This is the first year of a two-year pledge that will enhance patient education in cardiovascular services at Community Regional and assist the Behavioral Health Center with its outreach efforts.