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HGA, the architecture firm that designed the Clovis Community Medical Center expansion, renewed their commitment to the construction project with another $20,000 gift. Once completed in 2013, the $300 million expansion and renovation project will nearly double the hospital’s capacity and make Clovis Community the only full-service hospital in the area with all private rooms.
Two women in pink hardhats with eagle eyes, strict safety regulations in hand and a willingness to scale tall scaffolding are saving Community Medical Centers millions. Registered Nurse Peggy McGinnis and Cathie Kirk make surprise inspections, sometimes at night, administer drug tests and scold seasoned construction workers into wearing hard hats and safety glasses at all times on the Clovis Community Medical Center’s expansion job site.
The Clovis Community Hospital Guild supports the Clovis Community Medical Center expansion project with a gift.Back to Videos
Thanks to a $260,000 gift from the Clovis Community Hospital Guild – $250,000 of which will go toward building a fountain as part of the expansion project and $10,000 toward a card-swipe system for the gift shop – the vision at Clovis Community Medical Center is becoming a reality. The expansion of Clovis Community will make it the first full-service hospital in the area with all private rooms.
ABC affiliate KFSN 30 reports on the Clovis Community Medical Center expansion, which began in 2008.Back to Videos
The $300 million expansion of Clovis Community Medical Center was the topic at the Economic Development Corporation’s Business Expansion and Retention (BEAR breakfast) in 2010.Back to Videos
The Clovis Community Medical Center expansion began in 2008 with the renovation and expansion of the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center, a new endoscopy center, four new operating rooms and additional room for the only Level 3 (highest level) fertility center between Los Angeles and Sacramento.
Michael and Anna Tolladay are keeping family tradition alive and well – much like his parents did many years ago when his mother pioneered the formation of Community Medical Foundation and they began giving back to the community. Now, in the spirit of his parents’ legacy the Tolladays are continuing that tradition – this time with a $100,000 gift to the Clovis Community Medical Center’s expansion.
Dr. Michael Synn, medical director of Clovis Community Medical Center’s In Vitro Fertilization Embryology Laboratory and member of Community’s Board of Trustees, has been named one of the Ultimate People of 2011. He’s being honored by Community’s Foundation for his passionate devotion to the successful expansion of the Clovis Community and constant focus on improving health care in the region.
How many miles of new wires and plumbing will it take to complete Clovis Community Medical Center’s $300 million expansion? Try 237 miles of electrical wiring and 15 miles of new pipes in a monumental project that will nearly triple the hospital’s size and give all patients a private room.