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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.
Clovis Community Medical Center is on the brink of transformation.
Today we’re trusted by local families as a convenient, friendly and clinically advanced hospital for a wide range of medical services. We're now heading toward the end of a massive expansion that will move an already-favorite hospital to an even higher level of care and service.
Did you know that in 2013, when Clovis Community Medical Center finishes its $300 million expansion, 115,000 cubic yards of earth will be moved? That’s enough to fill 14,500 dump trucks. And it will take another 1,200 trucks to deliver the 10,000 cubic yards of concrete to finish this monumental project.
Clovis Community Medical Center embarked on a masive $300 million expansion and renovation project.Back to Videos
It’s hard to miss the tower of steel going up on the campus of Clovis Community, soon to be a new 5-story bed tower housing 205 all-private patient rooms.
Giving to grow is what three physician groups have done in the last few months to help bring Clovis Community Medical Center’s expansion closer to its objective. Each medical group contributed $100,000 to the project.
When construction of the five-story bed tower at Clovis Community Medical Center is finished, it will be the tallest building in the city.
At 90 feet, the bed tower will be taller than the Comfort Suites on Clovis Avenue. And it may be taller than the city water towers, city officials said.
Clovis Community Medical Center reached a milestone as the last steel beam on the new 5-story bed tower was hoisted and put in place. Community executives and many from Clark Construction signed the beam prior to its placement on the 90-foot high bed tower.
Randy Freet’s path to a nursing career wasn’t a typical one – but it appears that path led him to the right place. Freet has spent his entire 32-year nursing career with Community Medical Centers, including 12 years at the former Sierra Community Hospital and 20 at Clovis Community Medical Center.