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Stanley R. Surabian, D.D.S., J.D., F.A.C.D., F.I.C.D. - CMC Chief of DentIstry
Our Dental General Practice Residency (GPR) program has been in existence since 1975 and is the only dental general practice residency program in the San Joaquin Valley. Here, post-graduate dental residents experience hospital-based dentistry, including medical conditions and situations, that will test and increase their knowledge.
Clovis Community Medical Center - Bariatric Surgery explanation given by Dr. Felix, M.D.Back to Videos
Community Regional Medical Center has just started a diagnostic medical sonography program to train sonographers — a position that Valley hospitals often have difficulty filling. The only accredited training programs in California are in the Los Angeles area or San Francisco Bay area and few are hospital-based with all classes and clinical experience in the hospital as Community Regional’s will be.
Representatives from James G. Parker Insurance and Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company presented a check for $12,087 to Sandra Yovino, director of burn services at the Leon S. Peters Burn Center at Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno.
Cardiac surgeon Peter Birnbaum hopes to spark an interest in medicine with hands on experience, letting students poke and prod a real heart. For the past few years he’s brought in his staff from Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital and several fresh cow hearts to Clovis West High School in Fresno to give anatomy lessons.
Increasingly, countries with government-run health care or a more socialized medical system are recognizing bariatric surgery is a cost-effective treatment that improves lives and longevity, said Dr. Kelvin Higa, director of Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital’s bariatric program and a frequent lecturer internationally.
It’s been a few months since Carl Booker’s cath lab procedure was filmed by nationally-syndicated reality TV show Healthcare Heroes. Dr. Bipin Joshi performed the catheter procedure in September to help Booker’s congestive heart failure. Now Booker is able to get around better and is doing well.
To learn more about how to live with congestive heart failure, read on:
Learn about a Valley program that is making it possible for underprivileged students to reach their dreams of becoming doctors.Back to Videos