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Neonatologist Krishnakumar Rajani is known for his big heart, warm smile and words of encouragement to anxious parents with critically ill newborns. Now he’s extending his generous nature further to encourage staff at Community Medical Centers’ neonatal intensive care units.
Dr. Krishna Rajani, neonatologist and medical director of Community Regional Medical Center's Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), was choosen as one of Community Medical Center's Ultimate People for 2012. Dr. Rajani was a leading force in establishing the hospital's NICU and works closely with families who have premature newborns with complex critical needs.Back to Videos
Just two years ago in January, Terry’s House opened its doors to families with critically ill or injured loved ones at Community Regional Medical Center … it has been brimming ever since with guests who have found respite and relief.
Community Medical Foundation’s Ultimate People award goes to individuals or organizations that have gone above and beyond in their commitment and support of Community Medical Centers over the last year.
Thanks to a $100,000 gift from the Fansler Foundation babies in Community Regional Medical Center’s Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) have a little more elbow room to help their healing.
The NICU expanded in 2011 – from 65- to 84-beds – making it one of the largest in California. Work completed on the expanded unit includes updated countertops, painting, flooring and equipment.
For the last few years during the Christmas season, Community Regional Medical Center respiratory therapist Bear Campbell on his day off, dons his Santa suit and rides his motorcycle to Community Regional to deliver special presents to the hospital’s pediatric patients.
For the last few years during the Christmas season, Community Regional Medical Center respiratory therapist Bear Campbell on his day off, dons his Santa suit and rides his motorcycle to Community Regional to deliver special presents to the hospital’s pediatric patients.Back to Videos
Kim Powell cried the day she left Community Regional Medical Center’s antepartum unit for women who are experiencing trouble with their pregnancy. She didn’t want to leave, even though it meant she was going to be delivering her baby and getting off six weeks of bed rest.
Gracee, Ashlee, Emilee and their parents Matthew and Cadee Peters visited Community Regional Medical Center’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) to celebrate a milestone – their fifth birthdays.
The active 5-year-old girls stopped and posed for a photo with Dr. Krishnakumar Rajani, director of the neonatal program at Community Regional Medical Center, who was there when they were born.
Find out how a dedicated neonatal intensive care pharmacist is helping the Valley's tiniest patients get the medication and nutrition they need to be strong babies, before they go home.Back to Videos