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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
Seeing the new building being built on Fresno and R streets on the way to their weekly doctor’s appointment piqued Jessica Albina and Gilbert Herrera’s interest – but they never dreamed it would become their home away from home when they most needed it.
Our 85-bed, 20,000-square-foot Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) provides top-notch care for infants with complex critical needs, including premature births and a variety of other diagnoses.
When Marci stayed in Community Regional Medical Center’s antepartum (before birth) unit prior to the delivery of her triplets she knew her babies would probably require a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
We know it can feel overwhelming to have your baby in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). However, you can rest assured we will help your baby grow in a nurturing environment that protects and allows for the care needed.
In the NICU, you may meet many different people who will help care for your infant.
In our Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) families are our No. 1 priority. While we can provide the highest levels of sophisticated neonatal care, we know that nothing can replace the love and support of family. That is why we have designed our 84-bed, Level III NICU with families in mind.
Our care environment is calm and welcoming, and we encourage family involvement in important care decisions. We provide care for infants with complex critical care needs, including premature infants and babies with a variety of diagnoses.