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Marina Hambly was a continent away from her London home, vacationing with her family at Yosemite National Park, when her husband had a massive stroke. While he recovered in a Fresno hospital, people took extraordinary steps to give Hambly and her 11-month-old daughter a home away from home.
Fresno State’s head football coach Pat Hill announced a fund to honor the memory of his longtime friend and coaching colleague Dan Brown who died of brain cancer. The Dan Brown Legacy Fund supports the Central California Neuroscience Institute at Community Regional Medical Center.
In 1994 my mother had her second stroke. Little did I know at the time that my future, my career and my goals would forever revolve around these events. When I was accepted to medical school I knew neurology was my calling and caring for stroke patients became my life’s work. It took eight years of postgraduate education to achieve this goal, and now I spend every day treating and working with stroke patients.
Dr. Tanya Warwick is passionate about limiting the effects of strokes on her patients – and it only takes one conversation to figure that out.
Dr. Warwick leads a team of specialists at Community Regional Medical Center, which recently earned the Gold Seal of Approval ™ from the Joint Commission for Primary Stroke Centers.
Time lost is brain lost – that’s what the specialists at Community Regional Medical Center’s stroke unit say. But for patient Kevin Tredway, time saved was brain saved, and he let Healthcare Heroes viewers get a glimpse of his recovery process.
Community Regional Medical Center earned the Gold Seal of Approval™ from The Joint Commission for Primary Stroke Centers. Community Regional earned this distinction the day after The Joint Commission conducted an unannounced on-site review.
|The four-story East Medical Plaza opened in December on the downtown Fresno Community Regional Medical Center campus.|
See how a dedicated neurologist is helping epilepsy patients control their seizures, and take control of their lives.Back to Videos
Recently, Community Regional Medical Center’s doctors, nurses and technicians began training on a series of brand new tools designed to help “see” inside the brain and the spine. The equipment is part of a multi-million dollar investment to improve the study of neurosciences.Back to Videos
After working through the challenges of moving the Valley’s only burn and Level 1 trauma center, Community Regional Medical Center has become the area’s premier hospital for the highest level of care. And with only a year under its belt, the future looks bright.Back to Videos