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Patients at Community Regional Medical Center felt like they had “two tickets to paradise” when singer, Eddie Money visited the 9th floor neuroscience unit and 6th floor Leon S. Peters Rehabilitation Center at the downtown hospital before his Dec. 2 concert at the Tower Theatre in Fresno. A portion of the proceeds from Money's acoustic "Very Special Christmas Show," benefited the Dan Brown Legacy Fund.
Brian Panish sees himself as a champion for the underdog, as the guy who will help even the playing field for those in need. The southern California attorney took on that role first in the 1970s playing defense on the Fresno State football team, then later fighting in the courtroom for victims of personal injury and product liability cases, and most recently by helping those in the Fresno area afflicted with brain, spine and nerve damage or disease.
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.
Frank Miramontes of Visalia was living with almost unbearable pain because of degenerative discs in his spine. Bone spurs on the discs added to his pain and he felt his quality of life was suffering when he was unable to work or get around.
The pain led him to neurosurgeon Adam Brant, who performed spine surgery that changed Miramontes’ life.
A woman with a deadly tumor in her brain must undergo neurosurgery while she's wide awake.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
For some, intolerable neck or arm pain can mean giving up what they love to do and living in agony. See how Sergeant Paul McKinnen made sure that wasn’t the case for him after injuring his neck in Iraq.Back to Videos
Ground breaking new technology is revolutionizing neurosurgery here in the Valley – giving physicians access to better and more immediate information during surgery.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