Radiation Oncology

Radiation oncology, also known as radiation therapy or radiotherapy, is a highly effective and safe method of destroying cancer cells through targeted radiation treatment.

Our radiation oncology department at California Cancer Center provides leading-edge cancer therapy and compassionate patient care in close collaboration with pathologists, oncologists, surgeons and other cancer specialists. We use the latest devices and procedures to provide patients with the best possible results.


For questions or information about the CyberKnife Center located in the Charles and Ann Matoian Oncology Unit at Community Regional Medical Center, call (559) 447-3591 or click the "Contact Us" button.


Prevention is the frontline for wellness. So, we offer convenient inpatient and outpatient medical imaging and lab services to detect and evaluate potential health conditions. Through routine diagnostic radiological procedures, or X-ray studies, our highly trained medical staff is able to identify disease at early stages.

Community opens sonography training program to help fill void

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.


An active runner finds out if her fatigue and chest pain means open heart surgery.

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Ailing Heart

A man in the prime of his life learns his heart is failing. Can cardiologist Bipin Joshi discover why?

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Studying for the Future

Breast cancer treatment in five days. We look at a procedure being testing at the California Cancer Center in Fresno and how it could improve the future of cancer care.

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A Slice of Life

A new CT scanner is raising the bar on patient care at Clovis Community Medical Center. It’s giving doctors a better look inside the patient and helping them diagnose faster and more efficiently.

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Widening the Way

A new medical procedure, carotid artery stenting, is FDA approved and now available in the Central Valley. For patients who can’t tolerate the standard surgical treatment for a blockage in their carotid artery, this new procedure is an alternative.

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