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Community Regional Medical Center’s 56,000-square-foot emergency department is about the size of a football field. It's one of the largest and busiest in the state of California. The emergency department is housed in the state-of-the-art Table Mountain Rancheria Trauma Center.
The Leon S. Peters Rehabilitation Center, known for its expertise in helping those with spinal injuries and traumatic brain injuries, will be able to add more specialized equipment and technology thanks to the estate of Alice A. Peters, wife of the center’s namesake.
Alice A. Peters, a longtime and generous donor-investor in Community Medical Centers, passed away on Jan. 24 at the age of 97.
Speech pathologist Brenna Hughes performs a video swallow study to reveal specific problems Kevin Tredway has after a stroke.Back to Videos
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.
A technological breakthrough can reduce cancer treatments by nearly tenfold, and it’s right here in the Central Valley.Back to Videos
After a motor vehicle accident took away his ability to walk, talk and eat all on his own, find out how the Leon S. Peters Rehabilitation Center was there to help this determined patient gain his strength back, one movement at a time.Back to Videos
At 25 years old Rob Villa awoke to flames engulfing his home and burning more than 85% of his body. See how this survivor’s determination allowed him to fight back in his ongoing recovery at the Leon S. Peters Burn Center.Back to Videos
Many of us participate in activities that some think are risky, but for many it’s a way of life. Meet one lady with a passion for horses, who believes “If you fall off, just get back on.”Back to Videos
A motorcycle accident left him with a spinal cord injury that headlined local news. Now paralyzed, but thankful to be alive, learn about Chase Workman’s on-going adjustment and acceptance to his new way of life.Back to Videos