Technology


Pain in my Neck

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.

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Pay it Forward

Taking something personal and turning it into something that will help others. That is exactly what a Valley agriculture leader did. Mark Borba and his company, Borba Farms, rallied others to raise funds for a digital mammogram at Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno.

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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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Just What the Doctor Ordered

Breast MRI Exam Helps Fight Breast Cancer.

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Back in Rhythm

Learn how a Reedley man’s 25-year-old heart ailment was cured through the use of a high frequency ultrasound. Tune in to meet the doctor who is proud to be the first to offer this life changing technology in the Valley.

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Race Against Time

Community Regional Medical Center physicians are using a new tool to fight a deadly infection called sepsis.

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Help in a Heartbeat

Most births do go according to plan, but when they don’t and a baby gets stressed caregivers have to make quick important decisions. Find out how Community Regional is helping mothers and babies alike with the first of its kind technology, new to the United States.

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It is Brain Surgery

Ground breaking new technology is revolutionizing neurosurgery here in the Valley – giving physicians access to better and more immediate information during surgery.

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Back to the Future of Health Care

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. 

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