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Terry's House celebrates one year of helping families stay close to their loved ones in critical condition at Community Regional Medical Center. Take a look back at how it has helped and the lives it has changed.
Terry’s House, a hospitality home for families whose loved ones are receiving critical care at Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno, was the recipient of an anonymous donation – a nativity. Staff and volunteers set up the nativity in the foyer so that families can enjoy a little bit of Christmas as they go to and from visiting their loved ones in the hospital.
Kim Powell cried the day she left Community Regional Medical Center’s antepartum unit for women who are experiencing trouble with their pregnancy. She didn’t want to leave, even though it meant she was going to be delivering her baby and getting off six weeks of bed rest.
Security officer Denise Weaver-Cantu spent part of her overnight shift baking pumpkin pie and her "gooey" pecan bars for about 30 residents that spent Thanksgiving at Terry's House on the campus at Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno.
Nobody had a better reason to celebrate the opening of Terry's House than Yvonne Frear. She didn't know it, but it would be her home for the next eight months.
Take a tour of Terry's House through the eyes of its first resident Yvonne Frear whose husband was critically-injured patient at Community Regional Medical Center.Back to Videos
Terry's House in Fresno, California allows families of critically ill or injured patients at Community Regional Medical Center to stay close in times of need.Back to Videos
Wells Fargo & Company on July 28 announced a $100,000 grant to Community Medical Centers in support of initiatives at two of its acute hospitals in the Valley - Community Regional Medical Center and Clovis Community Medical Center.
Terry’s House received $25,000 from the UPS Foundation to help families stay close to their loved ones receiving critical care at Community Regional Medical Center.
When it comes to Terry’s House a lot of people are responsible for the successful campaign to build a home to help families of critically ill or injured patients stay close to their loved ones while they’re healing at Community Regional Medical Center. But two “ultimate” people stand out as leaders – Jim Christian and Jeff Kroeker – both successful businessmen with local construction companies who serve as Development Council co-chairs for Terry’s House.