Trauma

Decide To Drive: Arrive Alive!

Community Regional Medical Center is home to the Table Mountain Rancheria Trauma Center – the only Level 1 trauma center between Los Angeles and Sacramento. With May National Trauma Awareness Month, it's a time to educate and raise awareness of distracted driving and its devastating consequences.


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Distracted Driving

Community Regional Medical Center is home to the Table Mountain Rancheria Trauma Center – the only Level 1 trauma center between Los Angeles and Sacramento. With May National Trauma Awareness Month, it's a time to raise awareness of distracted driving and its devastating consequences.

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What's a P.A.?

Physician assistants are a valuable resource when it comes to patient care at Community Medical Centers. However, not many people know what this job entails and what a P.A. does. Here's a little insight into the job and how our P.A.s work to give our patients the best of care.


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What's a P.A.?

Physician assistants are a valuable resource when it comes to patient care at Community Medical Centers. However, not many people know what this job entails and what a P.A. does. Here's a little insight into the job and how our P.A.s work to give our patients the best of care.

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Hughes honored with Outstanding Achievement Award

Brenna Hughes, MA, CCC-SLP from Community Regional Medical Center was awarded the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (CSHA) Outstanding Achievement Award.

Trauma team honored

The trauma team at Community Regional Medical Center was recognized by the California Transplant Donor Network for its contribution to improving and extending lives through organ and tissue donation.


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Emergency Room Pharmacists

Emergency room pharmacists at Community Regional Medical Center make a critical difference in patient care.
 

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Terry's House: Through the eyes of the first guest

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.

Fresno Bee Letter to the Editor: Surreal experience

Sept. 11, 2001, promised to be an exciting day because I was starting production of a series of public service announcements for Community Medical Centers. Commuting via motorcycle, I had no radio to hear the news, so when I arrived at the helicopter pad to film a sunrise shot of an air ambulance landing; I was surprised to learn there was a hitch with the aircraft flying that day.


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Alan's story

After being hit by a car, two-year-old Alan had a severed spine. He endured several surgeries at Community Regional Medical Center. After several months of rehabilitation, physical therapy and support, Alan is back to being a kid again.

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