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Founded in 1974, our Emergency Medicine residency was one of the first programs in the country. It offers a four-year program (PGY 1-4) with eight residents per year, featuring a strong emphasis on clinical teaching and hands-on training.
For more information about the Emergency Medicine Residency Program, please visit the UCSF Fresno site.
Besides drawing patients from all over the region to its Neuroscience Center of Excellence, Community Regional Medical Center is also home to a joint replacement program, stroke program and Level 1 trauma center that have earned top marks in clinical quality from outside agencies.
While most hospitals have emergency departments that are always open, Community Regional Medical Center’s Table Mountain Rancheria Trauma Center is the only Level 1 trauma center in the 15,000 square-mile service area between Sacramento and Los Angeles.
Community Regional Medical Center was notified it has received verification as a Level 1 trauma center by the Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). This achievement recognizes the trauma center's dedication to providing optimal care for injured patients.
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