Gifts Make a Difference

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Friday, July 11, 2014 - 5:07pm

In 1999, Ed and Sara Wilkins and their family spent days living in a conference room at then-University Medical Center, the area’s only Level 1 trauma center at the time. The space was close to Sam’s intensive care room – their son – just 27 and severely injured in a terrible traffic accident.

Miles from their home, the Wilkins wouldn’t leave the hospital in case something happened. Though Sam received the best care possible, after 30 plus days of fighting for his life, he lost his battle.


Gifts Make a Difference

Monday, May 12, 2014 - 1:45pm

The Rotary Club of Fresno toured Community Regional Medical Center on April 21 for this year’s BIZ day – an event designed to give Rotary members a chance to learn about other businesses in our region.


Monday, April 14, 2014 - 4:48pm

He didn’t always dream of being a doctor, but a summer job during college driving an ambulance made up his mind – and after that Dr. Jim Davis knew he was hooked.

Years later, as Community Regional Medical Center’s chief of trauma, and the Steven N. Parks Endowed Chair of Surgery, UCSF, Dr. Davis spends his days and nights along with his colleagues working to save the lives of the most critically injured people who live or travel through the Valley.


Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - 4:59pm

National Doctors’ Day is March 30 – so I’m spending time thanking so many of the physicians who make Community Medical Centers the very best it can be! Join me, won’t you?

Find that physician who you work with side by side in the emergency department or one you assist in our NICU. Don’t forget our pathologists who may not necessarily be face-to-face with patients, but who work tirelessly every day to keep their patients and our community healthy.


Monday, March 24, 2014 - 11:53am

On Saturday we held our second FIVE 4 FIVE donor appreciation event and it was awesome.  It was our opportunity to thank donor-investors who have stepped up when we asked for support for Clovis Community Medical Center – their doing so means the world to us and our patients.


Thursday, March 20, 2014 - 4:02pm

Often times parents share stories about when their children were born, but when an adopted son asked his mom about his birth – she didn’t have a story to tell.

That’s where we stepped in. This mother has four children and one son was adopted at the age of 2 from a foster home. Now 4-years-old, the son is curious about where he was born and what it was like. Hoping to create some memories like she had for her other children, she turned to us for help.