Gifts Make a Difference

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014 - 1:37pm

Like so many families, Michael and Michelle Ward wanted to do something special for their son’s first birthday. Instead of gifts to open and bows to unwrap they asked their family and friends to donate to Community Regional Medical Centers Level III NICU – a service they were so grateful to have when they needed it most.


Gifts Make a Difference

Thursday, April 25, 2013 - 3:52pm

Today was a special day for me. To help celebrate National Volunteer Week, Paulla Sebra, Manager of Clovis’s Volunteer Services, invited me to join her and her volunteer staff at an annual luncheon held in their honor. As Donor Relations for Community Medical Foundation, I knew it would be a good opportunity to get to know some of the newer volunteers and have a chance to thank them for their hours of volunteer services.


Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 11:04am

By Katie Zenovich
Executive Director, Foundation
 

The FIVE 4 FIVE appreciation dinner was an absolutely fantastic experience – from start to finish.


Wednesday, February 13, 2013 - 10:01am

I had the privilege of attending the Clovis Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner meeting on Feb. 11 to see one of our Community board members, Jerry Cook, present the Einar Cook Leadership Award to Craig Castro, CEO of Clovis Community Medical Center.


Thursday, December 20, 2012 - 12:14pm

The spirit of the holidays filled the neuroscience inpatient unit at Community Regional Medical Center as the Encore volunteer group of young professionals paraded the halls with holiday cheer delivering gifts talking with patients and their families. The families and staff were overwhelmed with gratitude for the generosity of this young group.


Wednesday, October 31, 2012 - 1:07pm

Carl and Barbara Ueland were having a nice evening with friends at a dinner at the Fresno Convention Center, and then in an instant everything changed. While they were walking to the car, Barbara had a heart attack. Carl put her in the car and drove quickly to Community Regional Medical Center’s emergency department. Security guard Aaron Clark helped get her inside. Once there, the care team couldn’t find Barbara’s pulse. They called a Code Blue. The team started working on her with paddles.