Holiday gift helps Terry's House

Employee News & Views Editor: December 21, 20120 Comments

Terry’s House at Community Regional Medical Center has a few more reasons to be thankful for this season after the Perinatal Medical Group’s Holiday dinner this week where invitees contributed more than $700 to help families in need at the hospitality house.

The group, which includes physicians Krish Rajani, Steve Elliott, Amar Siddique, Anand Rajani and Isabel Escalante, treated Community Regional NICU team members as they celebrated a year of accomplishments and topped off the night with a gift for Terry’s House as well.

Some of the accomplishments listed for the NICU this year include:

  • An expanded stabilization room
  • Implemented a Donor Milk Program
  • Completed helicopter training for NICU transports
  • Expanded number of transports the team is able to serve
  • Had outstanding CPQCC data results
  • Initiated a Central Valley Perinatal Collaborative to address issues with Valley hospitals collectively
  • Added an additional transport isolette with nitric oxide capability…and so much more!


Everyone from Perinatal Medical Group and Community Regional’s NICU team sends best wishes for the holidays. Here are a few photos from the event.


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