Articles

Friday, May 1, 2009 - 11:25am

Bob Putnam left Oahu, Hawaii for a job at Clovis Community Medical Center in 2002 as a registered nurse and house supervisor. Seven years later, he’s established a reputation for being one of the most dependable employees at the hospital.

And now, he’s also been selected as one of the Ultimate People of 2009.


Thursday, April 30, 2009 - 11:34am

As a young man Jeff DiMarco longed for a career with day to day changes and the ability to help others. Every day, he saw his life as a gift and wanted to share it with the people around him. DiMarco decided nursing would be the perfect fit.

He has dedicated his time to finding, creating and providing community resources for Community Medical Centers’ patients and families, while being a self-motivated worker. And for his commitment to Community, DiMarco was selected as one of the Ultimate People of 2009.


Tuesday, April 28, 2009 - 11:37am

Steve Walter, chief financial officer of Community Medical Centers, the largest non-profit health care network in central California, sat down with Michelle Van Valkenburg for a candid interview. Van Valkenburg, director of communications for Community, asked Walter some questions for Valley residents concerned about health care in this current economic recession.
 


Monday, April 20, 2009 - 11:40am

Dr. Gene Kallsen has a long history with Community Medical Centers and holds many titles under his belt. This year, he gets to add “ultimate” to his list of accomplishments. For three decades, Dr. Kallsen has dedicated his work to making Community a significant contributor in the health field and he’s been quietly contributing to Community’s foundational support. For his decades of commitment, he has been named one of Community’s Ultimate People of 2009.


Wednesday, April 15, 2009 - 11:41am

When it comes to mood or anxiety disorders patients can have a difficult time coping with everyday life. Now add pregnancy or a newborn to the mix and the problems for these patients can be more than overwhelming.

That’s where the second annual Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Conference comes in – to help these patients by educating more clinicians to recognize signs and symptoms and expand the knowledge base of health care providers when it comes to these disorders.