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Several times a year the Leon S. Peters Burn Center leaders train with other hospitals on how to handle a disaster with multiple victims, so when word came that 14 people had been injured in a gas line explosion in Fresno staff began alerting surgeons, calling in more nurses and looking for extra beds in the hospital.
The 10th annual May Day Safety Fair sponsored by the Kids Safe Coalition of Central California was an education day at Chukchansi Park baseball stadium where first-graders from local schools had the opportunity to receive valuable information on how to be safe. Community's Leon S. Peters Burn Center partnered with PG&E to present how to be safe around power lines.
We value our fellows’ contributions and accordingly provide a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.*
Applications for our Administrative Fellowship are accepted June 1 through October 5. Candidates must either finish their Master’s Degree prior to the start of the fellowship or be entering a required third year fellowship necessary to complete a Master’s Degree. In either case, applicants must be from an accredited healthcare management program, business administration program or related fields of study. There are two available fellowship positions available each year and fellow position offers will be extended on or after November 16.
Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is the flagship hospital of Community Medical Centers – a private, not-for-profit healthcare system based in Fresno, California, and the largest provider of healthcare services and private employer in central California. We operate two other acute-care hospitals in addition to CRMC – Clovis Community Medical Center and Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital – along with several long-term care, outpatient and other health care facilities.
For our organization to be successful, we need strong and talented leadership at every level. Our administrative fellowship program attracts the best and brightest from healthcare leadership programs around the country, helps them develop and prepares them for leadership opportunities.
A special kind of teamwork and visits by clinicians to patients’ homes is helping to keep those with chronic lung problems out of the hospital.
At one time Gordon Carlson’s lung cancer diagnosis would’ve given him an iffy future. But as soon as something abnormal was detected on an x-ray of his lungs he was referred to the Lung Nodule Program at Community Regional. He’s now in remission and back to work as a corporate trainer and enjoying his family and getting outdoors again.
A big surprise for Kristine Robinson, R.N. at Community Regional Medical Center where she cares for the tiniest patients in the NICU. Congratulations for being named "2015 Mother of the Year" by the Fresno County Women’s Chamber of Commerce.Back to Videos
Kassidy Caitlin, an HIV/AIDS advocate and sophomore English major at Fresno Pacific University, was born to a mother with AIDS in the mid-1990s—at a time when HIV/AIDS was making headlines. President Bill Clinton created a Presidential Advisory Council for the disease, gold medal Olympian Greg Louganis disclosed his HIV-positive status and medical breakthroughs in drug therapies reduced the mother-to-infant infection rates by two-thirds. But not for Kassidy.