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A mammogram is a black and white image of your breast that's used to screen for cancerous or pre-cancerous tumors. Regularly scheduled mammograms, along with monthly self breast exams, are one of the best ways to detect the signs of early breast cancer. Breast cancer treated in its early stages means a better chance of recovery.
We offer mammography at Clovis Community and Community Regional medical centers. Both use advanced digital technology for faster and more discerning images.
Marketing students at California State University, Fresno applied concepts learned in the classroom to events they hoped would earn spots in the “Guinness Book of World Records” – and they raised money for Community Regional Medical Center’s neuroscience institute.
Has hip or knee pain forced you to give up things you love? With a nationally recognized reputation for successful minimally invasive surgeries, the Hip and Knee Replacement Program at Community Regional Medical Center is one of the top joint replacement programs in the country, receiving national 5-star ratings for the past three years from HealthGrades®, an independent rating organization.
Community Regional Medical Center’s Stroke Center will help save more stroke patients throughout the Valley as well as give them better outcomes because of expanded outreach to outlying hospitals in the region.
Referring physicians with questions about particular service lines should call:
Community Regional Medical Center
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When Marci stayed in Community Regional Medical Center’s antepartum (before birth) unit prior to the delivery of her triplets she knew her babies would probably require a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
Shaela Warkentin meets a four-legged friend during her recovery from a traumatic car accident.Back to Videos
Giving birth is a lifetime memory, and our caregivers aim to make that memory a precious one. We specialize in providing high-quality care to moms and babies during each stage of labor and delivery. And we have lots of experience – 60% of Fresno County’s babies, more than 11,000 a year, are born at our two birthing facilities.