Community Regional Medical Center

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Medical Services

Community Medical Centers is the largest provider of health care services in central California. We operate three acute-care hospitals – Community Regional Medical Center, Clovis Community Medical Center and Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital – along with several long-term care, outpatient and other health care facilities.

Remembering Alice A. Peters

Alice A. Peters, a longtime and generous donor-investor in Community Medical Centers, passed away on Jan. 24 at the age of 97.

Community opens sonography training program to help fill void

Community Regional Medical Center has just started a diagnostic medical sonography program to train sonographers  a position that Valley hospitals often have difficulty filling. The only accredited training programs in California are in the Los Angeles area or San Francisco Bay area and few are hospital-based with all classes and clinical experience in the hospital as Community Regional’s will be.

Donors celebrate opening of Terry's House

More than 250 donors celebrated the completion of Terry’s House on Jan. 6, touring what was a labor of love for local building trades people who gave their time and heavily discounted materials.

Man beats odds, emergency stent plugs burst aorta

When Robert Oberg got the news more than a decade ago that he had a bulging aorta that was likely to burst, he decided to take his chances that it wouldn’t.

Community Regional Medical Center

We provide central California residents with the highest level of care available in the region. Our affiliation with University of California San Francisco Medical School – one of the top medical schools in the nation – gives you access to some of the brightest medical specialists in the country. And our ongoing investment in technology offers you leading-edge treatments.

Living without a pulse

Jose Zabalza, a 53-year-old father of three had been prepared to die this year as his heart began to give out and it became increasingly difficult just to walk across his living room. But new technology is giving him a second chance, and letting the Fresno man make tentative plans to camp again with his three children and spouse.