Community Regional Medical Center


Medical Mentors

Learn about a Valley program that is making it possible for underprivileged students to reach their dreams of becoming doctors.

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Yes He Will

After a motor vehicle accident took away his ability to walk, talk and eat all on his own, find out how the Leon S. Peters Rehabilitation Center was there to help this determined patient gain his strength back, one movement at a time.

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Building for a Cause

In an instant, your life and that of your family’s can be turned upside down. There is an effort underway to help families – dealing with a loved one’s critical illness – stay close in their time of need. It’s called Terry’s House and two prominent Valley business leaders are leading the way.

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Making the Rounds

Hospitalists are fully trained, board certified physicians but these doctors choose not to have their own medical practices. Instead they treat hospitalized patients coordinating all care from diagnosis and treatment to discharge.

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Second Chance

See how the building of Terry’s House will help lessen the burden on families with loved ones receiving critical care through the eyes of a young Valley man who was given a second chance at life.

 

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Seizing Control

See how a dedicated neurologist is helping epilepsy patients control their seizures, and take control of their lives.

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It's all in the Wrist

Learn how valley doctors are using the wrist to help detect heart disease.

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Growing Future Pharmacists

See how Community Medical Centers is home growing its own pharmacists.

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A Little Dirt Can Hurt

It’s a disease that comes from soil and can enter the lungs through breathing in dust – affecting many in the Valley. Learn how one man contracted Valley Fever, and how a physician at Community Medical Centers has made strides through research and treatment to help.

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Paws for a Cause

Patients need their rest while they are in the hospital, but sometimes they can get bored and depressed while they are healing. We’ll introduce you to two furry and fun volunteers who are bringing joy to patients every day.

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