Community Regional Medical Center

Surgeons travel to Community Regional for daVinci robotic training

Seattle surgeon John Tschirhart flew into Fresno to observe Dr. Babak Eghbalieh remove a gall bladder via a tiny incision in the belly button using Community Regional Medical Center’s new dual console da Vinci® Si HD robotic system.


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Ultimate People: Ed Musso

Ed Musso exemplifies the spirit of Community Medical Centers' Ultimate People award — he's passionate about the patient care in his work as a Community Regional Medical Center house supervisor. And his philanthropic endeavors mirror his work — giving back to the people he treats.

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Ten years and more than a million helped

Table Mountain Rancheria’s $10 million gift to Community Regional Medical Center’s trauma center more than a decade ago was more than an investment. It was a promise that has helped serve those in need – more than a million to date – in the hospital’s emergency department. At the time, the gift was the largest in the state and nation ever made to health care by a tribe.

Terry’s House turns two

Just two years ago in January, Terry’s House opened its doors to families with critically ill or injured loved ones at Community Regional Medical Center … it has been brimming ever since with guests who have found respite and relief.


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Tony Hoffert's story

23-year-old Tony from Chino Hills was brought to Community Regional Medical Center via helicopter after a car accident on his way to YMCA camp. His parents stayed at Terry’s House while he recovered. Here's his story.

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Hospital system’s community benefits: $139 million

Community Medical Centers provided nearly $139 million in uncompensated services and programs in fiscal year 2011/2012, equivalent to more than 13% of its total expenses, according to the nonprofit hospital system’s annual community benefits report filed with the State of California.


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Ladder Safety

'Tis the season for hanging holiday decorations, trimming landscaping for winter and changing batteries in your smoke alarms. And that means getting out the ladder. Falls from ladders are some of the major injuries seen in Community Regional Medical Center's Level 1 Trauma Center. Follow these safety tips to safely handle your winter wonderland.
 

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Step up for ladder safety

'Tis the season for hanging holiday decorations, trimming landscaping for winter and changing batteries in your smoke alarms. And that means getting out the ladder. Falls from ladders are some of the major injuries seen in Community Regional Medical Center's Level 1 Trauma Center. Follow these safety tips to safely handle your winter wonderland.


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Pedestrian Safety

A reminder to slow down and pay attention at all times, whether driver or pedestrian. Community Regional Medical Center is home to the region’s only Level 1 Trauma Center and participates in Safe Kids USA – a nationwide network of organizations working to prevent unintentional childhood injury. Members of Safe Kids Central Valley received a grant from Safe Kids USA to bring enhanced crosswalk safety to some Fresno area elementary schools.

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Ultimate People

Community Medical Foundation’s Ultimate People award goes to individuals or organizations that have gone above and beyond in their commitment and support of Community Medical Centers over the last year.