Clovis Community Medical Center

A clear breast exam, a big relief

There can be a few anxious moments as a woman waits for that first follow-up mammogram after having breast cancer surgery.  That was true for Theresa Polzien who shared her story with Healthcare Heroes television viewers.

Family gets Christmas miracle in March

When he got sick, Marty Nunes didn’t expect anything more than the flu. When his wife Kimberly decorated the tree, she didn’t expect to celebrate Christmas in March. Their 7-year-old son Matthew didn’t expect a daily visit to the hospital to be part of his after-school routine. And the entire Nunes family didn’t expect to spend almost three months praying for a miracle – but they did.

Ortho surgery gets injured skier back to black diamond runs

It was a cool, crisp morning last January when Katrina Harman skied down the slopes at Sierra Summit near Shaver Lake. At the Double Black Diamond run (expert only), she stopped, whipped out her phone and dialed orthopedic surgeon Peter Simonian at Simonian Sports Medicine Clinic in Fresno. She never expected the man who made possible her return to the Black Diamond to answer her call.


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Knee Surgery

After a debilitating motorcross accident, orthopedic surgeon Peter Simonian helps Philip Sancken walk again.

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First-time parents

Dr. Jeffrey Thomas arrives just in time to deliver a Clovis couple’s first baby.

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Clovis Community CEO begins demolition to make room for expansion

Craig Castro, Clovis Community Medical Center CEO, delivered a message to the crowd before making the first impact to the former administration building.

Valley ag leader gives memorial gift for Clovis expansion

Sayre Miller (left), daughter of Bill McFarlane, and the rest of the Clovis Community Development Council, which works to build and strengthen relationships within the community for continued hospital support.

Clovis bariatrics awarded another mark of excellence

Dr. Edward Felix performs minimally invasive bariatric surgery at Clovis Community Medical Center, which was just awarded another three-year accreditation as a Center of Excellence.


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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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