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Clovis Community HealthQuest is a health education lecture series sponsored by Clovis Community Medical Center. Join us for our next lecture open to the public on Thursday, May 7th at 6pm. This is a FREE informational seminar brought to you by Clovis Community Medical Center.
Happy Doctors Day 2014 from the team at Community Medical Centers.Back to Videos
Time lapse video of construction of the H. Marcus Radin Conference Center on the Clovis Community Medical Center campus.Back to Videos
Hospital chaplains are now being trained in the Central Valley through a collaboration of local hospitals, and faith and education groups seeking to serve the spiritual and emotional needs of patients and their families.
Community Medical Centers provided nearly $152 million in uncompensated services and programs in fiscal year 2012/2013, equivalent to 12% of its total expenses, according to the nonprofit hospital system’s annual community benefits report filed with the State of California.
Community has historically spent more on uncompensated community benefits than all other Fresno-area hospitals combined. And, some years, nearly double the combined total of other area hospitals.
More than $6 million in private gifts made it possible to open a special center on the Clovis Community Medical Center campus.
The Community Medical Center Guild is one of Community Medical Foundation's Ultimate People of 2013.Back to Videos
We offer a wide range of education classes so families expecting newborns are well prepared.
Going “above and beyond,” “talented,” “a heart for customer service” and “untiring volunteer efforts,” are just some words used to describe Community Medical Foundation's Ultimate People 2013. Each year, Community honors several Ultimate People who are committed to supporting the healthcare network, its mission and helping to create a culture of philanthropy.
The most common risk factors for developing breast cancer are being a woman and getting older. However, 5-10% of breast cancers are caused by a gene that can be inherited from your mother or father.