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How many miles of new wires and plumbing will it take to complete Clovis Community Medical Center’s $300 million expansion? Try 237 miles of electrical wiring and 15 miles of new pipes in a monumental project that will nearly triple the hospital’s size and give all patients a private room.
Dr. Uma Rao jokes that not too long ago if you asked a hospital visitor about her specialty they would say a “hospitalist” was the person in charge of hospitality and greeting visitors. But with nearly 20 hospitalists on duty daily at Community Medical Centers’ three hospitals, more and more people know she’s the physician who coordinates care.
The Weight-Loss Surgery Center at Clovis Community offers FREE informational seminars for anyone interested in weight-loss surgery. By attending a seminar, you can learn more about our program, available surgery options and have your questions answered by surgeons who specialize in bariatric (weight-loss) surgery.
It’s a word no one wants to hear, “It’s – cancer.” But in October 2010 that’s exactly what the diagnosis was for 48-year-old Liz Ray, general sales manager for KJewel radio station in Fresno.
When Tracy Jolly went to Clovis Community Medical Center’s emergency department in April 2008, she thought she just had a bad case of the flu. What she didn’t know was a deadly disease – Toxic Shock Syndrome – would leave her fighting for her life over the next few months.
With leading-edge, digital medical imaging technology, a highly-trained staff and partnerships with more than two dozen board-certified radiologists, we’re committed to providing the best screenings and diagnoses possible. Our digital imaging system instantly gives specialists secure access to “films” from anywhere in the world.
At our three major hospitals within the Community Medical Centers family, we offer a full range of surgical care – from cardiac and orthopedic surgery to neurological and cosmetic surgery. Our teams of highly trained doctors, nurses and medical professionals use the latest in surgical technology to increase the speed of patient recovery and reduce pain.