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Seventy-five-year-old Arthur “Mickey” Kaitangian's first concern upon waking from open heart surgery at Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital was whether the fix for his leaky heart valve would require blood thinning medications.
Community Medical Centers is the largest provider of health care services in central California. We operate three acute-care hospitals – Community Regional Medical Center, Clovis Community Medical Center and Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital – along with several long-term care, outpatient and other health care facilities.
A year and a skilled surgical team in a leading-edge hospital close to home can make all the difference.
We are a small specialty hospital in central California known for its luxurious accommodations, excellent patient experience and five-star cardiac, vascular and bariatric surgery services.
Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital, which has won top Patient Experience ratings three years in a row from HealthGrades®, has earned another mark of excellence from another independent agency that surveys patients about their hospital stay. NRC Picker selected the hospital for its 2010 Path to Excellence award for being ranked by patients as being in the top five on pain management.
Vascular surgeon Randall G. Stern says Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital keeps focused on its areas of expertise – cardiac care and surgery – makes sure nurses are well-trained and that the patient experience is top notch. All those things combine to earn the hospital 5-star ratings year after year after year.
Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital features 48 private suites, nine intensive-care rooms, cardiac catheterization labs, advanced technology and a comprehensive medical team. Along with cardiovascular services, Fresno Heart & Surgical also expanded services to include general surgery and minimally invasive bariatric surgery.Back to Videos
Hospital food is often the target of jokes and for good reason. Most patients are on diets that limit fat, sugar and salt – limiting its flavor. Open heart patient Vernious Staton was expecting nothing more than the typical bland hospital fare when she was first admitted to Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital for open heart surgery in 2004. Instead, she was amazed with the quality and tastiness.