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Our tradition of saving lives spans more than a century in central California. We have more than 15,000 square miles to cover for critical care – roughly the size of Connecticut, Rhode Island and New Jersey – and the largest service area in the state.
Community Medical Centers has just published its 2010 Year in Review. In it you’ll find stories of life-changing care, passionate believers making a difference, a top-notch neuroscience center and how, despite the uncertain economy, Community is pressing forward with a massive expansion and improved hospital services to Valley families.
The birth of a new baby is a time of great joy – a life changing event that lasts in our minds and hearts forever. To celebrate the event of each baby born, we provide the opportunity to have their name displayed on the Leon S. & Pete P. Peters Future Generations Baby Honor Wall. It is our way of celebrating the new lives we have helped welcome into the world, while raising important funds for the family birthing center at Clovis Community Medical Center.
Alice A. Peters, a longtime and generous donor-investor in Community Medical Centers, passed away on Jan. 24 at the age of 97.
More than 250 donors celebrated the completion of Terry’s House on Jan. 6, touring what was a labor of love for local building trades people who gave their time and heavily discounted materials.
Clovis Community Medical Center embarked on a masive $300 million expansion and renovation project.Back to Videos
California Heart Medical Associates (CHMA) pledged $100,000 last month to Community Medical Centers, targeting half for the Clovis Community Medical Center expansion and half for cardiovascular services at Community Regional Medical Center.
Patients at Community Regional Medical Center felt like they had “two tickets to paradise” when singer, Eddie Money visited the 9th floor neuroscience unit and 6th floor Leon S. Peters Rehabilitation Center at the downtown hospital before his Dec. 2 concert at the Tower Theatre in Fresno. A portion of the proceeds from Money's acoustic "Very Special Christmas Show," benefited the Dan Brown Legacy Fund.