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When it comes to heroes, there’s not a day that goes by you couldn’t walk into any one of Community Medical Centers’ facilities and point one out. And two have been specially recognized by Fresno’s Heroes in HealthCare Awards for their heroic efforts.
Valley moms and babies now benefit from a $150,000 gift from the Fansler Foundation. The funds provide a digital ultrasound system for the Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and electric breast pumps for the mother/baby unit and high risk antepartum unit at Community Regional Medical Center, as well as equipment, and scholarships for enhanced education in the Mother’s Resource Center on the Community Regional campus.
The Health & Education Conference Center on the Clovis Community Medical Center campus is taking shape. The center will help provide health education – part of Community Medical Centers’ mission – and accommodate the educational needs of physicians, employees, patients and families.
Neonatologist Krishnakumar Rajani is known for his big heart, warm smile and words of encouragement to anxious parents with critically ill newborns. Now he’s extending his generous nature further to encourage staff at Community Medical Centers’ neonatal intensive care units.
Kinser Coelho's amazing recovery from a traumatic car accident that sent him to the only Level 1 trauma center from Los Angeles to Sacramento at Community Regional Medical Center.Back to Videos
Clovis Communtiy opened a new tower with all private rooms in 2012. It's part of a $300 million expansion project that's transforming th patient experience in central California.Back to Videos
Dr. Krishna Rajani, neonatologist and medical director of Community Regional Medical Center's Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), was choosen as one of Community Medical Center's Ultimate People for 2012. Dr. Rajani was a leading force in establishing the hospital's NICU and works closely with families who have premature newborns with complex critical needs.Back to Videos
23-year-old Tony Hoffert from Chino Hills was brought to Community Regional Medical Center via helicopter after a car accident on his way to YMCA camp. His parents stayed at Terry’s House while he recovered. Here's his story.
Dr. Joseph Woo Jr. was honored for his time and service to Community Medical Centers at the non-profit’s February Board of Trustees meeting. Mark Borba, chairman of Community’s Board, presented Dr. Woo with a special written history detailing the doctor's knowledge and experience in medicine and his commitment to the overall development of Community’s hospitals and facilities.
Ed Musso exemplifies the spirit of Community Medical Centers' Ultimate People award — he's passionate about the patient care in his work as a Community Regional Medical Center house supervisor. And his philanthropic endeavors mirror his work — giving back to the people he treats.Back to Videos