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Two women in pink hardhats with eagle eyes, strict safety regulations in hand and a willingness to scale tall scaffolding are saving Community Medical Centers millions. Registered Nurse Peggy McGinnis and Cathie Kirk make surprise inspections, sometimes at night, administer drug tests and scold seasoned construction workers into wearing hard hats and safety glasses at all times on the Clovis Community Medical Center’s expansion job site.
The Clovis Community Hospital Guild supports the Clovis Community Medical Center expansion project with a gift.Back to Videos
Thanks to a $260,000 gift from the Clovis Community Hospital Guild – $250,000 of which will go toward building a fountain as part of the expansion project and $10,000 toward a card-swipe system for the gift shop – the vision at Clovis Community Medical Center is becoming a reality. The expansion of Clovis Community will make it the first full-service hospital in the area with all private rooms.
Security officer Denise Weaver-Cantu spent part of her overnight shift baking pumpkin pie and her "gooey" pecan bars for about 30 residents that spent Thanksgiving at Terry's House on the campus at Community Regional Medical Center in downtown Fresno.
ABC affiliate KFSN 30 reports on the Clovis Community Medical Center expansion, which began in 2008.Back to Videos
Gracee, Ashlee, Emilee and their parents Matthew and Cadee Peters visited Community Regional Medical Center’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) to celebrate a milestone – their fifth birthdays.
The active 5-year-old girls stopped and posed for a photo with Dr. Krishnakumar Rajani, director of the neonatal program at Community Regional Medical Center, who was there when they were born.
The $300 million expansion of Clovis Community Medical Center was the topic at the Economic Development Corporation’s Business Expansion and Retention (BEAR breakfast) in 2010.Back to Videos
The Clovis Community Medical Center expansion began in 2008 with the renovation and expansion of the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center, a new endoscopy center, four new operating rooms and additional room for the only Level 3 (highest level) fertility center between Los Angeles and Sacramento.
Melvin Bell’s life nearly came to an end when he and two friends were in a car accident in Chowchilla. Pulled from the wreckage – with burns over 70% of his body – he was airlifted to Community Regional Medical Center where the Leon S. Peters Burn Center Team worked around the clock to save his life.Back to Videos
Nobody had a better reason to celebrate the opening of Terry's House than Yvonne Frear. She didn't know it, but it would be her home for the next eight months.