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Terry's House in Fresno, California allows families of critically ill or injured patients at Community Regional Medical Center to stay close in times of need.Back to Videos
Michael and Anna Tolladay are keeping family tradition alive and well – much like his parents did many years ago when his mother pioneered the formation of Community Medical Foundation and they began giving back to the community. Now, in the spirit of his parents’ legacy the Tolladays are continuing that tradition – this time with a $100,000 gift to the Clovis Community Medical Center’s expansion.
Wells Fargo & Company on July 28 announced a $100,000 grant to Community Medical Centers in support of initiatives at two of its acute hospitals in the Valley - Community Regional Medical Center and Clovis Community Medical Center.
Terry’s House received $25,000 from the UPS Foundation to help families stay close to their loved ones receiving critical care at Community Regional Medical Center.
If you visit Clovis Community Medical Center anytime soon, don’t expect things to look “business as usual.” A multi-year, $300 million expansion is progressing rapidly and will affect key areas of the existing hospital beginning in August.
More than 350 people attended the “Ultimate Party” at Weber BMW in Fresno to celebrate Community Medical Centers’ “Ultimate People” of 2011. The event honored those who distinguished themselves with service to Community and its foundation.
Humble doesn’t begin to describe Hope Donoho. Her colleagues say she’s “professional”, “ethical”, and “simply the best.” Those are just a few reasons why Donoho, executive assistant to Community’s chief executive officer, is being honored as one of Community’s “Ultimate People” for 2011.
When it comes to Terry’s House a lot of people are responsible for the successful campaign to build a home to help families of critically ill or injured patients stay close to their loved ones while they’re healing at Community Regional Medical Center. But two “ultimate” people stand out as leaders – Jim Christian and Jeff Kroeker – both successful businessmen with local construction companies who serve as Development Council co-chairs for Terry’s House.
As soon as Community Medical Centers’ Encore philanthropic group celebrated reaching its goal of $250,000 for the Dan Brown Legacy Fund, they immediately raised the bar to $1 million.