Careers / Recruitment

Volunteering

With three acute-care hospitals and numerous other facilities, Community Medical Centers has volunteer openings in many locations.

We have more than 1,000 volunteers including high school students, college interns, business professionals, retirees and others.

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Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital is a small specialty hospital known for its

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Clovis Community Medical Center is in the midst of a $300 million expansion

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Community Regional Medical Center is one of the largest hospitals in California and part of a health care network that’s adding new technology and undergoing exciting expansion projects at all of its facilities.

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Our three acute care hospitals and other facilities provide a world of opportunities for professional growth and personal advancement.

One of our top priorities is helping employees and their families stay healthy and financially secure. We’ve bucked national trends by continually offering more health benefits without dramatically increasing the costs to employees.

42-year nurse Dunford cites technology, pay as biggest changes

As National Nurses Week 2010 comes to a close, it’s fitting to top the celebration with the words of Christine Dunford, one of the most experienced nurses around.

Technology advances wow during Valenzuela’s 35 years in nursing

Today, it’s the leading edge CyberKnife robotic surgery system that keeps California Cancer Center nurse Laura Valenzuela busy. And it’s that type of technology that has changed the health care field so much since Valenzuela began her nursing career 35 years ago.

Longtime emergency nurse Freet anxious for Clovis expansion

Randy Freet’s path to a nursing career wasn’t a typical one – but it appears that path led him to the right place. Freet has spent his entire 32-year nursing career with Community Medical Centers, including 12 years at the former Sierra Community Hospital and 20 at Clovis Community Medical Center.

22-year nurse knows the Community health care system well

Shelley Costanzo was just 15 years old when the drive to become a nurse hit her. She was in high school and signed up for off-campus courses to get certified as a nurse’s aide. She says the most fun was competing against other students on skills such as bed making, giving bed baths and taking vital signs.