Two LGBTQ employee advocates are sharing information on how we are making patient care more accessible, inclusive, and knowledgeable for our LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) patient population.
Are you ready to dust off those pedals and get moving for Bike Month? Here are just a few of the benefits you’ll see!
After a medical emergency, you want to return to your normal life as soon as possible. But because of your injury or illness, it’s time to find a “new normal.” That’s where an Occupational Therapist comes in.
If you're looking for a way to give back - blood donations are always needed. Did you know that a single car accident victim can require as many as 100 pints of blood? Here's what you need to know about the donation process.
Our employees give a lot every day in their jobs – and many of them give even more to our hospitals through gifts. Over the years, employee gifts have made a huge difference in our ability to grow and provide the highest level of care. We want to highlight some of these incredible employees through a monthly Employees Make a Difference feature.
March is Child Life month and Community Medical Centers would like to take a moment to highlight this special team. Our child life specialists explain their role in the medical field and share their stories.
Community Medical Centers really stepped up to the plate to promote reading to Birney Elementary students last Friday. To commemorate the national Read Across America campaign honoring Dr. Seuss, schools throughout the country celebrated a week of silly costumes, activities and fun — all to encourage reading.
Let’s celebrate and learn from the wonderful life of Dr. Joseph Woo who passed away recently at the age of 93. They truly don’t make them like that anymore.
I am fortunate to have known Dr. Woo through my years of work in Community Medical Foundation and saw how much he meant to the people he treated for more than 60 years and to Community, the hospital system he loved and...
Every February we mark the contributions of African Americans during Black History Month. I always paid attention to the contributions of those in healthcare. Their example of persevering spurred me to achieve – and eventually become part of the healthcare team here at Community Medical Centers.
In 2018, I challenge you to make a resolution to give back to your community. This resolution will not only stick, but will bring you and other people happiness.
This month, we celebrated seven years of supporting the families of critically ill or injured patients being treated across the street in one of Community Regional Medical Center’s critical care units.
Man's best friend may also be your best running partner! Read this post for some tips and tools to make running with your furry friend safe and fun for both of you.
Dr. Kenneth D. Bird, M.D., Fresno County Public Health Officer helps debunk some of the biggest flu misconceptions.
We are thrilled to announce the 3 winning tickets for this year’s Vacation Getaway Giveaway - Including a Community Medical Centers Security Employee!
We are overwhelmed by the generosity we’ve witnessed this holiday season. The outpouring support for our organization and other local nonprofits makes us proud to be part of this community. Here are just a few highlights from this holiday season.
Our hospital infection control team and the CDC report that flu season has arrived early – the earliest it’s started in seven years. Find out the symptoms and how to stay healthy this winter.
With so many variations of a lat pull down - how do you know which one is the most effective? Our Fitness Manager Tim Clark breaks down the science behind this popular gym move.
For us, climate change adaptation and mitigation are more than just buzzwords—they represent our commitment to creating a healthier community. Being greener means being more efficient, using resources more prudently, and doing more while using less—all while providing quality patient care.
On #GivingTuesday, donors like you helped us surpass our goal to pay for families to stay at Terry's House this month and beyond.
My son and I participated at the first Surgical Services Open House and had an experience that would come to be invaluable only six months later.
When I found out that Community was offering free Stop the Bleed training courses to all of its employees, I signed up immediately and rallied a few of my colleagues to join as well. Who doesn’t enjoy a little team bonding while learning to save lives?
In keeping with Community’s mission to serve the region’s most vulnerable, we are pleased to announce the launch of our annual children’s book drive, Fill the Stocking with Books. We are collecting new or gently used books for newborns to age 12 from November 20 through December 22, 2017.
On November 17, we celebrate and recognize World Prematurity Day to raise awareness of this serious health crisis and highlight the lifesaving research and treatments that are available for families.
How does warming up before you workout affect your body? Our Fitness Center Manager breaks down how you should warm up for different workouts and all of the benefits you'll notice.
You hear how important it is to get a good night’s sleep all the time. There are many reasons why sleep is important, but what exactly is going on in your body physiologically and how does a lack of sleep affect how fit you are?