Community Partners with Fresno State Football to Band Together to Beat Cancer

Together, we – Community Medical Centers and all the fighters in the Valley, including the Fresno State Bulldogs – are working harder than ever to beat cancer.
 
That’s why Community Medical Centers has partnered with Fresno State football to Band Together to Beat Cancer as the official game sponsor for the Bulldogs’ Oct. 27 meeting with Hawaii at Bulldog Stadium. 

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Headstrong Support Group

Thursday, December 27, 2018 5:00 PM
Community Cancer Institute, 1st floor conference room
An education and support group to help individuals with head and neck cancer, survivors, and their families cope with cancer-related issues. This monthly program is topic-based with featured speakers on cancer and self-care information followed by an open forum format.

Headstrong Support Group

Thursday, December 27, 2018 5:00 PM
Community Cancer Institute, 1st floor conference room
An education and support group to help individuals with head and neck cancer, survivors, and their families cope with cancer-related issues. This monthly program is topic-based with featured speakers on cancer and self-care information followed by an open forum format.
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Stop the Bleed

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 5:30 PM
Community Regional Medical Center, Sequoia East Classroom

We live in a world where accidents or deliberate attacks can turn anyone into an immediate responder. Do you know how to stop uncontrolled bleeding? Learn how to stop excessive bleeding in this class that includes hands-on practice. If properly trained, anyone can save a life.

Email StopTheBleed@CommunityMedical.org or call (559) 459-5133 to register. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Stop the Bleed

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 5:30 PM
Community Regional Medical Center, Sequoia East Classroom

We live in a world where accidents or deliberate attacks can turn anyone into an immediate responder. Do you know how to stop uncontrolled bleeding? Learn how to stop excessive bleeding in this class that includes hands-on practice. If properly trained, anyone can save a life.

Email StopTheBleed@CommunityMedical.org or call (559) 459-5133 to register. Walk-ins are also welcome.

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Stop the Bleed

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 5:30 PM
Community Regional Medical Center, Sequoia East Classroom

We live in a world where accidents or deliberate attacks can turn anyone into an immediate responder. Do you know how to stop uncontrolled bleeding? Learn how to stop excessive bleeding in this class that includes hands-on practice. If properly trained, anyone can save a life.

Email StopTheBleed@CommunityMedical.org or call (559) 459-5133 to register. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Stop the Bleed

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 5:30 PM
Community Regional Medical Center, Sequoia East Classroom

We live in a world where accidents or deliberate attacks can turn anyone into an immediate responder. Do you know how to stop uncontrolled bleeding? Learn how to stop excessive bleeding in this class that includes hands-on practice. If properly trained, anyone can save a life.

Email StopTheBleed@CommunityMedical.org or call (559) 459-5133 to register. Walk-ins are also welcome.

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Stop the Bleed

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 5:30 PM
Community Regional Medical Center, Sequoia East Classroom

We live in a world where accidents or deliberate attacks can turn anyone into an immediate responder. Do you know how to stop uncontrolled bleeding? Learn how to stop excessive bleeding in this class that includes hands-on practice. If properly trained, anyone can save a life.

Email StopTheBleed@CommunityMedical.org or call (559) 459-5133 to register. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Stop the Bleed

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 5:30 PM
Community Regional Medical Center, Sequoia East Classroom

We live in a world where accidents or deliberate attacks can turn anyone into an immediate responder. Do you know how to stop uncontrolled bleeding? Learn how to stop excessive bleeding in this class that includes hands-on practice. If properly trained, anyone can save a life.

Email StopTheBleed@CommunityMedical.org or call (559) 459-5133 to register. Walk-ins are also welcome.

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