A young Fresno woman came close to death after having an asthma attack, but a Central Valley hospital’s new medical team saved her life.
It was a terrifying moment for Brittney Lopez. Two weeks ago the young woman suffered a severe asthma attack and was rushed to the emergency room at Community Regional Medical Center. (ABC30 Action News)
A new report ranks Fresno among the top U.S. cities to be a nurse.
SmartAsset, a personal finance technology company, ranks Fresno No. 5 among the nation’s top cities to find a nursing job.
According to the company’s latest Best Places to Live survey, the number of nursing jobs in the Fresno area has increased by 38.1 percent in the past five years, adding nearly 1,000 new jobs for nursing professionals. (The Business Journal)
The Community Medical Centers’ board of trustees this week authorized architectural design and other pre-construction work for a regional cancer treatment and research center to be located in Clovis — the first of its kind in the San Joaquin Valley.
A new UCSF Fresno clinic at Community Regional Medical Center is prolonging the lives of those affected with cystic fibrosis. The only one of its kind in the central San Joaquin Valley, the clinic currently treats more than 40 patients with the disease. (The Fresno Bee)
Competition between Valley Children’s Hospital and Community Regional Medical Center for the region’s youngest patients is heating up.
Community Regional now has a surgical team that is performing operations on newborns and preemies who previously had to be transferred to Valley Children’s Hospital on the San Joaquin River bluffs in Madera County. (Fresno Bee)
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