Clovis Community Medical Center is on the brink of transformation. Today we’re trusted by local families as a convenient, friendly and clinically advanced hospital for a wide range of medical services. We're now in the midst of a massive expansion that will move an already-favorite hospital to an even higher level of care and service. This $300 million expansion project will nearly double the hospital's capacity and make Clovis Community the first full-service hospital in the area with all private rooms. This is projected to be the single biggest job-creation project in Fresno County over the next few years and is among only a handful of major hospital expansions to be launched during this tough economic time.
When tragedy strikes, people from all over the Valley are rushed to Community Regional Medical Center – often leaving their families far from home with no place to stay. Terry’s House offers these families a comfortable place to stay, but we need the support of generous donor-investors to continue our mission of providing a supportive residence for families in their time of need.
The Dan Brown Legacy Fund was established to honor the late Fresno State football defensive coordinator Dan Brown who lost his life to brain cancer. The fund helps bring world-class care, top physicians and leading-edge technology to the Central Valley through the Central California Neuroscience Institute at Community Regional Medical Center. The Lairds’ Gift was established in honor of Brian Laird, who after learning he had Lou Gherig’s Disease (ALS) decided to build a legacy for others with neurological disorders to make the Neuroscience Institute at Community Regional a destination for world-class care and treatment. Brian’s wife Jill, his family and friends, banded together to raise funds to recruit the best specialists, buy the latest technology and provide leading-edge treatment for all Valley residents. Because of both funds, patients like Alan Mendez - a toddler with multiple injuries from a hit-and-run accident – benefit and are alive today because they had immediate access to specialists and advanced neurological technology at Community Regional.