Up against a Friday deadline to restore neurosurgical trauma coverage or lose its Level 1 trauma center status, Community Regional …
Community Regional Medical Center faces a Friday deadline to fix its lacking neurosurgical trauma coverage or lose its Level 1 trauma status.
Although the Creek Fire is ravaging a significant part of Fresno County, there is some good news: COVID-19 case counts are on the downturn.
The California Supreme Court denied a petition from Reedley-based Immanuel Schools to rollback Newsom’s coronavirus orders on private schools.
Fresno County DA Lisa Smittcamp pushed back hard on the Newsom administration and its coronavirus task force in the Valley.
Fresno’s largest hospital, rated a Level 1 Trauma Care Center, has been without 24-hour trauma coverage for more than a week.
Unable to come to a deal, Community Medical Centers will turn to a group of neurosurgical physicians from Southern California to fill in in.
With COVID-19 case trends headed in the right direction in Fresno County, Dr. Rais Vohra issued a measured call to action.
For starters, despite a lapse in neurosurgical coverage, Community Regional Medical Center’s trauma center is maintaining its Level 1 status.
Update (9/3/20): Central California Emergency Medical Services Director Dan Lynch told The Sun that CRMC still maintains its Level 1 …